Top 10 World’s Most Dangerous Roads in the World

A list of top 10 is about the most dangerous roads in this world. The roads have high rates of death and are dangerous as well. The people living in these areas depend on the roads which are used for the daily transportation and you must consider yourself to be lucky in this regard. There are about 1.3 million people who die in accidents every year. The world health organization has declared an action of safety of road. All the deaths are prevented with better driving and some roads take the test of courage and skill of the driver. The bends in hairpin and the sheer mountain roads and drops from the war zones include

10) Sichuan – Tibet Highway, China

Sichuan – Tibet Highway, China

The Highway of Sichuan Tibet is a road with high elevation in between Tibet and Chengdu where the rock avalanches and landslides are the most common and also they are the part of the problem. This road is recorded with about 7, 500 deaths in every year which has about 100, 000 drivers and have reasons to get fear of. Because of the roc slides, poor weather drivers and avalanches must be certain in use of caution.

9) The Stelvio Pass, Italy

The Stelvio Pass, Italy

The Stelvio Pass was placed in Italy at about 9045 feet and it is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps. It is the second highest in Alps which were below the Col de I’Iseran 9088 feet. Some of the roads were looking dangerous than they actually were. Many hairpins were the carter of Helena Bonham and the Stelvio pass looked like a scribble of child over the hills. The climbs of thro rad were about two kilometers up and had a low concrete barrier in the mountain drop and steep. It was good not to look down on it as it had too much speed on the road for about 180 degrees and they could spell disaster.

8) Los Caracoles Pass, Chile

Los Caracoles Pass, Chile

The road passes from mountain Andrea between Argentina and Chile. The road has many slopes which are sharp and steep and the turns are without fences security. The road is covered with snow for almost whole year. This snow with natural landscapes is natural and requires some patience at an extreme. It drives you crazy in the emergency situations. The road is also maintained under certain situations which minimizes the ratio of accidents. Double decker and trucks tourist buses travel on daily basis on the roads.

7) Skippers Canyon Road, New Zealand

skippers-canyon-road-new-zealand

The canyon road skippers are placed in New Zealand which is unbelievable and scary as it is made from the cut of the middle sheer cliff face. This road is wide and it needs special permit for driving. If you get permission then you need to get ready for the slippery challenge and you are wished good luck while running into some direction.

6) The Zoji Pass, India

The Zoji Pass, India

Zoji La is the pass of High Mountain in India and is placed at the Indian National Highway 1D in between the Leh and Srinagar. This pass provides a viral link in between Kashmir and Ladakh. It is running from an elevation of about 3, 528 meters and is also the second highest pass after the Fotu La. It is normally closed during winter. This is a lifeline which keeps the Ladakh people in touch with the whole world.

5) Guoliang Tunnel Road, China

Guoliang Tunnel Road, China

The tunnel of Guoliang is carved with the side and through the mountains in china. It is not easy to see the photo and this road is hallowed out with the mountain side through many other villagers in the town of Guoliang. Without the construction of the mountain, the village passed through the rest of the city by the civilization of the surrounding cliff. It doesn’t seem to have too much traffic in here because of the construction which is inherently dangerous for people.

4) Karakoram Highway, Pakistan

Karakoram Highway, Pakistan

Friendship highway is the name of the highway which was given by the government who were responsible to build it. The Karakorum highway was the paved international road in this whole world. The range of the Khunjerab Pass is 4, 693 meters with an elevation rate. It is prone to the floods and landslides that the matter may become worse. It is unpaved in Pakistan. It attracts tourists and they pass through the spectacular gorges through the old Silk Road.

3) James Dalton Highway, Alaska

James Dalton Highway, Alaska

Dalton Highway is about 667 km away from the Alaska road. It begins at the highway of Elliott and it is placed at north of Fairbanks and it ends at the dead horse which is near the Arctic Ocean. The bay of Prudhoe oil fields I also in there. The appearance of serene is seemed good at the first glance and it is filled with the small flying rocks, potholes and they are carried away with fast winds and the worst from all is the runway through nowhere.

2) Jalalabad – Kabul Road, Afghanistan

Jalalabad – Kabul Road, Afghanistan

Roads are dubbed for the most dangerous one and they are about 65 km from the stretches fo the road from Jalalabad to Kabul. It claims to snake through the territory of Taliban. The threat of insurgency made the highway a dangerous place to live. The combination of winding narrow lanes was climbed about 600 meters from Kabul gorge and the drivers of reckless Afghan tried to overtake the high burdened haulage trucks.

1) North Yungas Road, Bolivia

North Yungas Road, Bolivia

The road of death is in the region of the Bolivia. This is the legendary of extreme anger and the inter-American Department Bank which was christened to see the most dangerous road of the world. The estimate is about 200 to 300 travelers which were killed years back from the road. This road has cross marking of the spot to see the fallen vehicles. The occurrence is regular for trucks and buses which go tumble in the valley. It also passes through each other.