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Col de Turini, Perancis

Melewati Pegunungan Alpen yang berada di selatan perancis dan berada 1.6 km dari permukaan laut. Titik tertinggi Col de Turini adalah 1607 meter.
 

The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrill
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99

 Jalan ini memiliki rute yang sulit, dengan tanjakan dan tikungan tajam. Col de Turini biasa dipakai untuk rally WRC


The Road of Death, Bolivia

 

Yungas, dikenal dengan The Road of Death merupakan jalan paling berbahaya untuk dilalui. Dengan lebar hanya 3,2 meter membentang 56 kilometer dari timur La Paz di kawasan Yungas, Bolivia. Setiap tahun 200-100 orang meninggal di jalan ini. Kurva dan tikungan yang parah ditambah cuaca pegunungan yang ekstrem membuat pengemudi harus ekstra hati-hati. 
  

 

Ketika berpapasan, harus ada salah satu kendaraan yang menepi di area yng sedikit luas. Sepanjang jalan ini tidak dilengkapi dengan pagar di tepi jalan, sehingga bila pengemudi melakukan kesalahan sedikit saja maka kendaraan akan terperosok ke jurang dengan kedalaman -+800 meter.

The road from Jalalabad to Kabul, Afghanistan
 

Jalan yang menghubungkan Kabul dan Jalalabad ini memiliki rute yang berkelok sempit dan menanjak. Kecelakaan seringkali terjadi karena sopir yang tidak berhati hati saat menyalip kendaraan lain.

The Zoji Pass, India

 

 The Zoji Pass merupakan jalan yang menghubungkan Kashmir dan Ladakh.  Terletak di ketinggian 3.528 meter di atas permukaan laut dan melintasi Pegunungan Himalaya Barat. 

Fairy Meadows Road
  

Jalan yang hanya selebar jeep dengan kondisi berkerikil, berlubang, dan licin oleh pasir membuat Fairy Meadows Road menjadi jalan yang berbahaya. Jalan ini terletak ketinggian 26.660 kaki Nanga Parbat , 9th gunung tertinggi di dunia dan kedua di Pakistan setelah K2.

Di daerah tertentu akan didapati jalan yang sempit, curam, tidak beraspal, dan tidak ada pembatas pagar untuk mencagah mobil terperosok ke jurang.

Sumber

North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrill
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrill
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99
The Road of death, Bolivia
The North Yungas Road (also known as the El Camino de la Muerte, Road of Death in Spanish) is a 43 mile road connecting La Paz and Coroico,
35 miles northeast of La Paz in Bolivia.
Famous for its extreme danger, it was christened as the world most dangerous road in 1995 by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The single-lane width, extreme drop offs, and lack of guardrails, only add to the danger lurking behind.
Further, the fog and rain can make visibility poor and the road surface muddy, loosening rocks from the hillsides above.
It is estimated that 200 to 300 travelers are killed per year on this treacherous road.
Although, the old North Yungas Road is much less used by traffic nowadays, an increasing number of adventure bikers travel it for the thrills.
Read more at http://acidcow.com/pics/8078-most-dangerous-roads-in-the-world-35-pics.html#1lwqivcqGfAQo65u.99

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