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The most adrenaline-pumping roads in the world 1

FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (PAKISTAN) - This is one of the most spectacular and at the same time adrenaline-pumping high mountain roads in the world. It is located in Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan region and is only recommended for those who do not suffer from vertigo.



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LA CARRETERA DE LA MUERTE (BOLIVIA) - Ravines, precipices, mud, impossible overtaking: the road from La Paz to Coroico, in the Las Yungas region, earned the title of 'The World's Most Dangerous Road' in 1995. And it is no coincidence


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SKIPPERS CANYON ROAD (NEW ZEALAND) - the road is so narrow that it is considered one of the scariest roads in the world. Built between 1883 and 1890, it does not allow overtaking. If you run into a car coming the other way, you have to backtrack for perhaps more than 3 km. (1.86 miles) All this, with no barrier to protect you from the precipice.


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GOING TO THE SUN ROAD (MONTANA, UNITED STATES)- It is one of the most scenic roads in the States, the only one through Glacier National Park. The greatest danger is snow: many snowploughs come and go, but the road has no protective guardrails


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COLLE DEL SOMMEILLER (ITALY-FRANCE) - It is located 2,993 metres (9,820 feet) above sea level in the Alps, along the French-Italian border. The road, which is only passable if you drive a 4X4, is particularly dangerous in winter when the road is snow-covered.



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ICE ROAD LAKE (RUSSIA) This is a road on Lake Baikal in Siberia. It is advisable to drive on this road between February and March, when the thickness of the ice exceeds one meter (3.28 feet) and there is no risk of the ice sheet breaking with the weight of the car.


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GORGES DU NAN (FRANCE) - It is a road just over 5 miles long and connects the towns of Malleval-en-Vercors and Cognin-les-Gorges, south of Grenoble. It is one of the roads from which you can admire some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe, however cars run on it with difficulty even in summer because the roadway is very narrow. The road is closed in the winter months because with snow or ice is almost certain to end up off the road.


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ASKJA ROAD (ICELAND) also known as the jeep-piste number F88 to Askja

The jeep-piste number F88 to Askja, nicknamed as Askja Road, is a winding dirt track running towards Askja volcano, a stratovolcano situated in a remote part of the central highlands of north-east Iceland. The road has some challenging sections with several fords and river crossings. Keep in mind it’s a very dangerous drive.
To drive on this road, you have to be driving a 4x4 vehicle. It is strongly advised that people travel together in 2 or more cars. The road is 79.0 km long. It is a rough and challenging road only for a 4 wheel drive vehicle with high clearance. The track is pretty bad, it's not rolling with a lot of big rocks. Expect large potholes, many ruts and large boulders on their surface. On this road ther are fords on the rivers Grafarlandsá and Lindá that need to be crossed. The fords can be difficult or even impassable for small jeeps. Driving in a small passenger car is simply and plainly irresponsible and can be very dangerous. The drive is definitely not advised, because the river crossings are volatile and dangerous. It’s one of the famous F Roads of the country.
The road is surrounded by lunar landscapes, and is pretty bumpy. It’s only open during the summer months, usually between late June and early September
















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