“15 Jaw-Dropping Roads Around The World”

As of 2018, there are 102 million miles worth of roads in the world that have been cataloged. While the majority of these roads may be freshly paved and smoothed, there are plenty that veer from the beaten path and require a sturdy vehicle and driver to navigate. Some roads feature hairpin turns, tight corners, and the risk of avalanches and earthquakes, making them extremely challenging to traverse. In today’s video, we explore the top 15 most extreme roads in the world. Kicking off the list is the Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway, known for its perilous yet scenic drive along the sea. Another challenging road is the Kotahuasi Canyon Road near the city of Araquipa, with its unpaved, rocky terrain making it a daunting journey for travelers.


The North Yungas Road in Bolivia, also known as the ‘Road of Death,’ is notoriously dangerous, featuring vertical drops of up to 3,000 feet and more than 200 tight hairpin turns. Moving on to India, the Killar to Pangi Road is a treacherous 70-mile stretch with no guard rails and a rocky overhang that poses a constant threat. Finally, the Skippers Canyon Road in New Zealand, hand-carved by miners over a century ago, remains a narrow, terrifying route with no guard rails to protect drivers from the steep cliffs. Despite its daunting features, adventurous tour buses still navigate this dangerous road, showcasing a thrill-seeking experience for passengers.