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Top four most thrilling roads ever

Updated on December 9, 2011

This is simply great these are the most dangerous and thrilling roads ever.Anyway its great to know that then too people likes travel through these roads.Must have a brave heart.Here I am introducing four most dangerous roads in the world.

1.Leh-Manali Highway India

The Leh Manali High way iss situated in India and spans over a lenght of 297 miles among the Himalaya mountain range.Leh, is the capital of Ladakh, a part in the northeast of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.Tourists from all over the world as well as a growing number of Indian tourists use this road for scenic impressions of the mountains.the road is one of the most compicated and challenging roads in the world with snow, land slides snd terrain making the journey exceedingly difficult.

Leh-Manali Highway India
Leh-Manali Highway India

2.Stelvio Pass Italy

This is the another road its located in the Eastern Alps in Italy.The mountain road pass is situated at an attitude of around 1.7 miles above sea level.The road is particularly challenging to drive due to the presense of 48 hair pin bends,with the road becoming exceedingly narrow at same points,and some very sheep inclines.with the roads narrow on the northern side and the hairpins ridiculously tight.This is the toughest part and even more toughest with almost zero visiblity to oncoming vehicles.

Stelvio Pass Italy
Stelvio Pass Italy

3.Trollstigen in Norway

The Word Trollstigen means the Troll Ladder.Trollstigen is a road in Rauma,Norway.It is a popular tourist attraction due to its steep hairpin inclines of nine percent and eleven hairpin bends up a mountain side.However once you you are at the top the view just breathtaking.And the road is very narrow and there are only few possibilities where two cars can pass.This is the most notable among the four Road by its pecularities.

Trollstigen in Norway
Trollstigen in Norway

4.The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, LA

The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, is situated in Los Angeles.It is the another most complicated road in the world.It is a stack interchange with layers brigades making a complicated network road allowing smooth flow of traffic though both inter state highways.

The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, LA
The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, LA


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  • Raitu Disong profile image

    Raitu Disong 

    5 years ago

    Wow this really is a thrilling hub lol!

    cool pics!

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    Sunil Kumar Kunnoth 

    5 years ago from Calicut (Kozhikode, South India)

    Wonderful text and pics. Thank you for sharing. I do wish to try some of these marvelous roads once.

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    7 years ago from Ahmedabad, India

    Cool pics nikitha..really nice hub

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    7 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

    Cool hub and amazing roads. Imagine being on the crew that carved out these roads to create human access for the wonders of the world!

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    7 years ago from USA

    Voted Up! and beautiful. Any of the roads above should be included in some type of triathlon in the future. What a run that would be!

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    8 years ago from Helsinki, Finland

    great....would love to drive on these roads in near future

  • nikitha p profile imageAUTHOR

    nikitha p 

    8 years ago from India

    Hi, Angelique Loux , I also liked that highway and thanks for your comment.

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    8 years ago from Mumbai India and often in USA

    Cool Photos nikitha!

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    8 years ago

    What a cool hub idea! We have a few scary mountain roads here in Oregon. The kind where I clutch my seat and use my "imaginary brake" if someone else is driving.

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    8 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

    Interesting roads nikitha p. The Amalfi Corniche,which runs between Naples and Amalfi is fairly hairy to negotiate, but you are compensated with stunning views

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    8 years ago

    Wonderful hub!! Being an Indian, I know how difficult this Leh-Manali highway is!! For the rest, I believe in the wisdom you used in publishing this hub!!

    A hub with a difference .. Kudos!!

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    Angelique Loux 

    8 years ago from Ohio

    The most thrilling road I've been on is Highway 209 in North Carolina.


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