5 Most Dangerous Roads Around The World

The Stelvio Pass
The Stelvio Pass:The Stelvio Pass was originally built between 1820-1825 by the Austrian Empire. It connects the Valtellina with the upper Adige valley and Merano and covers a climb of 1871 meters (about 1.16 miles).The Stelvio has been the scene of some major military and sporting events that have gone down in Italian history.. The road south from Davos in Switzerland into northern Italy's Stelvio National Park is one such route, boasting a symphony of pleasures for all five senses. Taste and smell the freshness of the alpine air, admire the breath-taking views across the second-highest mountain pass in Europe.The road gets very narrow at some places and is very steep at some points.

Argentina Ruta 40
Argentina's Ruta 40: Argentina's Ruta 40 is one of the longest stretches of highway in the world, connecting 20 national parks with countless passes through the Andes mountain range. The southern part of the route, a largely unpaved road through sparsely populated territory, has become a well-known adventure tourism journey, although it is now planned to pave the whole road.Travelers who think highway is too long then catch the bypass to the touristy southern portion and have a good time exploring the gorgeous upper elevations. To the south the Ruta 40 reaches as high as 16,000 feet above sea level.
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