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10 most dangerous roads in India

most dangerous roads in India

10 most dangerous roads in India

India is a place full of surprises. It is a country with natural diversity varying from mountains in the North East to the desert in the West, wetlands of Sunderbans in the East, and finally, rivers and lakes spread throughout the country. It has an extremely rich cultural heritage. It is the birthplace of Subhash Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhi, Maharana Pratap, Rani Lakshmi Bai and many other famous personalities. It is an excellent tourist spot and attracts hundreds of tourists every year from different countries. Tourists often want to engage themselves in adventurous sports as the country gives them the scope to do so. Well, just like every rose plant has thorns in them, these adventurous routes are filled with danger. You have to be a real daredevil in order to involve yourself in such risks. Some of the most dangerous roads in India are discussed below:

Zoji La

Zoji La

Fantasized by its scenic beauty, one may imagine himself/herself driving over this mountainous road. It is one of the most difficult mountain roads to cross. It has an altitude of 11000 feet and is one of the highest roadways. It falls in the way from Srinagar to Leh. It often faces the muddy road, snow storms and landslides which makes it all the more dangerous.

Kinnaur Road

Kinnaur Road

It is an extremely narrow and rocky pathway located in the southwestern part of Himachal Pradesh. The pathway is actually carved out of a rock. What makes the road scary are the sharp blind turns and minimum space between two cars to cross each other. Accidents are often reported in these regions.

Khardung La

Khardung La

This roadway is being used by tourists every year and therefore one may intend to cut off its name from among the most dangerous list. This place has an altitude of 18380 feet and is the world’s highest motorable roadway. But with such height comes the danger of altitude, lack of oxygen, and extremely cold weather.

Leh-Manali Highway

Leh-Manali Highway

The visual beauty is at its best-making everyone awestruck. But the 479 km long roadway is one of the difficult routes to cross. It is surrounded by lofty mountain ranges and is covered with snow almost throughout the year. This makes it one of the trickiest roadways to cross.

Nathu La

Nathu La

The Nathu La pass is situated at an altitude of 14000 feet on the way to Gangtok. The heavy snow covered areas make it difficult for tourists to pass. Landslides occur during the monsoon.

Neral-Matheran road

Neral-Matheran road

The typical snake-shaped roadway is a difficult path to cross. This roadway is slippery therefore it is safer to hire a taxi rather than driving on your own.

Chang La

Chang La

Forget about the tourists, even the drivers feel uncomfortable while crossing this roadway. Chang la is covered with snow, therefore, it is difficult to pass through it. The roadway is guarded by army due to its closeness to the Chinese border.

Chang La

Chang La

Forget about the tourists, even the drivers feel uncomfortable while crossing this roadway. Chang la is covered with snow, therefore, it is difficult to pass through it. The roadway is guarded by army due to its closeness to the Chinese border.

Munnar road

Munnar road

This roadway is absolutely smooth and this might be the reason for some major accidents. The drivers carelessly drive on the roadway and this leads to frequent accidents.

Khardung La Pass

Khardung La Pass

The roadway is under close inspection by the army due to its location and awful weather conditions. It remains closed from October to May due to bad weather.

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