Found this list on a website. But it stupidly put the first first. Which is bad presentation. So I reversed it for you…more climatic that way. Ya know?
#5: Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan
#4: Russian Siberian Road to Yakutsk
#3: Most Dangerous Tourist Hiking Trail (China)
#2: Guoliang Tunnel in Taihang mountains (China)
Number 1 is in Bolivia:
Taken from here: linkinn.com/_Top_5_most_dangerou … _the_world
Interesting blog post. Not totally correct, though. Actually, Taroko’s not on the top five. How often do you hear of a “bus plunge” there anyway?
The original top five, from which that blog post was ripped off, are here:
darkroastedblend.com/2006/11 … world.html
Taroko’s just a kind of honorable mention on the next page:
darkroastedblend.com/2006/12 … art-2.html
But there aren’t any statistics.
Yeah, Taroko don’t compare even a bit with any of the others posted.
The Bolivia one is bloody scary though. Geez!!
I’ve seen video footage from a documentary about this subject of the Bolivia mountain road. Pants, shitting in.
"…more climatic that way. Ya know? "
Mordeth, is that a simple spelling mistake or
a better pun?
I’d call the Chungheng pretty mild compared with any of those others.
That Bolivian road is unbelievable. The link says 100-200 people die on it annually, and yet it’s still used.
Man! And I thought the Moki Dugway in Utah was white-knuckle driving: