The Deadliest Roads Across India for Dare Devils

Roads are just as important to a nation as the veins are to a man. Needless to say, India has a large and complex network of roads. Well the roads in the metropolitans and the National Highways are indeed excellent; however there are some roads that are certainly scary. These roads are each driver’s bad dreams and it requires a steady pair of hands and a brain that does not waiver even for the smallest fraction of time.

In any case, all things considered, there are amongst us, thrill seekers souls, who are in quest for such spine chilling experience. For you folks, here’s a rundown of the deadliest roads in the nation to go out on this mid-year.

Khardung La to Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

There is only a handful that has driven on an unpaved road, lined with solidified ice. The road that connects Khardung La to Ladakh is your opportunity to attempt your hand driving on a tricky and slender trail. The good thing is that there are stunning perspectives all around. One could also drive to Leh, which is a high desert town in the Himalayas and the capital of the eponymous region, sufficiently equipped with interesting places to visit in Leh and other allures.


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Rohtang Pass to Manali, Himachal Pradesh

The pass is celebrated for long traffic jams that test your patience as far as possible. Add to that, the nearly 2 kms of mud and dirt caused by the melting of snow, things can get as bad as they can. The road at Rani Nallah will test your driving aptitudes. It has even frightened the administration and made it to build a tunnel 8.8 km as the alternative.

Nathula to Sikkim, India

It is one of the roads built on the highest altitudes with only a handful of vehicles capable of running on them. It is close to the Indo-China border. You will not find any individuals here, but rather you will most likely find the world’s most noteworthy ATM here. Interesting, isn’t it?

Travelers be careful! No medical or service centre is here, so come prepared.

Kinnaur Road to Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Consider the rush and fun of driving under a cliff which seems as though it could drop at any point of time. To aggravate it, there is a 100 feet profound crevasse on the other side. Reach Taranda Dhank and the cliffs will entice you to visit once more. The road is additionally deceptive for falling rocks and avalanche.

Kolli Hills Road, Kolli Hills, Tamil Nadu

Kolli Malai means ‘Mountain of Death’. That’s all anyone needs to know. No place else on the planet you will discover a road that has nonstop bends that are around 70 in number. It takes an immense amount of patience to continue on the road, without getting occupied by the nature’s beauty that is all around you.

Author Bio

Dimpy RoyThis article has been written by Dimpy Roy, she is an travel writer working with an Online Travel Guide and helps travellers to plan their trip across India.

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