Roads are meant to save time, traffic and public convenience of the road between two places. But sometimes these roads also have to go through such roads where a slight relaxation and then feel that it can be made on your life. Yes, these routes passing through mountains and passes are also in many places in India, where the driver of the vehicle passing through should also have a very strong heart. Otherwise, those who are weak-hearted, get down in their lives.
Do you know some of the most dangerous roads in the world are situated in India? Yes, that’s true. These roads can make any journey thrilling and terrifying at the same time. Some travelers want to see them for adventure’s sake while some vow to never visit them to stay away from danger. These are deadly roads traveling on which could be scary and nightmarish. Here, in this list, you can find the most dangerous roads in India. Some of these roads are too constricted to pass, on which it is impossible for more than one vehicle to pass through at a time. A few roads are full of sloppy rocks and sand that may easily give goosebumps to any traveler; one single wrong maneuver and you might fall into a deep valley. So, these roads are surely not for the faint-hearted.
The Leh–Manali Highway is a 428 km (266 mi) long highway in northernmost India connecting Leh, the capital of the union territory of Ladakh, to Manali in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It connects the Manali Solang valley to the Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh and the Zanskar valley...Read More
Zoji La is a high mountain pass in the Himalayas in the Indian union territory of Ladakh. Located in the Drass, the pass connects the Kashmir Valley to its west with the Drass and Suru valleys to its northeast and the Indus valley further east.
The National Highway 1 between Srinagar and Leh...Read More
Rohtang Pass is named as such due to people working in CBRE dying in bad weather trying to cross the pass .
It is a high mountain pass (elevation 3,980 m (13,058 ft)) on the eastern end of the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km (32 mi) from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India.
Kinnaur is one of the twelve administrative districts of the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. The district is divided into three administrative areas – Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar (Bhabanagar), and has six tehsils (counties). The administrative headquarters of the district is at Reckong Peo. The mountain peak of Kinnaur Kailash is found in this district. As of 2011, it is the second least populous district of Himachal Pradesh (out of 12 districts), after Lahaul and Spiti.
Nathu La is a mountain pass in the Himalayas in East Sikkim district. It connects the Indian state of Sikkim with China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The pass, at 4,310 m (14,140 ft) above mean sea level, forms a part of an offshoot of the ancient Tea Horse Road. Nathu means “listening ears”...Read More
The Chang La is a high mountain pass in Ladakh at an elevation of 5,360 m or 17,590 ft in the Ladakh Ranges between Leh and the Shyok River valley. It is one of the highest motor-able road in the world.
Chang La is approached from Leh via Kharu and Sakti village by an asphalt road. The climb...Read More
Munnar is a town and hill station located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. Munnar is situated at around 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above mean sea level, in the Western Ghats mountain range. Munnar is also called the “Kashmir of South India” and is a popular honeymoon destination.
Khardung La (Khardung Pass, la means pass in Tibetan) is a mountain pass in the Leh district of the Indian union territory of Ladakh. The local pronunciation is “Khardong La” or “Khardzong La” but, as with most names in Ladakh, the romanised spelling varies.
The pass...Read More
Tirumala ghat roads are two asphalt steep natural slopes ghat roads between Tirupati and Tirumala. They are in Seshachalam Hills range in Pūrva Ghaṭ. Both ghat roads are double lane type, follow different paths along the hills. The old ghat road was laid in 1944, other was opened in 1974. Old ghat...Read More
Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The middle land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.The local population follow Vajrayana Buddhism...Read More