Steepest Road in The World

Steepest Road in The World

The road to the top of China’s Everest mountain is the world’s steepest road. The road was created by connecting 45 hairpin turns and is considered to be the most dangerous road in the world. It’s a quick way to the top but watch out for your head.
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There are many amazing roads in the world that people drive on. But, there is one road that many people think of when they mention the steepest road in the world. It is a very dangerous road and it is known as “The Deadman’s curve”.
Blog Post Link: The Deadman’s Curve

In making its way to the Guinness Book of World Records, the switchbacks of the Guri Kav-Lag win the title of “the steepest road in the world” with a 27% grade. That’s a lot steeper than almost any road most of us will ever experience, so seeing it in action is pretty eye-opening.

Have you heard of the Guoliang Tunnel in the Hunan province of China? Also known as the Dragon’s cave and the steepest road in the world, this tunnel is a relatively new road that connects the small village of Guoliang with the outside world. The road is so steep that it even has switchbacks. If you want to see all the beauty of the Guoliang, then you might want to take the road from one of the top car rental companies in Singapore.
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