The 5 Most Dangerous Roads In India


The 5 Most Dangerous Roads In India

There are spots which can’t be come to by means of plane or ship, however can be come to through street. Streets are intended to lead us to our destinations, regardless of whatever the climate condition or geology is. In any case, there are a few streets around the world that are “Expressway to Hell”. They are so irate in nature that they lead its explorers to death bed, rather than their destinations. These streets are demise ways for the most part because of their compelling areas in the mountains and remote landscapes. The rundown underneath positions the Top 10 most risky Roads in India.


Kinnaur is one of the regions in Himachal Pradesh, India. The area is situated in the southwestern part of the state furthermore fringes Tibet on its eastern end. To make it open and connection to rest of the nation, Kinnaur street has been sliced into hard rock’s to make a street.

Kinnaaur Road

Leh Manali Highway

The Leh Manali street is an earth rock street that interfaces Leh in Jammu and Kashmir to Manali in Himachal Pradesh state and traverses over a length of 479 kilometer. Icy mass Melts, broken fixes and water intersections make the street one of the least secure ever expressway. The cold street is encompassed with Rocky Mountains on both sides which make it inclined to overwhelming avalanches.

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The pass is crossed by Srinagar-Leh Highway. The street is exceptionally slender and effortlessly gets sloppy amid downpours and gets to be impassible amid or after Storms. The overwhelming snowfall, brutal winds and incessant avalanches make it one of the most dangerous goes in the Himalayas.

Sheep and goats being herded over the Zojila Pass as a traffic jam idles trucks because of a landslide; Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir State; India.


Rohtang Pass is at a rise of 3,979 meters above ocean level and is situated on the eastern Pir Panjal scope of Himalayas. The way is arranged around 53 kilometers from Manali and is crossed by Leh-Manali Highway. It associates the Kullu valley with the valleys of Lahaul and Spiti.



The pass is at a height of 5,360 meters, arranged in Ladakh, India. The street lies in the best approach to Pangong Lake from Leh and is likewise the passage to Changthang Plateau in Himalayas. It is 134 Kilometer in long and has an entirely cool and chilling atmosphere with less oxygen.