Inaitwa National Highway 22, India!

National Highway 22 is one of the world’s deadliest roads. Located in India, the road has dangerous cliffs, poor bridges and tunnels, heavy traffic and very bad conditions. It has a poor maintenance and hazardous driving conditions all through the year.
National Highway 22 is 459 km (285 mi) long. The road starts asphalted in Ambala, a city in Ambala district in the state of Haryana. Suddenly, arriving to Kalka, in the Panchkula district of Haryana, in the foothills of the Himalayas, the road becomes a mountain road with extensive hairpin turns. The conditions at this point are extreme. Heavy traffic, dangerous cliffs, poor bridges and tunnels on a very narrow road poorly surfaced.

Do not travel this pass in severe weather conditions. Avalanches, heavy snowfalls and landslides can occur anytime, being extremely dangerous due to frequent patches of ice. It has a well-deserved reputation for being dangerous because of unpredictable snowstorms and blizzards, and driving under these conditions, can be extremely challenging.
After Kalka, the road winds up to the Himachal Pradesh and ends in Khab, a small village near the India-Tibet border, on the Shipki La Pass. Avalanches, lanslides and heavy snowfalls can sometimes block some sections of the road. It has a poor maintenance and hazardous driving conditions all through the year. The road is still a lifeline for the local people.

Your wheels will be astounded at the wonderful views of the mountains spread out before you! They are terrible for drivers who are prone to vertigo. In many places the road is bordered by a drop of hundreds of meters (many hundreds of feet) unprotected by guardrails.

Hata na dawa… I would never go up that road!

naona shiny-eye wa scrap metal hawajafika huko…informative post
photos via The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images

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[SIZE=5]Kawazu-Nanadaru Loop Bridge[/SIZE]

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I once drove this road in Al Soudah in Saudi Arabia during a freak sandstorm, most scaring moment in my driving history, Actros trucks driven at break neck speeds by Pakistani and Afghanis were overtaking me on the steep decline in near zero visibility conditions.


Sema experience of a lifetime! You must be a pro!

God I would kill just to drive here

Funny thing hapa utapata 3340/50 na retardes haitumiki, let me stick to my desk

Pro wapi, ngotha ilikuwa imejaa maji.

3340 ni mtoto, jamaa wako na 2040, na mimi niko hapo na my ka-tiny Toyota Corolla. I believe guys like those were born to be suicide bombers

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Rode in a convoy on this road in Jalalabad, we called it JBad, it was a really dangerous place to live in, we came under heavy rocket attack from the hills above us. The convoy lost 2 MRAP’s and 4 military personnel.

Some memorable view of the landscape.


I can imagine ile pain unaskiaga meffi Ya 44 ikijidai unajUa kwedesa ngaliiiii

So @mayekeke, I guess it’s safe to say that you have been to hell and back!

Worse, I’ve seen 3 of my colleagues get blown up, it’s not a pretty sight seeing mince meat, blood and bones all over the place.

Da Vinci were uko obsessed na Bara Bara Sana . Can’t fail to notice .I like your optimism though

Allahu akbar.

But I also like momo chronicles, yellow yellow na gmos za @0%_Omera!
Chini kwa chini, lakini!

From That highway 22 video, when some is up there, doesn’t look that bad. It’s very passable