5 Most Dangerous roads of India which prove that road-trip is not always a good-idea!
by Unik Dhandhi, Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Travelling is the food for soul and a path towards self-exploration. But travelling is not always fun as it may also end up in disasters. Well, if you are not afraid of dangers and are capable of handling extreme weather conditions than road-trips are just for you.
Road-trips may prove to be some of the most memorable journeys of your lifetime only if it was safe. Now, you might be wondering when a journey is not safe. Here are some roads in India which proves that road-trip is not always a good-idea:
Khardungla Pass, Ladakh
Known as the world’s highest motor-able road, Khardungla Pass in Ladakh is one of the most dangerous roads in the world. If you are looking for an amazing hill-view and spine-chilling motoring then Khardungla should be on your list.
Kolli Hills Tamil Nadu
Kolli Hills or Kolli Malai is a small hilly region in Tamil Nadu and the road runs through the heart of this scenic beauty. Not only beautiful, the road to Kalli Malai may also prove to be dangerous as well.
Kishtwar Kailash Highway, Jammu
Situated in the heaven on land Jammu, this road will take you on an another-level journey. Where risk is just a part of daily living, the road to Kishtwar Kailash is nothing but a narrow runway for vehicles, running along the mighty Himalayan mountain.
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Known for its scenic beauty, the road to Spiti will bring back all the childhood memories of good-old greenery which is very hard to find nowadays. Not only the road is full of scenic beauty, it is equally dangerous as well.
Killar–Kishtwar Route, Himachal Pradesh
Yet another dangerous road situated at high Himalayan range, Killar-Kishtwar route is a path full of unexpected landslides and accidents. So, one thing is for sure when you are on this road then danger is what you will find besides beauty.
So, which of the above listed roads are you planning to head to, this holiday? Make sure you carry all the essential goods for staying safe throughout the journey. Stay tuned for more travel related updates.