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Yungas Home of the Yungas Road — El Camino de Muerte, the World's Most Dangerous Road, leading through dramatic high altitude cliffside jungle terrain in the Yungas region from La Paz to Coroico

The Yungas Trail, otherwise known as the "Death Road" in #Bolivia #dangerous #adventure #cliff http://sorryimnotsorryblog.com/that-one-time-i-was-rescued-off-a-mountain-face-by-bolivian-swat/

The Yungas Trail, otherwise known as the "Death Road" in #Bolivia #dangerous #adventure #cliff http://sorryimnotsorryblog.com/that-one-time-i-was-rescued-off-a-mountain-face-by-bolivian-swat/

Bolivia's Yungas Road has been dubbed the most dangerous road in the world. See a photo of it (like the one above) and you're immediately hit with a feeling of impending doom. So imagine approaching the dirt road, twisting and turning at an altitude over 15,000 feet, from behind the wheel. Fortunately, travelers don't have to -- in 2009, construction of an alternative road was completed. Today, those traveling along Yungas Road are exclusively thrill-seekers. But what about those scary…

6 Roads Around the World That Are More Dangerous Than You Think

Sometimes travelers have to face roads that lack alternatives, snake across rural towns to remote destinations, undergo unpredictable weather conditions, or even have high murder rates in the wooded areas they cut through.

Biking down the North Yungas Road, better known as "El Camino de la Muerte" (Death Road)". Descending 3,400m (11,000 ft) from a high mountain pass near La Paz to the tropical lowlands of Coroico. Multiple companies operating the bike rental and the transport from/to La Paz, Bolivia.

Biking down the North Yungas Road, better known as "El Camino de la Muerte" (Death Road)". Descending 3,400m (11,000 ft) from a high mountain pass near La Paz to the tropical lowlands of Coroico. Multiple companies operating the bike rental and the transport from/to La Paz, Bolivia.

Here's an infographic on 10 places to visit before they're gone. Each of these sites is threatened due to human impact on the environment.

10 Places To Visit Before They Vanish Off The Earth [Infographic]

Funny pictures about 10 places to see before they're gone. Oh, and cool pics about 10 places to see before they're gone. Also, 10 places to see before they're gone.

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Most Dangerous Roads: Yungas Road (Bolivia’s Road of Death)

NO FEAR; but I'd be so scared. Props to this rider

Bicycle roller coaster ramp, hold my beer while i ride BAHAHAHA

En sus 56 kilómetros de recorrido, la llamada carretera de la muerte, que une La Paz con la región boliviana de los Yungas, bordea acantilados de 800 metros de caída.

En sus 56 kilómetros de recorrido, la llamada carretera de la muerte, que une La Paz con la región boliviana de los Yungas, bordea acantilados de 800 metros de caída.

LAGUNA VERDE Natural Wonders: Photos of Surprisingly Colorful Lakes, Mountains, and More - Condé Nast Traveler

Natural Wonders: Photos of Surprisingly Colorful Lakes, Mountains, and More

We can't stop staring at these photos of unbelievably colorful natural phenomena—think a pink lake, glow-in-the-dark algae, and New Mexico's otherworldly white sands.

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