Christened 'the world's most dangerous road' after a popular Top Gear episode showed presenters grappling with the narrow track, Death Road in Bolivia has now become a popular tourist attraction. You can pay to hire mountain bikes and suits, and whizz down the bumpy single-lane road. Watch out for the huge lorries battling their way up - it's still a two-way road. Oh, and there's a deathly drop on one side of you. Enjoy!

Christened 'the world's most dangerous road' after a popular Top Gear episode showed presenters grappling with the narrow track, Death Road in Bolivia has now become a popular tourist attraction. You can pay to hire mountain bikes and suits, and whizz down the bumpy single-lane road. Watch out for the huge lorries battling their way up - it's still a two-way road. Oh, and there's a deathly drop on one side of you. Enjoy!

The North Yungas Road , also known as The Death Road, is a 61 to 69 km road leading from La Paz to Coroico (Bolivia's capital, to the Amazon region) in the Yungas region of Bolivia. It is legendary for its extreme danger: in 1995 the Inter-American Development Bank christened it as the "world's most dangerous road. " One estimate is that 200-300 travelers were killed yearly along the road .

The North Yungas Road , also known as The Death Road, is a 61 to 69 km road leading from La Paz to Coroico (Bolivia's capital, to the Amazon region) in the Yungas region of Bolivia. It is legendary for its extreme danger: in 1995 the Inter-American Development Bank christened it as the "world's most dangerous road. " One estimate is that 200-300 travelers were killed yearly along the road .

The DEATH Road, Bolvia. 'Don't look down!' The 10 Most Terrifying Roads In The World. Hit the pic to see the ultimate list

The DEATH Road, Bolvia. 'Don't look down!' The 10 Most Terrifying Roads In The World. Hit the pic to see the ultimate list

North Yungas Road, Bolivia -- The fact that the second name of this road is the ‘’Road of Death’’, says enough about its reputation. It is located Bolivia’s region Yungas - About 200 to 300 people die yearly along this road. While traveling, the brave individuals who still dare to pass this experience can see the cross markings on every few meters. They mark the places where other vehicles crushed or fell. The busses and trucks that passing this route regularly tumble to the valley bellow…

North Yungas Road, Bolivia -- The fact that the second name of this road is the ‘’Road of Death’’, says enough about its reputation. It is located Bolivia’s region Yungas - About 200 to 300 people die yearly along this road. While traveling, the brave individuals who still dare to pass this experience can see the cross markings on every few meters. They mark the places where other vehicles crushed or fell. The busses and trucks that passing this route regularly tumble to the valley bellow…

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