1Death Road – An extremely Dangerous Road

North Yungas Road is known as the “Death Road” for all the right reasons that you can guess.

Driving up or down this 43-mile (69-kilometer) switchback is extremely dangerous because of fog, landslides, waterfalls, and cliffs falling 2,000 feet (610 meters) in each turn.

The road extends far enough to connect the Amazon rainforest to the capital city, surrounded by mountainous terrain.
This means that merchants were not unusual to cram into trucks and buses trying to sell their wood and crops in the area. Click the next ARROW to see the next page!