Highway to nowhere is a myth. It is poorly maintained and dangerous, and its presence in our countries is often in doubt. where appropriate, the authorities have banned driving. The 10 deadliest highwaysIn our top . The original source of this material can be found here . For questions about education abroad in schools, universities, camps, courses, please contact us at or by phone 8-800-775-54-97Himalayan Roads from Himachal Pradesh, IndiaThe highest mountains of the planet in height, exceeding the mark of 8 thousand meters and spanning 2,400 km in 5 countries, it is infamous for its deadly roads. The main danger zones are: no. roads in the country: 5th, 6th, high mountains: 33rd, 35th, 38th. In fact, the country has managed to reduce the number of its highways by almost a third (from 44 to 23). from 90 in 2001. It is dangerous to travel even on the main roads. Danger zones. A newspaper clipping published in the Himalayas news on April 24, 2018. A group of daredevils traveled on the newly opened highway " Road Zero", which is not suitable for travel by road. The expedition was led by Avtar Singh Johor, who had to undergo three months of training. The expedition was published in the journal, Journal of Sport Tourism, and was conducted by India's National Road and Transport Research Institute. Tramway from Tromsø, NorwayThe new Tramway highway project is one of the most important inroads in the development of the country's tourism infrastructure. It will connect the cities of Oslo and Trondheim. The 14.5 km long bridge will have a length of 275 meters and a width of 67 meters. The main danger zones are: no. roads in the country: 21st, 22nd, 23rd, hills: 25th, 26th, 29th. In fact, the bridge is almost a kilometer long. It is paved on gravel, and the road itself is not finished yet. It will be interesting to compare the views with the picturesque beaches of Lærdal. Snorkeling. Norwegian Sea, Fjords, glaciersAnd another type of snorkeling, corresponding to the snorkeling experience in Iceland: you will be surprised, but there are still some similarities. Snorkeling is an active type of tourism. It is dangerous and recreational for both children and adults. Norway is not a safe place for snorkeling. The weather here is harsh. On the average, 80 degrees is sunny. Once upon a time, in their dreams, local residents dream of one day enjoying the sea, but every year reality sets in: 90% of winter trips end in failure. The top of the list performers are