1. California State Route , California, United States
140km long, this road passes near the mountains of Big Sur and offers stunning views of the Pacific coast.
2. Millau Viaduct (France)
It reaches a length of 2400m breccia, a high-343m in height and supports winds over 200km / h. Close the window, it’s up.
3. Transfagarasan Highway, Romania
Route Transfăgăran (official name DN7C – Drumul Naţional 7C) is a road in Romania about 100 km long, crossing the Carpathians between Curtea de Argeş south and Transylvania (near Fagaras) north. This is one of the highest roads and the highest paved road in Romania (just under 2000 m). It crosses the Fagaras Mountains, hence its name.
4. Grossglockner Road, Austria
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road (or Grossglockner–Hochalpenstraße) is the route with the highest road pass in the Austrian Alps (2505 m) marks the boundary of the provinces of Carinthia and Salzburg. From the south, it rises steadily slope from Heiligenblut to cervical Hochtor to back down Bruck, always gentle slope. Along the way many car parks are equipped to allow tourists to stop and admire the scenery.
5. Ruta 40 highway, Argentina
National Highway 40 is a major road that crosses Argentina from north to south, from La Quiaca on the Bolivian border in the province of Jujuy to Cape Virgenes in the extreme south of Patagonia. This is the longest road in the country. It runs parallel to the Andes in connecting the most important national parks and crosses several tourist areas and the main attractions of the area. Currently this mythical journey was promoted as national tourist product. The route begins in Patagonia at sea level and extends approximately 5000 km, through 20 national parks, 18 major rivers, connecting 27 Andean mountain passes. It rises to 4895 meters at the neck Abra del Acay (es) in the province of Salta.
6. Atlantic Road, Norway
The route of the Atlantic is a national section of Route 64 (RV 64) located in the northern part of the coastal area of Hustadvika (Norway). The road connects the municipalities of Eide and Averøy located in Møre og Romsdal. The total length of the section of 8.274 km.
7. Chapman’s Peak Road, Cape Town, South Africa
8. Karakoram Highway (Chine/Pakistan)
Karakorum Highway is a strategic road built by the Pakistani and Chinese armies from 1966 to 1978 across the Karakoram mountain range (or Karakorum). It connects China to Pakistan, crossing mountain passes up to 4,693 meters in the Khunjerab Pass.
It connects the Chinese Turkestan (Xinjiang) in northern Pakistan and beyond, the Pakistani port of Gwadar to remote areas of western China. It is also a major tourist attraction since it opened to the public in 1986.
9. Tianmen Mountain Road, China
Located within Tianmen Mountain National Park, in Hunan Province. This 11 km (6.8 mi) road takes you to the top of the Tianmen mountain and to Tianmen cave.
10. Road Combe Laval, France
Altitude 253 m to 1146 m. Tourism corniche road carved into the rock of St-Jean-en-Royans the Col de la Machine. Belvedere Col de la Machine, 1011 m above sea level, you overlook the Orthodox Monastery, magnificent view.