Col de Turini, is located higher than 1600 meters above the sea level and it represents a mountain canyon, in the southern France in the Alps. The highest point of the Col de Turin is of 1607m high. The road begins with a dazzling series of mountain peaks in the north, and ends at the entrance of the canyon with a mountain river on the left and a steep rock wall on the right. It is also a part of the 32 kilometer stage of Monte Carlo Rally of WRC. This is one of the most interesting roads in the world. This canyon was featured in the first series of Top Gear. The introducer tested the world's roads in order to find the most difficult road for driving. Col de Turini is one of the most "drive" trails in the world, as it has a minimum of straight sections.
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Being a driver it is not the easiest and a risk-free task in the world, not because the handling of a car would be too difficult or that it requires superior abilities. The safety of each driver and each passenger of a car depends, to a great extent, on the traffic partners and the road.
There are places in the world where to drive is a challenge. There are roads so dangerous that the slightest wrong move can kill you. Most of them are suspended at heights and are not bounded by sides, others are dug through the rocks or the ice.
Do you consider yourself an experienced driver? Well, you can say that only after you have tried yourself on the toughest, most amazing and most dangerous roads of the world. This journey can be the biggest fear of your life or just another adventure. Persons interested in increasing their level of adrenaline will enjoy the world's most risky roads.
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