The world's scariest hairpin roads

Paso de los Libertadores, Chile–Argentina: This mountain pass in the Andes between Chile and Argentina is also called Los Caracoles.

Cetinje-Kotor road, Montenegro: Connecting the cities of Cetinje and Kotor, this precipitous serpentine road numbers 16 hairpins.

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Lacets de Montvernier, France: The Lacets de Montvernier—or Hairpins of Montvernier—snake over the Col du Chaussy.

The Stelvio Pass, Italy: Located in northern Italy bordering Switzerland, the Stelvio Pass reaches an elevation of 2,757 m.

Moldo-Ashuu, Kyrgyzstan: The Moldo-Ashu Pass is one of the most extreme mountain passes of Kyrgyzstan.

Three Level Zigzag road, India: One of the most vertiginous roads in the world, the famed three-level zigzag in Sikkim state in northeastern India.

Aristi–Paingo road, Greece: Looking from above like flowing calligraphy etched in green velvet, the Aristi–Paingo road in Epirus.

Sani Pass, South Africa: Regularly cited as one of the most dangerous roads in the world, the Sani Pass on the South Africa.

The Saint Gotthard Pass, Switzerland: One of Europe's most famous mountain passes is easily negotiated by some equally famous tunnels.

San Boldo Pass, Italy: This small mountain pass in Veneto between the towns of Trichiana and Tovena is nonetheless.

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