The Col de Turini is a Hairpin Turn Spectacle

Col de Turini

One of the most important stages in the World Rally Championship, the Col de Turini is part of the world-renowned Rallye Monte-Carlo (Monte Carlo Rally) and is paramount to European automotive culture. The 19.26-mile-long track links Lantosque in the commune La Bollène-Vésubie, with Sospel in the commune Moulinet. The 5,272-foot … Read more

All About the Cat and Fiddle Road

Cat and Fiddle Pub

The United Kingdom has its fair share of spectacular but dangerous roads. Road A537, dubbed the Cat and Fiddle Road, links Macclesfield, a 17th-century silk-manufacturing center to Buxton, a spa town, and the highest market town in England. This 7.5-mile road is situated at an elevation of around 1,690 feet … Read more

All About the Transalpina

Transalpina in Snow

Not only is it one of the oldest roads in Romania, but the Transalpina is also the highest one in the country, reaching a maximum altitude of over 7,000 feet. The only way you could describe the Transalpina is as serene. There isn’t much vegetation worth talking about, but the … Read more

All About the Dalton Highway

There are various ways that one could describe the Dalton Highway, an Alaskan haul road constructed in 1974. Some people find almost untouched wilderness, while others raise their eyebrows with inquisitive curiosity. I, for one, consider the James Dalton Highway, Alaska Route 11, a no-ropes attached endurance race, and you’re … Read more

All About the Stelvio Pass

Italy cultivated the rest of the world with their pristine taste, introducing us to Italian food; car brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, and Lancia; batteries, and more. To top off, roads are also a bit of their specialty, seeing how well-positioned Italy is from a geographical point of view. … Read more

All About the Transfăgărășan

Transfagarasan

Among all the impressive objects built in Romania, the Transfăgărășan was constructed when the communist government was in command, led by none other than the dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu. It is an impressive bit of civil engineering, quite acclaimed for how thrilling and downright gorgeous it is. In the late 2000s, … Read more