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Half Dome in California, USA: According to yosemitehikes.com, more than 60 people were killed and over 10 years at least 5 people died here.
Kalalau Trail, Hawaii, USA: This road is a 17.6km long stretch of steep cliffs, with very difficult sections that visitors have to cross. To reach Hawaii by this road visitor will have to downhill continuously, then cross a forest.
Mount Washington, New Hampshire, USA: Mountain winds are more than 370 km / h, can blow away people. The temperature here is also very cold. It is known that 139 people died, mainly due to hypothermia, when walking on this mountain.
Devil's Path, New York, USA: Known as the Devil's Path, it is about 40km long, connecting six major peaks.
Huayna Picchu Trail, Peru: This place is known as the "death ladder" because it is just rugged rock slabs that only fit two feet. This is also a great place to admire the ancient city of Machu Picchu.
Via Ferrata, Italy and Austria: Built by the military from World War I, this road needed more metal sticks to cliff to avoid accidents.
Angel Bright Trail, Grand Canyon, Arizona: The hottest months are also the most dangerous time to go through this trail. Many people died of dehydration despite of carrying water with them.
Striding Edge, Cumbria, England: Striding Edge is one of the hardest walkways in England. The main cause is that the weather conditions make the road extremely slippery.
Kjeragbolten, Mount Kjerag, Norway: Not too difficult to climb Mount Kjerag, but standing on a rock connecting two cliffs in the mountains and up to 300 meters above the ground is not pleasant. Advice for visitors is never to look down when standing at this location.
Drakensberg Traverse, South Africa: There are reports that there have been many deaths when going through this road. The path is dangerous from the beginning, where climbers have to climb two difficult stairs to a narrow mountain slope and walk on a boulder path.
The Maze, Utah, USA: The Maze is located in Canyonlands National Park in Utah. It is considered to be the world's most intimidating walkway. If you have difficulty walking through this path, you must walk for 3 days to get help.
El Caminito del Rey, Spain: A narrow road about 30 meters from the ground was built 10 years ago. Over time, El Caminito del Rey began to suffer much damage and became very dangerous. After the death of four adventurers in 2012, the road was closed for many years. After that, the road was repaired and limited to 600 visitors per day.
Hua Shan Mountain, China: It is said that about 100 people died when they crossed the path made from the wooden planks, hundreds of meters above the ground.
Angel's Landing, Utah, USA: A road that is not for the faint-heart because it is too narrow. Actually, the last steps of the road are just enough for one person at a height of more than 300 meters.
By: Stephan Swift