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World's Most Dangerous Roads - Philippines


World's Most Dangerous Roads - Philippines

The headhunters road Kalinga in filipino is aptly named even if the region's heads haven't been rolling for a long time. It said the spirits of the mountains still have a taste for them when it comes to cutting the road.
Christopher and his men face the same struggle against the mountain every day. Their job is to remove the thousands of cubic meters of rocks blocking the road in record time.
Further down the valley lies the town of Bontoc. It is neither Airport nor railway station, so the road is vital for its 15,000 inhabitants. If the Kalinga is blocked, the entire region is paralyzed and even the bone snake charms are powerless.
Bus 532 with 20 years of service is about to leave for one of the most dangerous roads in the Philippines: the Kalinga on the island of Luzon. It relays Bontoc to the regional capital of Tabuk to the north through the Cordillera mountains. A Tough road under construction for nearly a century, but which still resembles a track. It takes almost a day if all goes well to travel.

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In this video we featured the top 5 most dangerous road in the Philippines

1. Commonwealth Avenue,
2. Kennon Road,
3. Sampaloc Road,
4. Halsema Highway,
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The Halsema Highway in Cordillera Philippines // One of the most dangerous road in the world

Halsema Highway (also known as the Benguet–Mountain Province Road, Baguio–Bontoc Road or Mountain Trail) is a national secondary highway in the Philippines.

Situated within the Cordillera Central range in northern Luzon, it stretches from the city limit of Baguio to the municipality of Bontoc.Its highest point is at 7,400 feet (2,300 m) above sea level in the municipality of Atok.

It was officially recognized as the highest altitude highway in the Philippines until 2019 when the 2,428.66 m (7,968.0 ft) high point Kiangan–Tinoc–Buguias Road in Tinoc, Ifugao was recognized as the new holder of the distinction.

The 150-kilometre (93.2 mi) highway covers 95 kilometres (59 mi)of Benguet province and traverses eight of its municipalities (La Trinidad, Tublay, Atok, Bokod, Kabayan, Buguias, Bakun, and Mankayan).

It also covers four Mountain Province towns (Bauko, Sabangan, Bontoc, and Sagada).The road splits into two upon reaching the village of Dantay, in Bontoc. One road leads to downtown Bontoc, while the other leads to the town of Sagada, 29 kilometres (18.0 mi) farther from the junction.

The entire highway forms a component of the National Route 204 (N204) of the Philippine highway network.

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188KM Ride Tacloban to San Ricardo Port // Passing the Most Dangerous road in the Philippines

The saddle road leading to Benit port in San Ricardo town is currently the region’s most dangerous road section.

The highway is tagged as a vital link that connects Eastern Visayas to Mindanao.

DPWH observed that more buses and rolling cargoes use the Benit port in San Ricardo town instead of nearby Liloan port considering the former’s proximity to Surigao.

The route is being serviced by Montenegro Shipping Lines Inc. using a roll-on roll-off vessel, which makes four round trips daily.
Sea travel from San Ricardo to Lipata port in Surigao del Norte takes an hour, way shorter compared to more than three hours of travel time through Liloan port.

San Ricardo is about 40 kilometers away from Liloan town, traversing a paved road.

Although Benit port is closer to Surigao, some motorists prefer to take the Liloan port despite irregular trips, considering the difficulty in maneuvering along the saddle road in Pintuyan town.

The road steep incline and blind curves besides deep cliff make the road section the most dangerous in Eastern Visayas.


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Work on the 22-kilometer Burauen-Albuera road has been completed, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Leyte 2nd Engineering District.

Leyte 2nd District Engineer Carlo G. Veloso announced the opening of the national road to refute criticisms that it is a “ghost” project.

Veloso said the road is six meters wide and runs from the Burauen town proper to Albuera.

The Albuera-Ormoc City section of the road is still under construction and needs more funds for its completion, he said.

The opening of the road cuts travel time from Tacloban City to Ormoc City via Burauen.


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Halsema Highway was considered one of the most dangerous highways in the world and the highest point is about 7,400 ft above sea level!! Landslides, mud slides, and falling rocks are common along this road. Extreme foggy conditions and slippery roads during rainy season complicate the driving, turning the road even more dangerous. But the road has now improved, much more car friendly and the view is phenomenal! Make sure to always be careful in driving guys!

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Zigzag Road in Taal Caldera // One of the most dangerous saddle road in Philippines

The Tagaytay-Talisay Road is a very steep and challenging mountain road located on the Philippine island Luzon.

The road is paved with some concrete parts and runs north-south from the village of Tagaytay to Talisay. It’s 11.7km long with 10 hairpin turns and a few dangerous turns. It’s a difficult road.

High risk of rock slides. Along the way are a few natural viewpoints. The drive offers stunning views of Taal Lake, in the caldera of an active volcano. The drive is pretty steep. Starting from Talisay, at sea level, the elevation gain is 603 meters. The average gradient is 5.15%.


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