BR-116 Highway links Fortaleza, in the Ceará State and Jaguarão, in Rio Grande do Sul State, near the border of Uruguay. The road has been renamed by locals as ‘Rodovia da Morte’ (Highway of Death); and with the common fatalities and injuries along the cliff side road, it’s an apt name.
The Rodovia Transamazônica runs from the city of Joao Pessoa (in the Brazilian coast) to the village of Lábrea, in the depths of the huge state of Amazonas, over four thousand kilometers of asphalt, mud and jungle.
SC-439 is the road that crosses the Serra do Corvo Blanco (Road of the White Crow Mountains), in Brazil. This road climbs 1,470m in 5 kilometers long, of hairpin turns, steep descents and breathtaking cliffs, and with an unforgettable panoramic view.
Serra do Rio do Rastro is a mountain range located in Lauro Müller, in the southeast of the state of Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil. It is crossed by the road SC-438, with remarkable landscapes and deep crags.
The historic Graciosa Road (PR-410) crosses the most preserved stretch of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil and is widely used by people who enjoy the leisure facilities located in six spots distributed along its path.
The BR-101, also called Translitorânea, is a longitudinal highway of Brazil and is officially named Rodovia Governador Mário Covas. Its northern terminus is located in the city of Touros and its southern terminus is located in São José do Norte.
Morro da Igreja is a peak situated in southern Brazil, in the southeastern state of Santa Catarina, in the Serra Geral, in the municipality of Urubici.
BR-319 is a Brazilian highway with a total length of 857 km, linking the cities of Manaus and Porto Velho on the Região Norte do Brasil. The road, impassable during rainy days because the mud, crosses the States of Amazonas and Rondônia.
The highway BA-263, that links the cities of Vitória da Conquista and Ilhéus, crosses the Serra do Marçal.
BR-163 is a highway in Brazil, going from Cuiabá, the capital city of Mato Grosso state, to Santarém in the state of Pará. It runs through 1,732km in the heart of the Amazon Basin. Most parts of the road are muddyand impassable in the wet season. Lorries can get stuck for up to 10 days. As part of the Avança Brasil project, it has been proposed to pave the road in its entirety.
Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro (official designation SP-123) is a single-lane highway in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
With a total lenght of 19km, RJ 198 is a extreme dirt track road in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil, that becomes totally impassable during wet days.
RJ206 is an extreme mountain dirt track, with a total length of 34 km, between the municipalities of São Fidélis and the junction of RJ 198 road in São João do Paraíso.
RJ-228 is a Brazilian road in Rio de Janeiro state, with a total length of 40km, which links the districts of Conselheiro Josino and Santa Maria de Campos.
RJ154 (officially called Estrada Manoel Fernandes Pereira) is an extreme mountain dirt track, with a total length of 32 km, starting in Sumidouro, Brazil. The road finishes in the junction with the road 393 (Rodovia Lúcio Meira), in the municipality of Sapucaia.
RJ-204 is a Brazilian road, with a total length of 62km which starts asphalted, changes to gravel and finishes as a dirt track. The road starts in the city of São Fidélis and finishes in the junction with RJ-224, near Barra de Itabapoana, a town in the municipality of São Francisco de Itabapoana, in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro.