High and extreme mountain dirt track in Borau, a municipality located in the province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain. This track, going through mountain passes over than 2000m above the sea level, starts in the junction with the N-330 road and finishes in the Lopez Huici military shelter, with a total length of 20km.
The Conor Pass, which runs from Dingle on the southern end of the peninsula towards Brandon Bay and Castlegregory in the North, in County Kerry., is the highest mountain pass in Ireland, at an elevation of 410 m above the sea level.
The Bloomfield track is a 33km off-road 4wd track that winds its way through the majestic Daintree Cape Tribulation Rainforests discovering the beautiful Bloomfield Falls and natural waterholes in Australia.
In 2009, the U.S. completed construction of the South Pole Traverse, the world’s southernmost road. Also called the McMurdo-South Pole Highway, this stretch of unpaved road runs more than 1,600 kilometers (995 miles) over the Antarctic ice sheet, from McMurdo Station to the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station.
A wide county road drops rapidly to the Green River on spectacular switchbacks to a pleasant drive along the river’s edge. This road provides access to the western half of the White Rim Trail inside Canyonlands National Park.
The Hole in the Rock Trail is a historic road running west of the Escalante River in southern Utah in the western United States. Running almost 200 miles (320 km) from near Escalante to Bluff, it travels within the borders of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the adjacent Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Bella Coola Road (Highway 20) runs for 282 miles (451 km) from Bella Coola to Williams Lake, linking the Central Coast with the Central Interior as it crosses the Coast Mountains and the Chilcotin Plateau, including Tweedsmuir Provincial Park and Farwell Canyon.
White Mountain Peak is the third highest mountain peak in California (USA) at an elevation of 14,246' (4342m). As 14'ers go, it is probably one of the easier peaks to summit, due mainly to the 7-mile "road" that leads nearly to the summit.
Ice road between Estonia's largest islands, Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. The 17-kilometer track running from Tarkma at the southern tip of Hiiumaa Island to the port of Triigi on the northern coast of Saaremaa Island is open only during daylight hours, in winters, depending on the thickness of the ice.