El espinazo del diablo or The devils backbone is the mountain pass in Durango, Mexico, It's about 5 hours long road, and it was the only road from Durango to Mazatlan Sinaloa for a long time.
With the lack of shoulders, guard rails and deficient road signs, Highway 1, the road from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas is extremely dangerous indeed.
Cuernavaca-Acapulco Highway or Highway 95D, better known as Autopista del Sol (“Highway of the sun”), is a toll road, along the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway, connecting the city of Mexico to the port of Acapulco, Guerrero, heading north-south.
You just need to google Autopista México-Puebla to understand why we’ve classified this highway as a dangerous road. Most of the pics are about crashes, blood and dead people. This highway links Ciudad de México and Puebla, is called Carretera Federal 150 de cuota, and it’s one of the most important of the state.
Batopilas is a small town, and seat of the surrounding municipality of the same name, in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, located along the Batopilas River at the bottom of one of the canyons that make up the Copper Canyon. It has a population of fewer than 2,000 people.
The Inter-American Highway (IAH) is the Central American section of the Pan-American Highway and spans 3,400 miles (5,470 km) between Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and Panama City, Panama.
High mountain metal road in Parque Nacional Nevado de Toluca, México, which leads to the crater of the long-extinct volcano Nevado de Toluca (also known as Xinantécatl). It is possible to get almost to the large central crater by car and it is absolutely worth the visit.
The curvy and hairpinned mountainous road up to Sierra Negra (also called Cerro La Negra) is claimed to be the highest road in North America. This Mexican dirt track climbs up to 4,640 m (15,220 ft) above the sea level. At the top of the climb you will find the biggest Millimetric RadioTelescope in the world.
Continued concerns regarding criminal activity on highways along the Mexican border (which includes placement of illegal checkpoints and the murder of persons who did not stop and/or surrender their vehicles) have prompted the U.S. Mission in Mexico to impose certain restrictions on U.S. government employees transiting the area.
Carretera de la Sierra de San Francisco is an unsealed road with a length of 37.3 km in the the northern region of Baja California Sur state, in Mexico.
Jacala-Tasquillo road is part of the Mexico's Federal Highway 85 (Carretera Federal 85) with a length of 89km. It’s a curvy mountainous road which rarely permits speeds over 50km/h.
Bajada a Zirupa is a gravel mountain road, with a length of 29.5km in the mountains of the northwestern Mexican state of Chihuahua. The road starts in the town of Madera, at an elevation of 2200m above the sea level, and ends in Zirupa, a small town at 1492m above the sea level.
Ruta 18 is a dirt track with a length of 217 km, located along the eastern shore of the Baja California Peninsula in the state of Baja California, Mexico. This infamous road is tightly hairpinned and bumped, an exquisite winding mountain drive with sharp and blind curves and hairpin switchbacks leading the traveler over the mountains. The road includes some steep sections, without market central lines, is very narrow, barely wide enough for 2 cars at the same time and it has not protections or guardrails. The surface of the road is gravel and sand.