Gaub Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 750m (2,460ft) above the sea level located along the Naukluft Mountains in southern Namibia.
The road to the summit is called C14. It’s an epic drive through the desert. The road is gravel and sand. The climb consists of many sharp turns, going around high drop-offs into the river down below. Therefore this is classified as a dangerous route where many accidents occur. Driving irresponsibly could lead to cars dropping off into the river. The road quality itself is good, but the sharp bends are dangerous and many vehicles cut corners or stop in the road.
Pic: Elery Alvarez Chavarria