Jacob’s Ladder is the name of the sharply winding and precipitous ascent in a a steep and narrow zig-zag road in Ben Lomond Ranges, Tasmania. The road climbs up to Ben Lomond Mountain, at an elevation of 1.570m (5,150ft) above the sea level. The road is unsealed and the final climb up Jacob’s Ladder to the plateau is steep. It’s one of the famous hairpinned roads in the world.
Gordon River Road is a very scenic drive in South West Tasmania. It’s asphalted.
This infographic looks at the dangerous highways in Tasmania, and strategies to reduce risks through good road design.
Mount Barrow is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.413m (4,636ft) above the sea level, located just east of Launceston in north east Tasmania. The drive is stunning. It's one of the most scenic drives in the world. Avoid driving in this area if unpaved mountain roads aren't your strong point. Stay away if you're scared of heights.
C132 is a short mountain road located near Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, leading to Dove Lake.
Lake Mackenzie is a high mountain lake at an elevation of 1.114m (3,654ft) above the sea level, located in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania, Australia.
Highland Lakes Road is a pleasant driving experience in the Central highlands of Tasmania. The road is 128km long and includes asphalt and gravel sections, with steep climbs, hairpin bends, and ush forest and panoramic views.
Camden Hill Road, also known as C405, is a long, mostly unsealed north-south route located just east of Launceston in north east Tasmania.
Clarks Road is a very intimidating trail located in the south-east of Tasmania, Australia. Located within the Mount Dromedary Forest Reserve, this dead end road is 3.7 km long.
Kunanyi / Mount Wellington is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.271m (4,170ft) above the sea level, located near the city of Hobart, in the Australian island state of Tasmania.
Tebrakunna Road is a mostly unsealed route through mountainous country in north eastern Tasmania. The road is used by log trucks as an alternative to the Tasman Hwy between Goshen and Herrick.
Located on the northern part of the West Coast of Tasmania, Australia, the Sandy Cape Track is one of Tasmania's most iconic 4WD destinations, with water hazards, rocky ridges, boggy sand and mud sections.