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.
The trail ends at a large meditation center. The edges have been made so soft that cars regularly need pulling from the edge of 15ft drops by tractors. The road isn't wide enough for 2 vehicles to pass. It shouldn’t be attempted by those who don't know how to reverse.
The surface resembles the surface of a rock quarry that puncture tyres regularly. Up to 50 vehicles transverse this quarry surface that is supposed to be a road and is just a bad accident waiting to happen.
Road suggested by: Craig Frost
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