Canada

Top 12 most dangerous highways in Canada

Top 12 most dangerous highways in Canada

Whether it is potholes, traffic congestion, or deteriorated pavement, many of Canada’s highways are in serious need of improvement.

Coquihalla Highway

Coquihalla Highway is one of the worst roads in winters

Coquihalla Highway is an extreme freeway located in southern British Columbia, Canada. It’s part of the Highway 5 and around 200km long. It’s one of the worst roads in all of North America in winters. There were 32 fatal crashes between 2004 and 2013 (according to ICBC). In spring, summer or fall, it's a breeze, but in winter there are at least 400-500 accidents and plenty of fatalities.

Trans-Labrador Highway

Trans-Labrador Highway is one of the world’s most epic and remote road trips

Located in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, the easternmost province of Canada, in the country's Atlantic region, the Trans-Labrador Highway (TLH) is the name of a very scenic drive. Most of the road features a well-packed asphalt/gravel surface. Along the route drivers will experience sharp curves, winding road, narrow bridges and steep grades. Drive with care, caution and control.

Alberta Highway 40

Alberta Highway 40, one of the greatest and wildest drives of Canada

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 40 is the name of a very scenic drive through western Alberta, in Canada. Many segments of the trip include a mix of paved and gravel sections.

Bella Coola Road

A drive to Bella Coola, one of BC's most treacherous roads

Bella Coola Road is the name of a very exciting yet scenic drive located in British Columbia, Canada. The road links the community of Bella Coola and the city of Williams Lake.