La Carretera de los Yungas was, probably, the most famous road in the world as well as the most dangerous. This gravel dirt track covers a 69-kilometre (43 mi) stretch between La Paz and Coroico, in the Yungas region of Bolivia.
El Angosto de Villa Montes (or Pilcomayo canyon) is one of the deadliest and most dangerous roads in the world. Located in the Tarija Department in south-eastern Bolivia, this balcony road, with a a 450 meter drop on the right side, unprotected by guardrails, is extremely narrow.
Located in western-central South America, Bolivia is equal in size to California and Texas combined. The geography of Bolivia is unique among the nations of South America. With their high altitudes, the mountains bear a striking resemblance to the rugged peaks of Himalaya.
Cerro Uturuncu, (also known as Uturunku or Uturunco) is a stratovolcano in southwestern Bolivia, located in the Potosí Department, Sur Lípez Province, San Pablo de Lípez Municipality. At an elevation of 6.008m (19,711ft) it's one of the highest motorable road passes of the world. The biggest problem is the extremely low oxygen for engine combustion.
Paso Salar de Ollagüe is an international high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.695m (12,122ft) above the sea level, located in the border of Chile and Bolivia.
The Paso Internacional Ciénaga de Paicone-Río Mojón is an international high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.627m (11,889ft) above the sea level, located on the border of Argentina and Bolivia.
Camino al Sol de la Mañana is a dirt track climbing up to Quetena chico, a small town located in Sur Lípez Province. Situated in the far southwestern region of Bolivia, Quetena chico is located at an elevation of 4.191m (13,750ft) above the sea level.
The Sairécabur Receiver Lab Telescope lies at an elevation of 5.525m (18,127ft) above the sea level and is located approximately 38 km (24 mi) northeast of San Pedro de Atacama, and directly south of the Putana Volcano, on the border between Bolivia and Chile, on the Cerro Sairécabur. The surface of the road is gravel and sand and you can get there by 4x4. It's one of the highest mountain roads of the country.
Colquechaca is a small town in Bolivia, at an elevation of 4.167m (13,671ft) above the sea level. It’s one of the highest elevation human habitation in the world.
Chungara–Tambo Quemado is a high mountain pass through the Cordillera Occidental of the Andes along the border between Chile and Bolivia, at an elevation of 4.687m (15,377ft) above the sea level.
Isla Incahuasi is a rocky outcrop of land in the middle of Salar de Uyuni (the world's largest salt flat) at an elevation of 3.656m (11,995ft) above mean sea level. It’s located in the Potosí and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes.
Portezuelo del Cajón is an international high mountain pass on the border between Chile and Bolivia, at an elevation of 4,480m (14,698ft) above the sea level, located on the lower southeast flank of Juriques volcano, in the Andes.
Cerro Chacaltaya is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 5.260m (17,257ft) above the sea level, located in the Cordillera Real of the Bolivian Andes. The road still remains an adrenaline-pumping journey and is definitely not for the faint of lungs, heart, or legs. It's one of the highest mountain roads of the country.
Volcán Ollagüe is a massive andesite stratovolcano in the Andes at an elevation of 5.868m (19,251ft) above the sea level located in northern Chile (Región de Antofagasta) on the border with Bolivia (Departamento de Potosí). It still remains an adrenaline-pumping journey and is definitely not for the faint of lungs, heart, or legs. Words can’t describe the road and pictures don’t do it justice. It’s one of the highest roads of South America.
Paso Colchane-Pisiga is an international high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.695m (12,122ft) above the sea level, located on the Chilean-Bolivian border.
Volcán Acotango is a volcano at an elevation of 6.052m (19,856ft) above the sea level, located in Parque Nacional Sajama, in the border between Bolivia and Chile. There’s a 4x4 mine trail that climbs up at an elevation of 5.509m (18,074ft) above the sea level. The unrideable track continues a bit higher, but it’s not driveable. It's one of the highest mountain roads of the country.
Spectacular high mountain dirt track mix of sand, rocks and rivers, in Potosí Department, Bolivia, with a total length of 63.9 km. This corrugated road links the villages of Tupiza and Quiriza running entirely at an elevation of more than 3.100m above the sea level.