Alan Taylor, is a manager of a popular website In Focus. He recently spent time sometime on Google Maps in order to find the limits of roads. Inspired by GeoGuessr , Taylor said in an interview that he has always been attracted to the road dead ends. Roads that could go on no more because of geography or international borders.
1. South of New Zealand
After the Milford road there is a part of the National Park Flordland .
2. Kaimu Chain, Hawaii
Eruptions of Kilauea volcano that covered the road in many places.
3. Sund, Norway
A village at the end of road.
4. Sha Tau Kok in Hong Kong
Carrefour, which marks the entrance to border control between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.
5. Sand Island, Midway
6. South Tyrol, Italy
Melago a valley.
7. Cape Agulhas, South Africa.
8. Houston, Texas
Large sculptures of U.S. presidents.
9. Baja California, Mexico
The rocks’ s El Arco de Cabo San Lucas that can be seen between the buildings.
10. New South Wales, Australia
A lighthouse near Byron Bay .
11. Hong Kong
Ocean Park , an amusement park located in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island.
12. Prudhoe Bay in Alaska
13. Whittier, Alaska.
A ruined building abandoned after service during World War II
14. Sao Miguel, Azores
The Blue Lagoon located in a crater of volcano on the island of Sao Miguel .
A straight road that extends into the trees a little further.
16. British Columbia
17. Macau, China
Temple Kun Iam Temple .
18. Svalbard, Norway
The bust of Vladimir Lenin abandoned.
19 . Avenida Beira Mar, Brazil
The most easterly point along Avenida Beira Mar , the Atlantic coast of Brazil.
20. River Mae Sai, Thailand
21. Juneau, Alaska
A view of the Chilkat Range through the Lynn Canal from the capital Juneau.
The volcanic crater Ubehebe in the national park of the Valley of Death.
23. New Zealand
Nordkaphallen , a 4-storey building hidden in the rock.
25. Inuvik, Canada
Beautiful landscapes that instigate us to explore what is beyond. Unless it leads to fall from a cliff! Does it not make you desirous to go and see for yourself what’s beyond these roads?