Here's my take on ridiculously dangerous mountain passes: If you're not Frodo trying to take a ring into Mordor and you are simply a tourist that greatly underestimates the likelihood of a landslide, then you probably should stay home.
This video comes from an unbelievably fearless man named Mick Fowler, who took it upon himself to team up with a few friends and tour a Himalayan road that included a 2,000 foot drop a few feet away from the tour van's likely bald and badly patched front tires.
I can't fault them for laughing about the whole thing, though I'll just chalk that up to the altitude screwing with their oxygen supply.
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