Nicknamed “The Devil’s Highway,” Many Have Perished Traveling This Remote Highway In Arizona

Arizona has its fair share of dangerous roads, but none quite compare to El Camino del Diablo. This middle-of-nowhere road in the vast, remote Sonoran Desert dates back at least 1,000 years — and claimed the lives of hundreds, if not thousands, during its heyday.

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Have you ever driven down El Camino del Diablo? If so, tell us all about your experience. Check out our previous article for more dangerous roads: The 7 Most Terrifying Drives You Can Possibly Take In Arizona.

Address: El Camino Del Diablo, Arizona, USA