The most dangerous tourist attractions in the world

Death Valley, USA - Death Valley in California lures visitors in with its surreal landscape of sand dunes, rock-salt spires, and salt flats.

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Villarrica, Chile - A popular location for adventure hikers, Villarrica is one of South America’s most active volcanoes.

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Mount Everest, Nepal - At over 29,000 feet (8,850 m), Mount Everest attracts around 1,200 climbers each year.

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Anak Krakatau, Indonesia - A volcanic island, it had one of the deadliest eruptions in history when in 1883 around 36,000 people were killed. 

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Mont Blanc, France and Italy - The highest mountain in Europe, Mont Blanc reaches around 15,780 feet (over 4,800 m).

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Colorado River, USA - Passing through five states, the 1,450-mile-long (over 2,330 km) Colorado River is a popular swimming spot for vacationers. 

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Fagradalsfjall, Iceland - Set in an isolated point of the Reykjanes Peninsula, this active volcano has a 1,640-foot-long (500 m) opening. 

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Trolltunga, Norway - At around 3,600 feet (nearly 1,100 m) above sea level, there have sadly been reports of hikers falling to their deaths.

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North Yungas Road, Bolivia - One of the world's most dangerous roads, North Yungas Road has become a thrilling ride for mountain bikers.

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Boiling Lake, Dominica - One of the most scenic countries in the Caribbean, Dominica is also home to the intriguing, and potentially lethal, Boiling Lake. 

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Canadian Rockies, Canada - From avalanches and rockfalls to encounters with mountain lions, the Canadian Rockies are filled with danger. 

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Annapurna I, Nepal - The 10th-highest mountain on the planet, the Annapurna I is notoriously difficult to climb. Ranked as the world's most deadly peak for climbers.

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Blue Hole, Egypt - Located north of Dahab in Egypt’s Red Sea, the Blue Hole is a popular dive site for daredevils.

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Trift Bridge, Switzerland - At 300 feet high and 560 feet long, the Trift Bridge in the Swiss Alps should be avoided by people with acrophobia (i.e fear of heights). 

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Cascade Saddle Route, New Zealand - A hike for the adrenaline junkie with plenty of stamina, the 11-mile (18-km) route can be lethal. 

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