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I see. I was thinking of "bad guys" and not the physical conditions. I see what you mean now. Thanks for the clarification.
 
Yes, I was talking about how slippery it is! I had to deal with gale force winds and torrential rain coming down that hill! I'm still surprised I managed to stay on my feet! It is a beautiful view though!
 
I see. I was thinking of "bad guys" and not the physical conditions. I see what you mean now. Thanks for the clarification.

Hola Chris what made it dangerous was the degree of slope - something like 18% (or 1 metre down for each 5-6 metres of travel). The first 800 metres from the top was sealed around 2014 (it's actually a local road) so that cars could get up and down in safety.
 

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