Pan-American Highway – 19,000 miles long

Posted on February 12, 2017 • Filed under: Latin America Mining, Latin America Travel

The Pan-American Highway covers 19,000 miles.

By Steven CasaleBob Marley once sang that “life is one big road with lots of signs.” If he was singing about the biggest, he must’ve meant the Pan-American Highway.

Stretching from the frozen north of Alaska to the glacial tip of Argentina, the Pan-American Highway runs the most miles—or kilometers, if that’s your thing—of any road on Earth.

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Beginning in Prudhoe Bay, or Sagavanirktok in Inuit, where caribou wander through Arctic air, the Pan-American Highway heads south to its unofficial end in Ushuaia, the capital of Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego province. Read Full Article

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