Steep U.S. Streets That Will Make Your Palms Sweat
When you think of steep streets, does Lombard Street in San Francisco come to mind? If so, you're not alone. The street has eight hairpin turns, put in place in the 1920s to facilitate ease of driving. Lombard is popular with tourists, who enjoy driving down the twisty hill and taking photographs of other cars making the journey.
Incredibly, Lombard Street doesn't make this list. Instead, the majority of the country's steepest streets can be found in another California metropolis, Los Angeles. And, the steepest street in America? You won't believe where it's located. Here four of the steepest streets in the U.S.