One of those landmarks you have to stop at. Very steep street but besides that not much else happening.
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There are stairs at the side of the world’s steepest street, so it’s not too onerous a trek. There were lots of other tourists around, and a family at the top was rolling Jaffas down (note: regular size Jaffas fall apart quickly, use the giant-sized...More
Notably the steepest street in the world, Baldwin Street is definitely worth the hike. We are in our 50's and only average fitness but managed to steadilly climb, finding only the last 100mitres tough going, There is a bench seat to catch your breath at...More
We were determined to climb to the top! And the experience was exhilarating to say the least! For one thing it was amusing to see so many tourists from all over the world, posing, lying down in the street and taking selfies, and driving to...More
It's worthwhile checking out this street and the power of gravity. I recommend parking your car on the main road or at the bottom of the street then walking up the street rather than driving since there is very little space to turn around at...More
Baldwin Street is an ordinary suburban street. By change, it is also in the Guinness Book of Records as the World's Steepest Street. ..... to say you have walked it is a bit like saying you've climbed Mt Everest. A bit. .... to roll a...More
The worlds steepest residential street. You have to drive up it first, turn around in the tight circle at the top...make sure no other cars there's first...and then drive back down. Then park, and all walk up together. Some great photo ops a team angles....More