The Blue Ridge Parkway runs through Virginia and North Carolina, offering 469 miles of stunning views.
California’s Highway 1 spans 656 miles along the state’s Pacific coast, offering incredible coastal views.
The Natchez Trace Parkway commemorates the historic forest trail used by Native Americans. The road runs through Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.
Starting in Miami, the Overseas Highway runs south through the Florida Keys for 113 miles, coming to an end in Key West.
Although it’s no longer an official part of the US highway system, that doesn’t mean this legendary route is no longer worth visiting. Over 80% of Route 66 is still drivable today.
The Great River Road follows the Mississippi River from its source in Minnesota all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico.
This route circles the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Along the way, you’ll see forest, mountains, and the beauty of the Pacific coast.
Full of stunning nature and quaint little towns, Route 100 runs along the Green Mountain National Forest. It's one of New England's best scenic routes.
This 83-mile stretch of Highway 99 in British Columbia, Canada runs along the Howe Sound and North Shore Mountain, providing incredible natural views.
The Icefields Parkway runs along the Continental Divide for 140 miles through Alberta, Canada. It is the best way to see the Canadian Rockies.
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