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The 50 ultimate usa road trips.

Below are our 8 most popular self-drive tours…

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Classic Deep South

Visit Atlanta, Great Smoky Mountains NP, Nashville, Memphis, Natchez, New Orleans & Florida Panhandle

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Route 66 Explorer

Visit Chicago, Springfield, St Louis, Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Albuquerque, Winslow, Grand Canyon NP, Las Vegas & LA

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California, USA

The Golden Triangle

Visit San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, Santa Barbara, LA, Vegas, Death Valley NP, Yosemite NP and Napa Valley

Zion National Park in Utah, USA, Las Vegas to The Grand Canyon

Las Vegas & The Canyons

Visit Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon NP, Lake Powell, Monument Valley & Vegas

Phoenix, Sonoran Desert Arizona, USA

Ultimate Southwest

Visit Grand Canyon NP, Monument Valley, Zion NP, Las Vegas, Yosemite NP, San Fran, Big Sur, LA & San Diego

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California West Coast, USA

Ultimate West Coast

Visit Seattle, Olympic NP, Oregon Coast, Portland, Crater Lake NP, Redwoods NP, Napa, San Francisco, Big Sur & LA

Central Park, NYC. New York to LA

New York to Los Angeles

Visit NYC, Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago, St Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Utah's National Parks, Las Vegas & LA

Charleston, South Carolina

Ultimate East Coast

Visit New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Colonial Parkway, Outer Banks, Charleston, Savannah, Orlando & Miami

Florida Panhandle, USA, Surfer on Beach, New Orleans to Miami

Why take an American Road Trip?

We passionately believe that American road trips are the ultimate holiday experience, nothing beats exploring North America’s vibrant cities and stunning natural wonders on a classic American road trip.

Cruise along the USA’s scenic highways in a convertible Mustang or a luxury SUV as you head from one amazing experience to the next – you’ll never want to waste weeks on a sun lounger again.

  • Adventure around every corner
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  • Unrivalled American road trip expertise
  • Outstanding value for money
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How It Works

Once we’ve determined your ideal route, we will arrange flights, car hire and accommodation. You’ll get an itinerary pack through the post before you depart & advice and support throughout your adventure.

What Our Customers Say

In summary, if you want a seamless, memorable, and value-packed travel experience in the USA or Canada, do yourself a favor and reach out to The American Road Trip Company.

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Why use The American Road Trip Company?

Ultimate experience.

Imagine a holiday that explores mountain ranges, coastal roads, pristine beaches, national parks and some of the world’s greatest cities – all linked by super scenic highways. Go explore!

Price Guarantee

Every quote, every day represents our very best price. No need to worry about “special offers” or “promotions”, we simply don’t do dodgy marketing offers claiming 20% savings on artificially high full prices.

Value For Money

You may think it will cost you more to book through a tour operator - WRONG. We know the tricks and hacks that will save you money and we have access to incredible deals that “self-bookers” simply don’t have.

Tailor Made Routes

Whether you select one of our existing road trips or a 100% bespoke solution, our trips can be tailored to meet YOUR specific preferences. This can include your hotel and car preferences, limits on driving time or any special interests.

ATOL Protection

Every flight inclusive trip organised by The American Road Trip Company is fully protected under the Government’s ATOL protection scheme. So sit back and relax, sure in the knowledge that your money is 100% safe with us.

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ARTCo customers can be confident that we only work with the very best service providers, such as Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Alamo. Any payments made to us are fully protected via the government’s ATOL scheme (Flight packages) or Financial Failure Insurance (Non-Flight Packages).

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Luxury Sports Travel Package Specialists

Since 1992, Roadtrips has been providing completely customized luxury sports travel packages to the world’s most sought-after and exclusive sporting events such as:

  • 2024 US Open Tennis
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2024 Super Bowl

  • 2024 Daytona 500
  • 2024 Masters Tournament

2024 Kentucky Derby

2024 monaco grand prix.

  • 2024 Indianapolis 500

2024 Wimbledon

2024 euro finals.

  • 2024 Summer Games

2024 Copa America Finals

  • 2024 Presidents Cup
  • 2026 World Cup

We pride ourselves on delivering high quality sports travel packages that take the stress out of travel, allowing our guests to enjoy memorable moments that will last a lifetime.

At Roadtrips, we’re focused on all the small things. All our travel experiences are custom crafted in order to create your perfect trip. When you travel with Roadtrips, you can be confident that you will be completely taken care of by one of the leaders in the sports travel industry. Contact us to start planning your sports travel experience of a lifetime.

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Luxury American Road Trips

Tailor-made journeys unique to you, all roads north is an unpretentious luxury travel company that custom designs unforgettable american road trips, inspiration.

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Seattle to San Francisco: The Great Pacific Road Trip

Experience the stunning beauty of the Pacific Northwest and Northern California on this luxury journey from Seattle to San Francisco.

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The Best of New Orleans and Cajun Country

Culturally diverse, totally different, and with a seemingly endless capacity for ‘les bon temps’, there is nowhere in the United States like Southern Louisiana. If you’re looking to see another side of the America you know, this is the place to be surprised.

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Sonoma and Mendocino – A Farm to Table Road Trip

This luxury food and wine vacation to Sonoma and Mendocino is a true ‘Farm to Table’ odyssey. Not only will you stay in style at award-winning boutique inns and enjoy mouth-watering culinary delights at some of California’s most highly regarded restaurants, but you’ll also harvest, forage and catch the fruits of the region yourself, as you spend time with local producers, ranchers, and chefs.

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Giant Sequoia Trees Are In Danger: Here’s Why

As giant sequoia trees struggle to survive climate change, Sequoia Parks Conservancy is on a mission to preserve these iconic behemoths.

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Campfires and Canvas – The best luxury camping in the United States

From permanent structures that rival the world’s top hotels for service and indulgence, to luxury tented camps deep in the backcountry, here’s a sneak peak at some of our favorite luxury camping experiences in the United States

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Best Places to Visit in the USA in 2024: Month by Month Inspiration

We’ve pulled together a little month-by-month inspiration to give you just a small taster of some of our best places to visit in the USA this year.

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Luxury Winter Vacation to Montana

Looking for something a little different this winter? This luxury winter vacation to Montana delivers a smorgasbord of winter experiences, while still giving you the option to ski two outstanding, crowd-free mountains.

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The Red Rock and Canyon Country of Arizona and Utah

A luxury holiday to Arizona and Utah that is the perfect balance of indulgence and adventure, all with some of the most dramatic scenery in the country as a backdrop.

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Yellowstone and Grand Teton Road Trip

With a starting point in Jackson your options are almost endless. This is the heart of the West and two of America’s most magical national parks, Grand Teton and Yellowstone, are on your doorstep.

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Decoding Marfa

At first, driving down the main road through Marfa, there seemed to be very little to the town, a small, strung out collection of one-story white buildings high on a plateau in far West Texas. But, as we were to find out over the course of our four days there, in Marfa, surfaces give way to surprising depths, but you have look closely.

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Bitterroot Ranch

A family run working ranch in the beautiful and remote Wind River valley of Wyoming. Bitterroot is the real deal and the perfect place for serious riders looking for a genuine ranch experience.

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Wolves, Wildfire and Water

We catch up with Jared Paul, wildlife expert and Activity Director at Amangani to get his take on some of the hot topics in the West.

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Stunning Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks

This spectacular journey covers two of California’s most magical national parks, Yosemite and Sequoia, as well a road trip through the Owens Valley, an off the beaten path gem.

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Aspen to Crested Butte: A Luxury High Mountain Adventure

Tackle spectacular high mountain passes by road and on foot, on this luxury adventure from Aspen to Crested Butte.

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America Revealed

We’re on a mission to help you discover what America is really like; diverse, breathtakingly beautiful and possessed with a unique energy.

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Journey People

From beach escape to city getaway, there are many great ways to spend a holiday but we specialize in one: the magic of journeys.

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Unpretentious Luxury

Luxury might be a stay in one of the most indulgent hotels in America, but it could just as easily be a secluded cabin in a lesser-known national park.

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Seamless Organization

We set out to understand exactly what you like, providing a little inspiration along the way, before taking care of every last detail.

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We enjoyed ourselves so much exploring a city we have never been to before. So much to do. So much to see. We had a wonderful time with so many laughs and memories made! Thank you, Pack Up + Go.

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Welcome to Adventures Overland!

India’s leading and multiple award-winning “luxury adventure” travel company pioneering in organising self drive road trips around the world..

Ultimate Flexibility

Ultimate Flexibility

Embark on multiple Self-Drive expeditions across the world with flexible dates, Group Size and complete logistic support.

Memorable Experiences

Memorable Experiences

We craft unparalleled and timeless experiences tailored for the Road Trip enthusiast within you who loves hitting the open road.

Quality at our core

Quality at our core

We provide our participants with a world-class experience with top-tier vehicles, Most Luxurious Properties and dedicated crew support.

Award winning Support

Award winning Support

Since 2020, AO has achieved consecutive victories in the prestigious World Travel Awards , in the Best Tour Operator Category.

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Scroll through our list of self-drive expeditions and buckle up for the ride.

  • Around the World
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Morocco Overland

Morocco Overland

9 Nights / 10 Days

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Iceland Expedition

7 Nights / 8 Days

Namibia Road Trip

Namibia Road Trip

8 Nights / 9 Days

Road To London 2024

Road To London 2024

64 Nights / 65 Days

South Africa – Garden Route Drive

South Africa Overland

Mongolia Overland

Mongolia Overland

10 Nights / 11 Days

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North East Expedition

15 Nights / 16 Days

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Ladakh Expedition (Via Srinagar)

14 Nights / 15 Days

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Lahaul & Spiti Drive

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Ladakh Expedition (Via Manali)

Fall head over wheels for these six epic tailor-made, supercar drives.

Swiss & French Alsace

Swiss & French Alsace

5 Nights / 6 Days

German & Austrian Alps

German And Austrian Alps

South of France

South of France

6 Nights / 7 Days

Spain And Portugal

Spain And Portugal

Swiss Alps & Black Forest

Swiss Alps & Black Forest

Tuscany and the Valley of Supercars

Tuscany And the Valley of Supercars

Video gallery, indulge in the thrill, adrenaline rush, and inspiration offered by the incredible videos showcasing our numerous driving expeditions from around the world.

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It is a journey of Sanjay & Tushar , two Indian road trippers in their quest to explore the world and experience new cultures, places and people as they travel across 6 continents, 50 countries and drive over 90,000 kilometres.

In the process, they became the first Indians to drive around the world and also created multiple world records on this unprecedented journey.

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Discover captivating tales of Adventures Overland travellers as they traverse the world, sharing fascinating experiences from across the globe

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Thank you AO for organizing such a lovely and memorable road trip.. the experiences I

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Iceland Feb 2023

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The attention to detail that the folks over at AO put into every little thing to make

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RTL Aug 2022

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If I had to describe in one word, my experience with Adventures Overland, it would be

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Had a wonderful memorable road trip…. thanks to Sanjay, Prachur, and team AO

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Choosing Adventures Overland for the Jordan Expedition is one of my best decisions. W

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Jordan April 2023

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We had been doing very well, and we went on the 4-day trip to a composite where we hu

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Morocco Feb 2023

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Great event guys. Made new friends too. Looking forward to some future road trips onc

Kyrgyzstan Dec 2022

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It was a beautiful and amazing drive. The cars were just out of the world and I felt

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Supercar Drive - July 2023

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Adventures Overland surpassed all expectations with their exceptional organization an

South Africa May 2023

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Adventure Overland shows an entire new dimension of traveling. They provide the best

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Ladakh June 2023

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What a wonderful time we had together, amazing memories were created once again. Ever

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Adventures Overland overturned my inhibitions and ideas on group travel. Their whole

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Morocco April 2023

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Excellent curation of places to visit. They were highly receptive to each guest’s n

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South Africa- May 2023

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For those who love driving, and exploring places, and for whom the roads are a “

Rachna Chhatwani

Jordan March 2023

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I am still in that Nostalgic feeling of our trip, adventures, learning, understanding

Kalpana Chitnis

RTL Oct 2023

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Thank you Adventures Overland for introducing us to 1/3 rd of Kyrgyzstan 😍 can’t

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Guys thanks a lot for such a great time and amazing memories. Made some great friends

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Hey guys, It’s been a fun-filled road trip, and going back with lovely memories. Fo

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I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of Adventures Overland. Mr. Sanjay, Mr. Tusha

Lahaul & Spiti June 2022

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One of the most thrilling, challenging, and rewarding journeys I have had so far! Eve

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First time trip with most unknown people and my first time with Adventures Overland.

Deepesh Agarwal

Iceland Mar 2023

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Thank you, Sanjay and the AO team for dishing out an amazing and memorable experience

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I was very excited about the Morocco road trip. I was looking forward to having a nic

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It was a great experience to be there in the middle of the Sahara, especially in that

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Hi, team Adventures Overland 🥂 and all participants @Morocco…It was my pleas

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Adventures overland – South Africa garden route was meticulously planned with t

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It was a very well-curated trip, meticulously planned & executed with great prec

Rohini Vijayan

Ladakh 2023

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What a wonderful way to experience Ladakh! Adventures Overland took care of the minut

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Ladakh Jun 2023

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I traveled with AO in the epic Road to London and drove the Europe belt. It was an am

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RTL April 2019

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What an experience it is to travel with team AO. Went to Jordan with them in 2022 and

Rishika Gupta

Jordan Nov 2022

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This was our first trip to Spiti with AO and feel very confident saying it won’

Lahaul & Spiti June 2023

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Tushar and Sanjay are visionaries in the true travel space. Going on a road trip with

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Jordan March 2022

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I must say that the group trip to ICELAND I recently went on was simply amazing! I wa

Aaditya Kashyap

Iceland Oct 2023

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I am out of words, I don’t know if my review will do justice, the Ladakh Expedition

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Ladakh Sep 2021

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What an Epic trip the Super Car Drive turned out to be!! AO you have surpassed every

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I couldn’t imagine doing it in a better set of cars. And the fact that we got t

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Excellent tour with awesome people. Very much enjoyed the road trip to Jordan differe

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Dear friends, Thank you all for a wonderful road trip filled with memories of a lifet

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Thank you Sanjay and Tushar for making this crazy dream of ours come true. Finally, I

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Very a very beautiful and Adventurous journey, I would love to go again with AO to ne

Suman Aggarwal

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The warmth that Tushar & Sanjay give off from the first day itself, rubs off on

Sia Sarvaiya

Lahaul & Spiti July 2022

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Adventures Overland is one of a kind. We were lucky to have Tushar, Sanjay, Shailin,

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Changed me from a Tourist to a Traveller!!. The only word I have is “Amazing

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Thanks for Adventures Overland! We went to Iceland in a convoy of 6 cars, and it was

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Amazing experience. The team is not just your friends, they are your Jeannie. Seeing

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My experience with Adventures Overland has been one to remember for life. I was on th

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Ladakh July 2021

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When it comes to road trips, it’s Adventure Overland only. This company gives a new

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Ladakh July’21 was a 15-day dream road trip and am still dreaming and driving away�

Anita Patel

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What a stupendous Ladakh trip we had in June, organized by Adventures Overland group.

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The 2-week driving expedition to Leh Ladakh was an absolute joy from start to finish.

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I and my 72-year-old father went to Ladakh with Adventures Overland and were simply b

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Thanks a lot, everyone for your wonderful company and some awesome moments. Catch you

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Absolutely fantastic! And we were so comfortable on the roads with the car. So it was

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Hello 👋 we are off on a flight back home… would like to thank you Sanjay and

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Speechless!! Excellent. The perfect combination – group travel, excellent organ

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Why choose adventures overland.

Embarking on a journey with Adventures Overland is like diving into a world of excitement, exploration, and limitless possibilities. We are a community of like-minded people who have one true love; road trips. 

Our services encompass meticulously planned overland expeditions that cater to both the thrill-seekers and the wanderers-at-heart. Whether you're a solo traveler or looking to bond with family and friends, we have something extraordinary for everyone.

Picture this: You're seated in a custom-fitted 4x4 vehicle, wind in your hair, as you journey through the majestic mountains and lush valleys. Our experienced guides, who double up as storytellers and local experts, will take you off the beaten path, unveiling the heart and soul of each destination. No stone goes unturned as we curate self-drive road trips that ensure a perfect blend of adventure and cultural immersion.

With Adventures Overland , you won't just see the world; you'll live it.

International Road Trips:

  • Road to London: The epic road trip where we drive from India to London by road in a span of 59 days, covering 22 countries. 
  • Super Car Drive: Our Super Car Drives are all about you and the fleet of your dreams i.e. McLaren, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and more exploring the best of Europe.
  • Jordan Overland: Jordan Overland is a self-drive tour where we conquer desert trails, indulge in adventure activities, and experience the best of Jordan . 
  • Iceland Expedition: The Iceland Expedition is all about conquering icy terrains, witnessing the northern lights, and exploring the breathtaking scenery of Iceland in a sturdy 4x4 vehicle. 
  • Brazil Overland: In the tropical escapade that we like to call “ Brazil Overland ”, we traverse the iconic route of emotions, dive into the Amazon rainforest, party with locals, and more.
  • Morocco Overland: The Morocco Overland starting from Merrakesh is all about sand dunes, sunsets, and steering wheels. From the snow-kissed peaks of the High Atlas to the spice-scented souks, this overland drive is your ticket to a whole new world.
  • Kyrgyzstan Overland: A road trip that takes you through the land of nomads and into endless adventures, our Kyrgyzstan Overland drive is full of mystical experiences. Witnesseagle hunters in action, feast on delectable cuisine, and more.

Road Trips in India: 

  • Ladakh Expedition: The Land of High Passes is best explored on 4 wheels and that’s exactly what we do on our Ladakh expeditions as we explore Ladakh via two of the most iconic routes. Ladakh via Manali and Ladakh via Srinagar , both of which have their own charm. From conquering the high-altitude passes to discovering hidden gems, we do it all.
  • Lahaul and Spiti Expedition: Our Lahaul & Spiti Expedition is all about traversing wicked Himalayan trails, ticking off all the attractions, and making sure that by the time the road trip ends, you have an entirely new definition of thrill. 
  • Northeast Expedition: The ultimate adventure in India’s Northeast where you get to traverse winding roads and peel back the curtain to find hidden gems as you explore Ziro Valley, Majuli, Meghalaya, and more in your 4x4 beast.

Here’s what you get: 

  • Guided Expeditions: Adventures Overland's guided self-drive expeditions are the epitome of immersive travel experiences, led by seasoned experts who unravel the hidden gems of each destination, ensuring that every moment becomes a cherished highlight of your adventure.
  • Luxury Road Trips: Adventures Overland sets the gold standard for luxury road trips , providing travelers with top-notch experiences. Picture yourself cruising through the scenic Italian countryside in a sleek sports car or exploring the rugged beauty of Iceland in a luxury 4x4. These journeys combine high-end comfort with breathtaking destinations, creating travel memories like no other.
  • Global Destinations: Adventures Overland offers an array of remarkable global destinations to explore , such as the mystical landscapes of Iceland, where you can chase the Northern Lights, or the rugged terrains of Kyrgyzstan, where you can experience nomadic traditions firsthand. These road trips around the world promise an enriching blend of adventure and cultural discovery.
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How do I pick the best rental car for my road trip?

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When you’re planning a road trip, especially one where you’re renting a car, there will come a moment when you have to choose the best vehicle for your adventure. This guide is meant to help you decide what’s the best rental car to suit your needs. KAYAK offers a wide selection of categories to choose from , such as standard or premium sedans, SUVs, passenger vans, convertibles, and station wagons. We even offer alternatives to renting – like car sharing from Turo (it’s like renting your neighbor’s car for the week) – as well as non-traditional rental agencies, like Kyte (which will deliver your car to you).

Plus, what could be a great car for getting around a city may not be the best choice for exploring the Grand Canyon or going skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Learn below about the different types of car rentals and what their features and characteristics are best for. There are various factors to consider, including the terrain, the number of people joining you on the road trip, and whether you’re going to be traveling light or needing extra cargo space for sports equipment.

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One of the first questions you may ask yourself is what type of fuel is best . If you’re going on a road trip, you’ll be spending many hours behind the wheel and fuel efficiency will most likely influence your choice of vehicle. The number of times you will have to refuel during your road trip is an important factor that will impact the final cost of your travels and car rental.

Gasoline vs. Diesel

You’ll mainly encounter diesel options when road tripping through Europe since it’s not commonly used in the United States. This type of fuel is known to have better fuel efficiency, or mileage, than gasoline, along with better torque. This characteristic comes in handy if you’re traveling with a lot of baggage or intend to climb steep hills and mountains during your road trip. Something to keep in mind when refueling is that you can’t put gasoline in a diesel vehicle or vice versa. Make sure you know beforehand the type of fuel your car rental needs in order to choose the correct option when refilling. Car gas caps generally have a sticker indicating the exact type of gas to use. It may also be indicated on your car rental key or in the glove compartment with the vehicle information.

Electric vs. Hybrid

Lately, opting for electric or hybrid vehicles has become quite popular. These two types of cars offer a more eco-friendly solution while also helping you to save money on gas. The difference is that they refuel at charging stations as opposed to normal gas stations. This requires you to plan a little bit to locate charging stations along your route. The main perk is that electricity is generally significantly more affordable than fuel. Nonetheless, if you’d rather not have to worry about finding charging stations, hybrid vehicles, while still an eco-friendly solution, can also be refueled at any normal gas station.

Best road trip cars for hiking and exploring national parks

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For avid hikers and those who enjoy the outdoors, a road trip will likely be mountain- and national-park-oriented. In this case, you’ll want to pick a rental car with plenty of space for your equipment, as well as with the right features to get around safely and comfortably in all terrains and weather conditions.

The best car choices for a road trip to national parks like Yellowstone or the North Cascade Mountains are SUVs or crossovers.

These car categories are generally a good size to accommodate extra passengers and equipment and have off-roading capabilities to make sure you can explore as much as you want with high ground clearance. If you’re not used to driving such large cars, you may want to choose a crossover, also referred to as a mini or compact SUV. These have the same all-terrain characteristics but are smaller and may be a more comfortable size for you. They are generally also more fuel-efficient than large SUVs.

Best road trip cars for the beach

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If your next road trip destination is a sunny coast or beach, you’ll want to find a car rental that allows you to feel the sun on your face. Your best option is absolutely the shiny convertible you’ve been eyeing.

Make sure your convertible rental has enough trunk space for the luggage you’re traveling with, as well as decent mileage. There are different cars with an optional convertible top, allowing you to cover it if you wish to do so. Just remember that some materials attract heat, such as dark leather, so you may want to find a car rental with light-colored seats.

If your idea of a beach road trip includes surfboards, coolers, and umbrellas, a car with enough cargo space will be your priority.

Best road trip cars for a ski getaway

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The main features you’ll want your road trip car to have when going on a ski trip are that it should be good for icy and snowy terrains, have enough room for any snow equipment, skis, or snowboards you’ll be carrying, and of course include warm interiors for after a long day on the slopes. One car category that checks off all these needs is an SUV.

Whether you live near a ski resort or are planning a long road trip to the mountains, find an SUV car rental with four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. This will help you safely navigate the icy or snowy roads as you make the climb up the mountain range. Confirm beforehand with your car rental agency that your vehicle has snow tires in addition to snow chains available in the trunk just in case.

SUVs also have good ground clearance. The extra height between the underbelly of the car and the ground will come in handy to avoid getting stuck in any high piles of snow. Convenient special features to quickly warm up after a day in the snow are heated seats and steering wheels. You’ll appreciate it as you feel the warmth creeping back into your hands and body.

Look for a car with enough trunk space for all the skis, boots, gloves, and jackets you’ll be hauling around for a day on the slopes. Some SUVs may come with racks on the roof or back of the car for you to conveniently attach snowboards or skis.

Best road trip cars for traveling with the whole family

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A road trip can be a great way to spend time with your family and explore places you’ve never been. The main characteristic you’ll want to keep in mind is the car’s size. Pick a car with enough seating for the number of family members joining you on the road trip, but don’t forget about the luggage you’ll be bringing with you as well.

Full-size SUVs and minivans comfortably fit seven to eight passengers and should have enough cargo space to suit your needs. SUVs tend to be a better option for long-distance trips and are suitable for all terrains.

For those traveling with young children, you’ll likely need a car seat . It’s always possible to bring your own car seat if you’re renting a car, although you can add one as an extra to your rental if you wish to do so. Bringing your own child seat allows your child maximum safety and comfort during the road trip. Along with this, you will be more comfortable already knowing the installation process, as well as avoiding the additional rental fees. Nonetheless, adding a child seat to your car rental booking is typically possible. You can consider this when choosing the size and category of your road trip car rental.

So what’s the bottom line?

Before going on your road trip, you should do plenty of research to be able to pick the best road trip car for you and your travel companions. You’re looking at a lot of hours in the car, so you want to be sure it will be exactly what you need to feel confident and safe. Happy travels!

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Are you ready for a Road Trip? Explore these eleven incredible cross-country road trip routes across the U.S.!

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Border to Border

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The Road to Nowhere

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The Great River Road

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Appalachian Trail

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Atlantic Coast

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The Oregon Trail

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Classic American Road Trips

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Pacific Coast Highway

Starting at the northwest tip of the United States at Washington’s Olympic National Park and remaining within sight of the ocean all the way south to sunny San Diego, this 1,650-mile, mostly two-lane road trip takes in everything from temperate rainforest to near-desert.

Highlights along the Pacific Coast Route: Olympic National Park (WA), Three Capes Loop (OR), Redwood National Park (CA)

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Historic Route 66

The romance of traveling along historic Route 66 from where it starts in Chicago and ends in Los Angeles continues to captivate people around the world. If you’re looking for great displays of neon signs, rusty middle-of-nowhere truck stops, or kitschy Americana, do as the song says and “get your kicks on Route 66.”

Highlights along Route 66: Chicago (IL), Meramec Caverns (MO), Tucumcari (NM), Painted Desert (AZ), Santa Monica (CA)

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Running coast-to-coast from San Francisco to Ocean City, Maryland, “The Loneliest Road in America” is a 3,200-mile odyssey from sea to shining sea. US-50 passes through a dozen different states, four state capitals, and the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.

Highlights along the Loneliest Road: South Lake Tahoe (CA), Moab (UT), The Million Dollar Highway (CO), Washington D.C.

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Following in the footsteps of pilgrims and pioneers, US‑20 takes in a little of everything during its two-lane trek from Oregon’s rugged coast to the glorious sea and sand of Cape Cod.

Highlights along the Oregon Trail: Cannon Beach (OR), Fort Boise (ID), Yellowstone National Park (WY), Mt Rushmore & Carhenge (NE)

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Dubbed the Great Northern in memory of the pioneer railroad that parallels the western half of the route, US‑2 is truly the most stunning and unforgettable, not to mention longest, of all the great transcontinental road trips.

Highlights along the Great Northern: Tumwater Canyon (WA), Glacier National Park (MT), Lake Michigan (MI), Acadia National Park (ME)

The Open Road

The Appalachian Trail

This driving route of the Appalachian Trail parallels the epic hike. From the top of New England to the heart of Dixie, it takes you through continuous natural beauty—without the sweat, bugs, or blisters.

Highlights along the Appalachian Trail: Mt. Washington (NH), The Poconos (PA), Shenandoah National Park (VA), Great Smoky Mountains National Park (NC)

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Old Man River, Father of Waters, “body of a nation,” Big Muddy: By any name, the mighty Mississippi River cuts a mythic figure across the American landscape. Tag along from its headwaters in Minnesota to where it meets the sea in Louisiana via the GRR.

Highlights along the Great River Road: Main Street USA (WI), St. Louis (MO), Natchez Trace Parkway (MS), New Orleans (LA)

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Starting at the Statue of Liberty and ending with a drive across the Overseas Highway to free-wheeling Key West, these almost 2,000 miles of roadway run within earshot—if not sight—of the Atlantic Ocean.

Highlights along the Atlantic Coast: The Statue of Liberty (NJ), Assateague Island National Seashore (MD), Savannah (GA), Cocoa Beach (FL)

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Starting at Canada’s Jasper National Park, and winding down in the Sonora Desert, this route traverses some of the wildest and most rugged lands imaginable: mighty mountains, glaciated valleys, raging rivers, and two very different deserts.

Highlights along the Border to Border Route: Columbia Icefield (AB), Bitterroot Mountains (MT), The Extraterrestrial Highway (NV), Joshua Forest Parkway (AZ)

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Once the only entirely paved route from Canada to “Old Mexico,” US‑83 cuts across America’s heartland and remains a must-do long-distance byway—transnavigating this broad, odd nation without once grazing a conventional tourist destination.

Highlights along the Road to Nowhere: Sitting Bull Memorial (SD), Nebraska Sand Hills (NE), Monument Rocks (KS), Paint Rock Pictographs (TX)

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Following old US-80 and its contemporary equivalents takes you through more varied cultural and physical landscapes than you’ll find along any other cross-country route. From deserts to bayou swamps and Tex-Mex to barbecue, this route offers a full-flavored taste of America.

Highlights along Southern Pacific: The Desert View Tower (CA), Tombstone (AZ), Roswell (NM), Civil Rights Movement National Historic Trail (AL)

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Fancy a road trip? Here are the companies who'll plan it all for you

Let these travel curators lead the way in planning your perfect trip

Everyone loves a road trip, but not everyone loves planning, Why not have it all done for you by one of these companies?

When done right, a cross-country road trip can be an unmissable holiday experience.

It’s not without its stresses, though.

Route planning, finding exciting things to do, and sourcing the right places to stay are all huge considerations.

Luckily, more and more travel companies are offering tailored plans that meet the needs of those that want to get from A to B with plenty of experiences along the way.

It doesn’t have to break the bank either - we’ve found everything from apps to bespoke services you can’t find anywhere else. Even the most luxury-oriented services offer free guidance for people that don’t know where to start.

Here are some of our favourite road trip planners:

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According to Jubel’s research , it takes a person more than 23 hours and 140 website visits to research and book a week-long, multi-destination experience.

If that sounds like the painful reality of booking your last road trip, they might be the people to offer a solution with their “matchmaking” format that covers several continents.

Inputting broader preferences allows travellers to get matched with an expert that can refine and design road trips down to every minute detail, avoiding a whole lot of headaches in the process.

Jubel were also pioneers of the increasingly popular “surprise holiday” model that continues to grow in waves of uncertain post-pandemic travel.

Those that really can’t decide on a road trip route have previously ended up in the likes of Mexico, Guatemala, and Morocco.

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Luxury travel innovators Black Tomato have just announced the creation of five one-of-a-kind road trip itineraries throughout the US.

The Remarkable Drives of Discovery packages, in partnership with Auberge Resorts Collection, showcase unexpected corners of the US, along with some old-school favourites such as the California coastline’s drive through Big Sur.

Each plan has its own unique perks depending on the state you visit. Taking on the trio of Connecticut, Maryland, and Virginia includes oystering, guided hikes with gourmet picnics, and private stargazing sessions.

You will also be able to dive headfirst into these trips in a Mercedes-Benz - the classic car company offers complementary test drives to all new customers.

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All Roads North

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Another great choice for fans of the States. All Roads North offers a free advisory service to curious souls that don’t wish to get bogged down in too many details when planning their perfect American road trip.

These tailor made, seamlessly organised journeys cover America’s length and breadth, from the red rock canyons of Arizona to traversing the wonders of the San Francisco bay.

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for the conventional or the unexpected - they’ll have a plan and bring it to life.

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This startup takes a real curation-led approach to trips across Europe. Their verified team of travel experts tell you everything you need to know up front through 700 exclusive road trip plans.

Each plan details the duration, length, number of hotel stays, and are directly downloadable to your phone. What’s more, Road.Travel offers a spending optimiser for people who need to be careful with their finances, no matter what the budget is.

This is definitely one for people who might know what they want, but aren’t sure how to execute it.

Some standouts include an exploration from North to South Portugal, kicking off in Porto and concluding in the Algarve, and a trekking tour of Sicily’s nature reserves that can be completed in just one weekend.

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Wanderlog’s app makes use of the swathes of travel websites offering thousands of recommendations by condensing the best ones into fully fledged travel plans.

Its collaborative tools and synced up trip notes across multiple devices make it great for large families and groups of friends looking to embark on their first holiday on wheels. Everybody can quite literally be on the same page when it comes to knowing what you’re doing that day and where you’re going to stay.

It doesn’t have to be strictly rigid, either. Wanderlog offers a tool that makes spontaneous pit-stop recommendations full of under-explored secret gems, places to eat and drink, and stunning views.

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The best cars to rent for every kind of road trip

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One of the not-necessarily unpredictable but perhaps unintended consequences of the coronavirus pandemic is the rediscovery of the great American road trip.

After borders around the world closed for foreign visitors, Americans who typically crossed oceans for their big vacations were forced to look for travel opportunities closer to home.

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Fortunately, we live in one of the most spectacular countries on earth, with wide-open spaces, awe-inspiring scenery, a national park system that is the envy of the world and a truly impressive variety of regional culture and cuisine -- made accessible thanks in no small part to the vast system of interstate highways constructed in the 20th century.

With the pandemic forcing hundreds of thousands of workers out of their cubicles and back into their home offices, people hit the road in droves, eager to explore this beautiful land of ours. RV rentals became a hot commodity, with some even ditching their homes to live on the road full-time.

International travel may be making its comeback this summer, but for plenty of Americans, the good old-fashioned road trip -- with its promise of the open road and the discovery of someplace new -- is calling.

But what's a road trip without a suitable car ? With so many automobiles to choose from for your next adventure, we wanted to highlight some of the very best options for any type of road trip.

For a coastal or island drive: Ford Mustang

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Picture yourself driving down the Pacific Coast Highway in California or along the ocean in Hawaii , top-down, music turned up. It's hard not to see yourself driving a Mustang. Ford's pony car is one of the most emblematic symbols of Americana ever to exist. Conceived in the 1960s, it instantly became a hit for anyone looking for an affordable car went fast and turned a lot of heads in the process. The Mustangs of the past have become classics, but today's version is a thoroughly modern vehicle that's hard to beat for good-weather cruising.

The standard Mustang is no slouch: It comes equipped with a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 310 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque. But if you really want to have fun carving the curves of a long and winding coastal highway, splurge for the GT convertible, which comes with a 5.0-liter V8 producing 460 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque, which is sure to put a smile on your sun-kissed face.

For a cross-country adventure: Volvo XC90

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If you're setting out on a cross-country road trip, comfort is key. You'll want a vehicle that's quiet, efficient, spacious, equipped with enough creature comforts to keep you and your companions entertained, isn't bothered by the wide range of pavement quality we have in this country and, perhaps most importantly of all, has comfortable seats.

Volvo's flagship SUV, the XC90, has all of that and more. It's roomy enough for you and your friends or family -- and all your things. Plus, it comes packed to the gills with the latest in automotive technology including a touchscreen-based entertainment system and top-notch stereo systems. Its solid build quality guarantees you'll have a comfortable ride, even over the pothole-ridden roads found in parts of the country (looking at you, upper Midwest ). And, last but certainly not least, the Swedish automaker is known for producing arguably the best seats in the automotive industry -- on some trim levels, you can even opt for seats that massage you as you drive.

For snowy roads: Audi A4 Allroad

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If you're road-tripping in the winter -- or somewhere that sees snow almost year-round -- you're going to want a vehicle that's as sure-footed in the snow and slush as it is on dry pavement. The Audi A4 Allroad is a lifted version of its A4 Avant station wagon that offers extra inches of ground clearance, perfect for snowy roadways. But the main feature that make this elevated wagon a force to be reckoned with in the snow is its standard Quattro all-wheel-drive system, which allows the car to plod through rain, snow and slush with ease. (Of course, if you're driving on mountain roads with deep, heavy snow we'd recommend fitting the tires -- of any vehicle -- with chains for extra confidence.)

And, since this is more or less a station wagon, you'll have extra room for everyone and their things married with the driving dynamics of a car. The Allroad's four-cylinder turbocharged engine means you won't be stopping too often for gas, either.

For tackling all types of terrain: Jeep Wrangler

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You can't do much better than a Jeep Wrangler if you're looking for a vehicle that will go anywhere and do (just about) anything. This iconic American truck comes in two- and four-door configurations and offers such options as a removable roof and doors for serious off-roading. The Wrangler comes with a true 4x4 four-wheel-drive system and is equipped with large tires and a high suspension which allows it to tackle rocks and other terrains with aplomb. Its generous ground clearance allows the car to ford through 30 inches of water -- in case your adventure brings you across rivers or streams.

If you're getting off the interstate and want to explore some of the landscape that can't be accessed by any old car, you can't go wrong with the Wrangler.

For national-park hopping: Jeep Grand Cherokee

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There's another Jeep on this list -- and for good reason. Its venerable Grand Cherokee has been the brand's standard-bearer for years, combining the best of Jeep's inherent offroad abilities with creature comforts you'd expect from a luxury SUV. If you think your road trip will combine long stints on the highway with some offroading (perhaps at one or several national parks , for example), the Grand Cherokee is the perfect vehicle to choose.

It delivers a smooth ride on the road along with plenty of technology and other comforts that make it easy to spend a lot of time in it, but also can handle anything that comes its way once you veer off the pavement.

Use the right credit card for your rental

When renting a vehicle , it's important to make sure you are covered in case you get into an accident. Damage waivers are typically available to purchase from your rental company at a cost of about $10 to $20 per day, but some credit cards , including the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and Chase Sapphire Reserve® offer a primary damage waiver in case of damage or theft. Since the insurance is primary, you won't have to file a claim with your personal car insurance if there's damage to your car. You won't have to pay a hefty deductible or be subject to rate changes, but be aware that coverage is only valid on rentals of 31 days or less.

Bottom line

Road trips will continue to be a big part of the way Americans travel for the foreseeable future. Once you decide where you're going and what type of road trip you'll be embarking on, finding the right vehicle for the trip is the next step.

Just promise us you'll take our advice on how to skip the line at the rental car agency .

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20 Best USA Road Trips • Famous Driving Destinations in 2024

Many will say that going on an epic road trip is the best and really the only way to experience America. This is the land of the open road, the roadside attraction, the roadside diner. If all roads lead to Rome, they must eventually make a detour in the United States, I say.

There is a lot that goes into planning a road trip in the USA. What to pack, what kind of car to rent, and, most importantly, where to go. There are a million routes out there and they all have their own merits and, in some cases, oddities.

I’ve assembled a list of some of the best and most classic road trips in the country. From East Coast to West Coast and Sea to Shining Sea, the finest stretches of good ol American-made asphalt are all found in this article. Through the desert, over the mountains, into the past, doesn’t matter; we’ve got them all covered right here.

So which Great American road trip will you take?

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20 Greatest Road Trips in the USA

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Let’s get down to brass tacks and start talking about the top American road trips there are! Here are twenty for you to choose from!

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1. California Route 1 – Pacific Coast Highway

The road trip in the usa to take before you die.

  • States : California
  • Start: San Diego
  • End : Mendocino
  • Total Distance: 656 miles
  • Best Part: Camping in Big Sur

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What’s a trip to California without visiting the coast or the beach? The beach is one of the most important aspects of California livin’, after all. It is talked about during just about every other conversation in the state. Who could blame the natives for loving their coastline so much when you have superlative stops like Malibu, San Luis Obispo, and Point Reyes all there?

For the ultimate road trip in California , consider driving the entire stretch of the Pacific Route 1. This epic route, which should take at least a week (two for maximum enjoyment), seriously pulls out all the stops. Gorgeous coastline, bustling metropolises – like San Francisco and Los Angeles – and more than enough In n’ Out Burger joints all combine to make the perfect road trip itinerary. This is some of the best California has to offer.

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2. Route 66

The classic road trip across america.

  • States: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California
  • Start: Chicago, Illinois
  • End : Santa Monica, California
  • Total Distance:  2448 miles
  • Best Part: The Americana

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Route 66 is probably the first thing that springs to people’s minds when they think “Great American road trip.” Over the years, Route 66 has been practically immortalized – by Hollywood films, musicians, novels, etc – so much so that it is practically synonymous with the very idea of going on a road trip around the USA.

Since it passes through eight different states and four different regions, Route 66 offers a somewhat abridged version of American culture. You’ll get to see roadside attractions, antique gas stations, and eccentric diners; all staples of American weirdness.

One of the best parts of Route 66? Watching the landscape shift from the Great Plains and Mississippi wetlands to the deserts and mountains of the West Coast’s roadside landscapes . Entering Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona is a particularly surreal experience, as there is nowhere else quite like the American Southwest. If you have time, be sure to stop by Monument Valley for an iconic American backdrop.

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3. Skyline Drive

The most scenic mountain road trip on the east coast.

  • States : Virginia
  • Start: Front Royal
  • End : Rockfish Gap
  • Total Distance: 105 miles
  • Best Part: Parking the car and going for a quick hike

road driving through the blue ridge mountains, virgina

It’s a favorite day trip for those visiting Washington DC for a simple reason: the Skyline Drive is one of the most accessible mountain drives in the USA. In just over an hour, one could easily escape from the politics and actions of the nation’s capital and be in the heart of Appalachian Country. For those who like long-winding mountain roads, this will be one of the best road trips in the USA.

The Skyline Drive traverses the entirety of Shenandoah National Park. This means that, besides offering breathtaking views, the route also affords access to many local trails. The epic and grueling AT (Appalachian Trail) runs parallel to Skyline Drive. Those who’ve dreamed of hiking (a section of) the thru-hike can do so at many points of the road.

For those looking for a more docile couple of days in Shenandoah, there are lots of campsites and little towns around worth visiting. Winchester has a rich Civil War history while sleepy Staunton is generally considered the prettiest town in the region.

Stay in Washington DC a few days before heading out and be sure to check out all the spectacular museums.

4. Going-to-the-Sun Road

The best way to see one of the best american national parks.

  • States: Montana
  • Start: West Glacier
  • End : Saint Mary
  • Total Distance: 50 miles
  • Best Part: Seeing Saint Mary Lake for the first time

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Glacier is one of the best national parks in the USA . It’s the kind of place that, once you’ve visited, makes you want to pack up your bags and move to Montana. I’ve dreamt of doing this before and I’m sure a lot of people share this dream with me.

The main road that traverses Glacier is called the Going-to-the-Sun Road and it is, without question, one of the most beautiful roads in the US. Firstly, it passes right next to the stunning Saint Mary Lake, which is one of the highlights of the park. It also provides quick access to some very good trails in the park, like Hidden Lake Lookout. This 3-mile round-trip hike starts at Logan’s Pass and offers views of the uniquely-shaped Bearhat Mountain.

It should be noted that the Going-to-the-Sun Road opens late in the season and closes early due to heavy snow. The road is closed for 7-8 months and crazy busy the rest of the year. There are quite a few hair point turns as well so remember to keep your cool out there when driving.

5. Olympic Peninsula Loop

Rainforests, glaciers, and beaches (oh my).

  • States: Washington
  • Start : Port Angeles
  • End : Port Angeles
  • Total Distance: 330 miles
  • Best Part: Feeling the carpet in the Hoh Rainforest

Hurricane Ridge - amazing northwestern USA road trip

Very few places to see in the USA are as geographically unique as the Olympic Peninsula. Here, you’ll find a huge diversity of landscapes, from glaciers to rainforest to rugged coastline. This is a paradise for outdoorsy types or, at least, those who can’t quite decide what kind of outdoor adventure they want to go on during their road trip in the USA.

There are too many cool spots on the Olympic Peninsula to talk about. Hurricane Ridge offers the most spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and also offers solid skiing in the winter. Rialto Beach is famous for its sea stacks that resemble those found commonly in Iceland. The Enchanted Valley is a very remote portion that requires an overnight hike but rewards visitors with, supposedly, 10,000 falls.

The best part about the Olympic Peninsula is exploring the Hoh Rainforest. Thanks to constant rain, the woods of the peninsula are overgrown, towering, and constantly lush. Go for walk here and you’ll see more shades of green then you previously thought possible.

If you’re passing through, then take a couple of nights booking a stay in Seattle before visiting the Olympic Peninsula!

6. Kancamagus Highway

For fall foliage fanatics.

  • States: New Hampshire
  • Start : North Woodstock
  • End : Conway
  • Total Distance: 56 miles
  • Best Part: Being there in autumn

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New Englanders are very proud people and there are certain things that you don’t talk shit about with them. Dunkin’ Donuts, lobster rolls, Tom Brady; even a whisper of ill will about any of these things is a sure way to piss of a local. Just as important to the New Englander identity as any of these though is it’s most noticeable natural phenomenon: the fall foliage.

From late-September to middle-October, the Patriots become slightly less talked about (until they eventually go to the Super Bowl) in lieu of the changing colors of the trees. New Englanders go crazy for the reds, oranges, and golds of the season; some plan whole weekend excursions in search of the best colors. Admittedly, it is pretty damn cool when you travel outside Boston and are hit by all those hues.

One of the most famous fall foliage road trips in New England is the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire. When the time is right (early-October), a cold fire hits the hills and they explode with color. The 56-mile stretch of the Kanc is never-ending foliage and shifting colors; it’s like driving through the barrel of a kaleidoscope. Just be warned: you and everyone else will be there – it gets busy in October!

7. San Juan Skyway

Colorful colorado at it’s best.

  • States: Colorado
  • Start : Durango
  • End : Durango
  • Total Distance: 233 miles
  • Best Part: Dallas Divide Viewpoint

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The San Juan Skyway is the best road trip in Colorado ! Nestled in the far southwestern corner of the state, this route offers some of the finest Rocky Mountain views you could hope for. The road twists and turns through the valleys of the San Juan Mountains, arguably the prettiest part of the Colorado Rockies, and visits many historical towns and viewpoints along the way.

This itinerary begins and ends in the former mining town of Durango. There’s not much to do here besides ride the old gauge railroad, which is admittedly pretty damn cool if you like old-school trains.

As you head north from Durango to Silverton, the scenery really starts to unfold. To the east, the rugged Weminuche goads avid climbers and hikers. To get the best views of the Weminuche and the nearby Grenadiers, be sure to stop at Molas Pass for a break.

Beyond Silverton is the remote resort town of Ouray and the Sneffels Wilderness. The Dallas Divide, which overlooks the Sneffels, is very popular with photographers, especially in autumn when the leaves change color.

After the Dallas Divide, it’s straight onto one of the most famous mountain towns in Colorado: Telluride. If you’re staying in Telluride during the summer, be sure to check for local festivals. During this time, there’s one almost every weekend.

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8. The Cascade Loop

The best of the “american alps”.

  • States : Washington
  • Start: Everett
  • End : Everett
  • Total Distance: 440 miles
  • Best Part: The North Cascades to the San Juan Islands

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This is THE ULTIMATE Pacific Northwest road trip! Seriously, there are few itineraries that offer such a huge array of activities. Alpine hiking, whale watching, breweries; these are just a few of an adventurer’s favorite things!

The Cascade Loop begins in Everett, which is just north of Seattle. Everett is a pretty little town although you will not want to miss out on visiting Seattle. From Everett, you’ll head east over Stevens Pass before turning north along the Columbia Basin until looping back west across the Washington Pass and the astounding North Cascades. You should end your road trip through Washington by spending a few days relaxing in the idyllic San Juan Islands.

If the previous paragraph felt like an oversimplification, I’m sorry; but the Cascade Loop is too grand to fit in this section. To learn more about the route, be sure to visit the official Cascade Loop website for heaps of more information!

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9. Florida A1A – Overseas Highway

340 miles, almost all beaches.

  • States : Florida
  • Start: Amelia Island
  • End : Florida Keys
  • Total Distance : 340 miles
  • Best Part: Driving across the Caribbean Sea

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Knock it all you like for its douchey spring break parties and invasive retirees, but Florida still has some of the best beaches in all of the USA. As you may have gleaned from the subtitle of this particular USA road trip, almost all of them are accessible via a single highway.

The Florida A1A runs the entire length of the Atlantic Floridian Coast AND even further into the Caribbean Sea. The portion that connects the mainland to the Florida Keys (The Florida Key Scenic Byway) is considered an engineering marvel and this is one of the highlights of the trip. Gliding across the Caribbean and into the likes of Ernest Hemingway’s home on Key West is just too good.

But there is more to this Florida road trip than just the Keys. Fort Lauderdale is shedding its MTV beach party reputation (for a more laid back vibe). Cocoa Beach and Vero Beach still surf central. Plus, there’s always hedonistic and culturally rich Miami to demand your attention (probably too much).

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10. Lassen Scenic Byway

A “lasser-known” road trip in california.

  • States : California, Oregon
  • Start : Lassen Volcanic National Park, California
  • End : Chemult, Oregon
  • Total Distance: 500 miles
  • Best Part: Ending at Crater Lake aka Heaven on Earth

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The Lassen Scenic Byway is one of the most unknown and underrated road trips in America. The route can’t be faulted either – it’s located in the relative unknown of Northern California, which, unfortunately, only enters the news when there’s a forest fire or a rebellious splinter-nation about to spring up. Yet, Northern California and Lassen are just as beautiful as anywhere else in the state.

The Lassen Scenic Byway, which takes its name from the National Park where it starts, gives a grand overview of the region. Dormant volcanoes, bubbling springs, and waterfalls are just a few of the sights you’ll see along the way. Mt Shasta, which marks the beginning of the Cascade Range, is the most prominent landmark in the area. The Park boasts some of California’s best camping spots ; enjoy the breathtaking views at Heart Lake, or kayak around Manzanita’s calm waters.

The Lassen Scenic Byway also extends across the state border into Oregon. This means you can visit one of my all-time favorite places in the USA: Crater Lake. It is an enormous body of water, perfectly serene and close to fathomless. Every time I see it, Crater Lake reminds of Thoreau and what he said about lakes in general: “(they are) the Earth’s eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.”

11. The Oregon Coast – USA Route 101

For those who like to wear sandals and sweaters (at the same time).

  • States : Oregon
  • Start: Brookings
  • End : Astoria
  • Total Distance: 363 miles
  • Best Part: Southern Oregon Coast

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Having spent much of my life in Portland, I’ve been on more than a few road trips in Oregon and there’s a special place in my heart for the Oregon Coast.

When I needed to get away from the city and work, I would run away to the coast. When my girlfriend and I wanted a romantic dinner, we’d skip the restaurants and instead buy fresh oysters from the local fishermen in Netarts. To me, the coast was my playground, my church, and my home away from home.

I’m not the only person who loves the Oregon Coast though – lots of people go on vacation here to get away from the madness of their lives (including everyone’s favorite Midwestern melodist, Sufjan Stevens). Apparently, the charm of old coastal towns and the particular moodiness of a cool, cloudy day is not lost on the others.

Mine romanticizing aside, the Oregon Coast is just a beautiful place to visit. The Southern portion, around Bandon, Langlois, and Samuel H. Boardman, is particularly notable as the scenery around here – rocky towers, jagged promontories, and enormous cliffs – are quintessential.

Given how sheer flippin’ magnificent the Oregon Coast is, make sure you know what areas to stay in as you drive through!

12. The High Road to Taos

The magical highway to everyone’s favorite hippy town.

  • State: New Mexico
  • Start : Sante Fe
  • Best Part: The old Spanish architecture

high road to taos and the San Francisco de Asís Mission Church in Chimayó

New Mexico is like the weird aunt that always drives up to the family gatherings in her converted VW bus and talks about gemstones all night long. Not that this is a bad thing: we all love them for doing this and hope they never change. After all, these conversations are far more interesting than the ones we have with that one overly conservative uncle (I’m alluding to you, North Dakota).

New Mexico loves art, culture, and the surrounding nature that, in turn, inspires art and culture. People from all over the country, whether native or tourist, are inspired by landscapes and old Indian pueblos of the state (even the esteemed George R.R. Martin has drawn inspiration from this landscape).

One of the best ways to experience the magic of New Mexico is via the High Road to Tao scenic byway. Starting from the city of Santa Fe and ending in Taos, this road trip not only connects two of the most artistic cities in the state, but it also features a lot of interesting stuff in between.

Chimayó makes for a very interesting stop thanks to its namesake church, which promises to heal the sick. The San Francisco de Asís Mission Church is one of the most iconic buildings in the American Southwest and could easily serve as a prop for Tarantino or Sergio Leone western.

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13. Texas Hill Country

The “green” part of texas.

  • States: Texas
  • Start : Austin
  • End : Austin
  • Total Distance: Depends
  • Best Part : The natural pools

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Texas isn’t just desert and oil fields; there is plenty of greenery around if you know where to look. In fact, there are heaps of waterfalls and grottos to be found! Texas Hill Country is full of hidden wonders that most would’ve never thought could be found arid ol’ Texas. If you’re looking for some top-notch hiking in the States and want to try some of the tastiest BBQ in the state, then consider going on a trip here.

Texas Hill Country roughly refers to the elevated areas west of Austin. Many roads that go through this area; to visit a decent chunk of it will require you to take many different routes.

Generally speaking, the best parts of Texas Hill Country are around Highway 290. Locally beloved waterholes like Hamilton Pool, Pedernales Falls, and Jacobs Well are all within about 30 minutes detour.

There are many BBQ joints and spirit distilleries spread throughout Hill Country as well. If you want some of the most legendary BBQ in Texas, be sure to drop by Cooper’s Old Time Pit in Llano.

Austin is a bit of an underrated gem, so check out our insider travel guide and make sure you experience it fully.

14. Beartooth Highway

One of the most beautiful highways in america.

  • States: Wyoming, Montana
  • Start : Red Lodge, Montana
  • End : Wyoming/Montana border via US 212
  • Total Distance: 69 miles
  • Best Part : Arriving at Beartooth Pass

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For being one of the prettiest roads in America, it’s amazing how few people have probably heard about the Beartooth. When talking about what to do in Wyoming, most people talk about staying in Yellowstone or the Tetons more than anything. (Rightfully so! Those places are spectacular in their own right!)

Yet, just 2 hours away from the center of Yellowstone lies this stunner of a road trip, so stunning some say that it could easily compete with the aforementioned national park. Not to be taken lightly, this road starts at 5000 ft and climbs to a maximum height of nearly 11,000 ft. By the time you reach Beartooth Pass, you’ll be driving through high-alpine plateau; barren, humbling, and, most of all, awe-inspiring.

The drive is the show-stealer here but there’s still lots to do outside of the car on the Beartooth Highway. Lakes for fishing, trails for hiking, and kitschy shops for souvenirs all abound. Though the drive itself only takes 2-3 hours, one could easily spend several days here. Don’t just look at this as a way to connect Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks; think of this route as a park to be explored onto itself.

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15. The Hana Highway

A must-do on your hawaiian vacation.

  • State: Hawaii
  • Start : Kahului
  • End : Haiku-Pauwela
  • Total Distance: 64 miles
  • Best Part: Playing “Spot the Waterfall”

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Some people find the word “highway” in Hana Highway to be a gross exaggeration. “This isn’t a highway!” they might say; “this is a crooked alley in the middle of the jungle!” Fair enough fictional angry tourist I say.

The Hana Highway is not a typical highway: it’s narrow, winding, and sometimes scary to drive on. What would normally take an hour to drive will take more like two or three. The road is so small that parking on the side of the road is very difficult; sometimes it even turns into a single lane of traffic.

But the Hana Highway is worth the extra effort, of course. Waterfalls are everywhere along this road trip; during heavy rain, falls may spring up out of nowhere (be careful in this case actually). That quintessential Hawaiin lushness will be omnipresent as you coast through different areas of Maui , and you’ll even the opportunity to visit the beach! Pullover at Waianapanapa State Park just before Hana to see one of the better beaches on the island.

If you end up doing this Hawaiin road trip, just be sure to leave Kahului with a full tank of gas and snacks. There isn’t a whole lot in the way of food and gas stations along the way.

To be honest, Hawaii is yummy, expensive, and worthy of a proper adventure. Check out our budget travel guide for Hawaii and extend your trip a bit longer !

16. Charleston to Savannah

Southern comfort at its finest.

  • States: South Carolina, Georgia
  • Start : Charleston, NC
  • End : Savannah, GA
  • Total Distance : 108 miles
  • Best Part : Comparing the two cities

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It’s a well-known fact that there’s a long-standing rivalry between the cities of Charleston, SC and Savannah, GA. Both are competing against each other for the title of “most charming cities in the South” and the competition is fierce. Thanks to their close proximity, one could easily visit one on a weekend road trip!

Charleston is the smaller city; not so hectic and pretty down-to-Earth by many standards. It’s mostly known for its old plantations and Southern hospitality. A lot of people – especially the locals – like to say that Charleston is much more laidback than Savannah and consequently much more hospitable. You can find plenty of great Airbnbs in Charleston too, so it’s definitely a place to stop over for a bit longer.

Savannah, on the other hand, is the larger of the two cities. It was formerly and economic center of the region and, as such, expanded quite fast. The original Southern architecture is very well preserved, the best examples being the cobblestone streets themselves, the old-school neighborhoods of Savannah , and the nearby plantations. Fun fact: public drinking is also legal in Savannah, which does lead to the occasional, spontaneous block party 🙂

17. The Best of the American Southwest

Take a trip through one of the most beautiful parts of the usa.

  • States : Nevada, Utah, Arizona
  • Start: Las Vegas
  • End : Las Vegas
  • Total Distance: 1200 miles
  • Best Part: Doing acid somewhere you love

havasupai grand canyon day trip driving from las vegas, nevada

This isn’t an established route; there is no single road that you’ll stay on over the course of this trip. What this is a collection of highways that together form without question one of the most phenomenal road trips around the USA.

The American Southwest is one of the most beautiful regions in the world; a dreamscape filled with surreal arches, bottomless canyons, and rocks painted by the passage of time. Hiking through the arid landscapes of Arizona or Utah is more fantasy than reality sometimes and, to me at least, a more appropriate place for Gods to inhabit than humans.

My mind reels when I think about how many wonders there are on this Southwestern road trip. The Grand Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs, Antelope Canyon, Havasupai; all of these could be considered amongst the most beautiful places in the world. Yet, I haven’t even talked about the national parks of Utah either! Zion, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, my god – it’s all too much to think about at once.

Love it or hate it, you’ll be visiting Las Vegas for this road trip, so you may as well make the most of it!

18. Route 61 – The Blues Highway

Visit some of the most significant musical sites in america.

  • States: Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa , Wisconsin, Minnesota
  • Start : New Orleans
  • End : Wyoming (Minnesota)
  • Total Distance: 1,400 miles
  • Best Part: Finding out where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil

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A good American road trip doesn’t ALWAYS have to be about pleasant scenery or heritage sites. Sometimes, all a good road trip takes is an appreciation for our musical forefathers and a really good playlist to go with it.

Route 61 is called the Blues Highway because it has been a part of so many American musicians’ lives. Bastions of classic American music, like Memphis, Des Moines , St. Louis, and the classic southern destination New Orleans are all connected by this road.

That means the greatest blues singers, rockers, country wailers, and more have all, at one point in their lives, driven on this road. It goes without saying that a lot of shit has probably happened here then.

Route 61 is full of interesting and sometimes strange attractions. The BB King Museum, Heartbreak Hotel, and some of the most hallowed music venues and concert halls in the country are all along this route.

The coolest place to visit on this USA road trip? The infamous “crossroads” where Robert Johnson supposedly sold his soul to the devil for fame (at the intersection of Highway 1 and 8).

For a shorter version, road trippers can instead drive from New Orleans to Memphis and experience many of the same attractions.

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19. Seward Highway

A wild road trip in the usa’s most wild state.

  • States: Alaska
  • Start : Anchorage
  • End : Seward
  • Total Distance: 125 miles
  • Best Part: The Kenai Fjords

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Choosing between this and the George Parks Highway is a tough call. The option of seeing the monstrous Denali is possible with the latter, and that alone should be enough to entice people. But overall, the Seward Highway is probably the best road trip in Alaska .

Why is the Seward Highway great? Well, it’s not too long, not too far away from civilization, and it offers a little bit of everything. The drive itself is remarkable as you’ll be afforded views of both the Chugach Mountains and the rugged Alaskan coastline at the same time, plus a bear or two (or more) as well.

For those very adventurous folk, the Kenai Peninsula offers more than just road thrills. Kayaking in the fjords among the glaciers is available as is hiking in the Kenai Mountains. Just remember: if you do decide to go off into the wilderness, don’t forget to exhibit the usual bear safety.

Now things are getting wild! You’ll be starting with a stay in Anchorage so make sure you book an awesome place in an awesome spot… it’s cold up there!

20. Park Loop (Acadia National Park)

Rugged new england coastline.

  • States: Maine
  • Start : Hulls Cove Visitor Center
  • End : Hulls Cove Visitor Center
  • Total Distance: 27 miles
  • Best Part : Sunset beers at Cadillac Mountain

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Maine is one of the most popular road trip destinations on the East Coast during the summer. People travel here over the weekend from as far as New York City or Philadelphia in search of some far more positive vibes. The Maine coastline, long beloved for its lighthouses and sandy beaches, for one reason or another, has long been therapeutic to these city slickers.

When it comes to coastal routes, few can compare to the Park Loop at Acadia National Park. Towering conifers, fine beaches, and that rough coastline that defines New England are all featured here; all are accessible from your car. There are several hikes around that will take you to some pretty solid viewpoints as well. The sunset at Cadillac Mountain is particularly good with friends and brews.

Because everyone wants to travel to Maine these days, it can get pretty crowded during the summer. Traffic will be bad and accommodation will either be limited or expensive. Autumn, though only slightly less busy, is a nice time to visit because of foliage. Spring is a great time though you should definitely have a coat with you. Visiting in winter should only be for the mad or photographically-inclined.

BONUS: The Ultimate USA Road Trip (According to Science)

For niiieerrrdddsss (kidding).

  • States : All 48 lower states
  • Start: New York
  • End : New York
  • Total Distance: 13,700 miles
  • Best Part: The end.

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Does anyone remember when that viral image of the GREATEST ROAD TRIP ACROSS AMERICA EVER was making rounds on the web? How many people made plans to do the damn thing?

Admittedly, this road trip was more notable for its use of data, specifically using a genetic algorithm, which already sounds super cool. In lamens, this genetic algorithm allowed the whizzes behind this to see the greatest amount of American destinations with as little backtracking as possible.

So are you ready to tackle this bad boy? Are you really in the mood for the most epic USA road trip imaginable? Then put in that vacation time and pack the car up as much as you can. Don’t skimp on the Red Bull either – there are going to be a lot of long drives here folks.

With all of those competing companies and exorbitant deposits, renting a car in the USA can seem scary. Frankly, I don’t blame people if they ever felt intimidated in this country while trying to rent a car – there’s a real learning curve.

But booking a rental car can be much more manageable if you know a few things beforehand. Here’s what you need to know:

  • You need a credit card to rent a car in America – They rental company will use it to take a deposit for the car.
  • You have to be 18 – Even then, you’ll get charged more if you’re under 28. Younger drivers are seen as liabilities.
  • Don’t book rental insurance with the rental company – Use a third party because they’re cheaper and have better protection. Rentalcover is a great choice.
  • Do your research – Use search engines, like Rentalcars.com , to find the best prices. Sedans are usually the cheapest options. SUVs will cost much more.
  • Gas prices are different in every state – Use ViaMichelin  to chart gas prices in each state. As a rule of thumb, gas is cheaper the closer you get to Texas and the South.
  • Some credit cards offer rental insurance – Be sure to check if your credit card company will cover you in the case of an accident. If they do cover you, you’ll save heaps of money. You’ll need to book the car with THAT card to qualify, of course.
  • Almost all American cars have automatic transmissions – I honestly think it might actually cost more to rent a manual…
  • Check to see if there is a cleaning fee – If you made a small mess, most companies won’t charge you anything. Some shady ones will charge you a fortune for a gum wrapper though.

What to Pack for a Road Trip in the USA

First off: your road trip packing list is going to vary wildly depending on how long the itinerary is. If you’re just going for a weekend, then your list is going to be much trimmer and less demanding. But some road trips can last weeks or even months. If you’re like my friends, Kevin and Liz, you’ll eventually end up living out of your car at which point it may be time to consider investing in the vanlife .

When packing for a shorter road trip, go minimal . Take the essentials, like a roadside safety kit and some form of navigation for example, and then add more as needed. If you’re camping, take the appropriate gear. If you have a toddler, take a doona car seat stroller (it’s a seriously cool piece of engineering). If you want to save money, take lots of snacks and pre-made meals to avoid stopping at diners. Easy peasy.

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On the other hand, if you’re planning a truly epic American road trip route, the likes of which would make Jack Kerouac or Alexander Supertramp jealous, then you’ll need much, much more stuff. I cannot cover everything in this single section of the article but I can suggest that you check out our road trip packing checklist for more ideas and suggestions.

Aside from knowing what to pack on your road trip in the USA, you’ll also need to know how to pack . If you have a lot of stuff, you will need to be conscious of how you organize everything, especially if you have a smaller, passenger-style vehicle. Get a system in place – use packing cubes and plastic bins to keep everything separated; bungee cables will be your best friends.

For more information on how to pack a car, check out this informative article at USA Today .

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What to do in Case of Trouble while Road Tripping in the USA

It should go without saying that you need to be prepared for your road trip in the USA. I would like to make a friendly reminder here to do so. Prepare thyself before embarking on your asphalt odysseys by having the following, at a minimum: a roadside emergency kit and some form travel insurance for the USA . 

A lot can go wrong on a road trip: tires can pop, accidents can happen, engines can stutter and stop. Getting stuck in the middle of nowhere because someone forgot to do something essential like change the oil could ruin your trip real fast.

ALWAYS sort out your backpacker insurance before your trip. There’s plenty to choose from in that department, but a good place to start is Safety Wing .

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A roadside assistance kit will contain everything that you could need to fix small problems on the road. They can’t fix everything (you’ll need a mechanic for that) but at least you’ll be able to recharge a dead battery and arrest a bumper on the fly.

If the shit really hits the fan and your vehicle is really in trouble, that’s when the insurance comes in handy. If there’s a fatal problem with the car, trust me, it will be expensive, and having insurance means that you’ll have a bit of financial help.

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Now you could invest in two types of insurance: regular travel insurance or special rental car insurance.

Some travel insurance providers provide basic vehicular coverage and will cover you in certain circumstances. World Nomads insurance is a good example. Granted, there is at times some fine print regarding who qualifies. For example, drivers from some US states cannot qualify for vehicular assistance with World Nomads. Always be sure to double-check.

If you want total protection, go with an independent rental insurance company like Rental Cover. Most offer excellent coverage at very reasonable rates, more so than the rental car company will give you.

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21 Incredible Road Trips in the U.S.

Whether you’re looking for sweeping views of the pacific ocean or a multiday adventure through national parks, these road trips provide plenty of opportunities to explore the united states..

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Glacier National Park is one of many scenic places you can visit on an American road trip.

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In a country as large as the United States, there’s no shortage of destinations and detours to explore by car. Whether your idea of the perfect American road trip entails an epic, cross-country journey or a shorter jaunt through a few of its most iconic national parks , your options are as large and varied as the country itself.

From scenic drives along wildflower-dotted coasts to routes that help you learn more about America’s history, the following U.S. road trips allow you to enjoy the detours as much as the final destination. No matter your mode of transportation—be it van, RV, motorcycle, or four-door sedan—these are 21 of the best road trips in the nation to consider.

Cross-country road trips in the U.S.

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There are many ways to do a cross-country road trip in the USA, but these two itineraries will take you through some truly iconic American places.

1. Bangor, Maine, to Seattle, Washington: The Great Northern on U.S. Route 2

Covering both the U.S. and Canada, a cross-country trip along U.S. 2 is ideal for anyone who wants to experience the vast diversity and expansiveness of North America. This drive runs the entire top border of the U.S. and showcases otherworldly natural wonders like Acadia National Park in Maine, the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Wisconsin, and Mackinac Island in Michigan. The route also passes through Canada, taking road-trippers through Ontario into Quebec—this route may focus on nature, but you won’t want to miss a stop in Montreal or Ottawa.

You’ll also get to explore Montana and Glacier National Park ( reservations required ) before passing the Columbia Plateau and ending in the Pacific Northwest’s largest city, Seattle. Don’t miss spending time in the Olympic Peninsula (home to Olympic National Park) for a peek at one of the most scenic places on the West Coast.

2. Chicago to Los Angeles: A Whiskey Road Trip on Route 66

It doesn’t get more American than a 2,000-mile drive along the entirety of Route 66. And to take your cross-country road trip to the next level, we recommend exploring another American pastime—whiskey.

Starting in Chicago and ending in L.A., you’ll stop by some of the leading craft distilleries in the United States, like Few Spirits in Chicago, Still 630 in St. Louis, and Red Fork Distillery in Tulsa. In between tastings, make time for detours to natural attractions, like the Grand Canyon, and quirky roadside attractions, like Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. Just remember to drink responsibly—this is a road trip after all.

Plan your trip

The full itinerary: Put a New Twist on Route 66—Make It an American Whiskey Road Trip

Shorter road trips throughout the U.S.

Not all of us have the time to drive cross-country. Fortunately there are plenty of amazing, shorter road trip routes (ranging from three days to a week or longer): classic California itineraries , New England routes that shine especially well in the fall, scenic East Coast adventures, and a variety of Midwest journeys for folks farther from the coasts.

3. Dana Point to San Francisco: Driving California’s Pacific Coast Highway

The seemingly endless views of the Pacific Ocean along Highway 1 (also known as the Pacific Coast Highway) are what road trip dreams are made of, and exactly what makes this California road trip so popular. However, with so many stops along the 655-mile stretch, we pulled together a list of the ones well worth pulling over to view. Don’t miss the perfect surfing waves in Santa Cruz, seasonal cuisine in Malibu, an afternoon a the boardwalk in Santa Monica, or a night in Big Sur as you drive between Dana Point (just south of Los Angeles) and San Francisco.

  • The full itinerary: The Best Stops for a Road Trip on the Pacific Coast Highway
  • The AFAR Guide to San Francisco

4. Big Sur to Mono County: A Literary Road Trip Through Northern California

Yes, this itinerary requires you actually put down your book to drive, but seeing some of the pivotal places that shaped American authors will be so worth it. Follow in the footsteps of writers like Jack Kerouac, Maya Angelou, and Amy Tan on this road trip that takes you through literary landmarks in Northern California, such as Caffe Trieste, a meeting place for Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Alan Watts, and other bohemian writers and thinkers. This 12-stop itinerary is perfect if you live in the San Francisco Bay Area because you’ll be able to stay relatively close to home.

The full itinerary: The California Road Trip All Book Lovers Should Take

5. Phoenix to the Grand Canyon: An Iconic Arizona Road Trip

This 240-mile Arizona road trip takes travelers along some of the state’s most iconic highlights, including its most famous one, the Grand Canyon. A great itinerary for first-time visitors and returning travelers alike, it offers plenty of opportunities for scenic drives, hiking, and biking—as well as tasty food along the way. Hike the 2,704-foot-tall Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale or take in the beautiful red rocks of Sedona on a hike to Cathedral Rock while exploring the Grand Canyon State.

  • The full itinerary: The Classic 5-Day Arizona Road Trip
  • Grand Canyon guide: The First-Timer’s Guide to the Grand Canyon
  • Where to eat in Phoenix: A Chef’s Guide to the Best Restaurants
  • Where to stay: The Best Hotels in Arizona ; The Best Airbnbs in Sedona

The Delicate Arch living up to its name in Utah's Arches National Park.

The Delicate Arch living up to its name in Utah’s Arches National Park.

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6. Zion to Grand Canyon: A National Parks Road Trip in the Southwest

If you’re looking to visit as many national parks as possible in one road trip, this southwestern itinerary is for you. This journey through Utah and Arizona lets you hike Angel’s Landing in Zion, feel tiny under Delicate Arch in Arches National Park, explore Fairyland Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon, and, of course, raft down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Most visitors to the Grand Canyon remain on the rim, but we recommend staying at least four days to venture within the canyon and take advantage of the trails and river rafting.

  • The full itinerary: The Ideal Road Trip Through U.S. National Parks
  • Utah’s 8 Best National Parks and Monuments
  • 10 Best National Parks and Monuments in Arizona
  • The First-Timer’s Guide to the Grand Canyon

7. San Juan Scenic Skyway Road Trip: An Adventure Through Southwestern Colorado

This Colorado trip takes you along the 232-mile loop of the San Juan Scenic Skyway, where you will see plenty of alpine forests, mining towns, and craggy peaks. And for anyone looking to enjoy refreshments after a long day of driving, this route features many opportunities to stop at some of the best breweries in Colorado , such as Ska Brewing Co. in Durango.

  • The full itinerary: The Ultimate Southwestern Colorado Road Trip

In small-town Buena Vista, the riverfront Surf Hotel offers front-row seats to Colorado-style adventure seekers.

In small-town Buena Vista, the riverfront Surf Hotel offers front-row seats to Colorado-style adventure seekers.

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8. Denver to Montrose: A 420-Mile Road Trip Through Colorado

Want to explore even more of the Centennial State? Head out on this weeklong road trip where you can fish for salmon in Colorado’s largest reservoir, visit numerous small towns, like Paonia and Crawford, with thriving art scenes along the Colorado Creative Corridor , and explore Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, one of the least visited national parks in the nation.

  • The full itinerary: Art Stars, High-Altitude Wines, and a Remote National Park: The Ultimate Colorado Road Trip
  • Where to stay: The Best Hotels in Colorado
  • The AFAR Guide to Denver

9. Portland to Astoria: An Oregon Coast Road Trip for Outdoor Lovers

If you love the outdoors, then this six-day road trip along the coast of Oregon is for you. After driving to Coos Bay from Portland, travelers will meander along Oregon’s dramatic, rocky coastline, discovering some quintessentially Pacific Northwest vistas along the way: evergreen forests, seaside dunes, and marine ecosystems. Between stops, there are ample opportunities to stretch your legs hiking, kayaking, or strolling around the region’s small towns—like the historic old town in Florence.

Of course, it wouldn’t be an Oregon road trip without a stop (or three) at a craft brewery, such as Fort George Brewery in Astoria, or cozy coffee shop, like Bread & Roses in Yachats.

  • The full itinerary: An Outdoor Lover’s Road Trip on the Oregon Coast
  • The AFAR Guide to Portland

The State Capitol Building in Nashville marks the end of this road (trip).

The State Capitol Building in Nashville marks the end of this road (trip).

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10. Seneca Falls, New York, to Nashville, Tennessee: Follow the Path of the Women’s Suffrage Movement

Starting in New York’s Finger Lakes region and ending at the State Capitol Building in Nashville, this road trip traces the route of the national women’s suffrage movement. Highlights include stops at the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House ; Union Square in New York City, which was the site of the first suffrage march; and the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument in Washington, D.C.

  • The full itinerary: Celebrate Women’s Suffrage on an Epic, Self-Guided Road Trip
  • Where to stay: The Best Hotels in Nashville
  • The AFAR Guide to Nashville
  • The AFAR Guide to Washington, D.C.

11. Charlottesville to Asheville: A Scenic Road Trip Through Virginia and North Carolina

The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most scenic drives in the country. Beginning in the soft hilly meadows of the Appalachian Mountains from Shenandoah National Park down into the Blue Ridge Mountains, then into the Great Smoky Mountains, this five-day road trip is best done at a slower pace, which is perfect for admiring the dramatic outlooks and green plateaus. This eclectic itinerary features stops at an art museum, a dairy farm, and plenty of hiking trails.

  • The full itinerary: The Ultimate Blue Ridge Parkway Road Trip
  • Where to stay: 12 Dreamy Blue Ridge Mountain Cabins You Can Rent on Airbnb and Vrbo

Dowa:kwe dance group from Zuni Pueblo in 2019

Dowa:kwe dance group from Zuni Pueblo in 2019

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12. Albuquerque to Las Cruces: Discover New Mexico on This Three-Day Road Trip

This route steers you away from New Mexican tourist hot spots like Taos and Santa Fe and instead takes you on a three-day adventure with places that teach you about Pueblo history. You’ll stop at Indian Pueblo Kitchen (formerly known as Pueblo Harvest), a restaurant inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center that features Indigenous cuisine ; pick up peppers at Three Brothers in Hatch; and slide down the dunes in White Sands National Park.

The full itinerary: This New Mexico Road Trip Is the Perfect Introduction to the Land of Enchantment

13. A Five-Day Scenic Road Trip Through Texas Hill Country

This Texas road trip starts and ends in San Antonio with stops in small towns like Bandera, Boerne, and Sabinal. Over five days, you’ll find opportunities to stroll in a Japanese tea garden in San Antonio, relax along the Sabinal and Frio Rivers by inner tube, and eat as many tacos as you want. Seriously: You could eat tacos for every meal on this road trip and not get tired of them.

The full itinerary: Tree Houses, Tubing, and Tacos: The Ultimate Texas Hill Country Road Trip

Mount McKinley looms large on a drive through Denali National Park.

Mount McKinley looms large on a drive through Denali National Park.

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14. A Weeklong Road Trip Through Alaska’s Most Majestic Sights

This weeklong drive in Alaska starts and ends in Anchorage. You travel along four scenic byways; explore Wrangell–St. Elias wilderness, the largest U.S. national park; catch sight of Denali, the tallest peak in North America; and enjoy the surprisingly stellar food scene of McCarthy, a one-road town with only a couple dozen residents.

  • The full itinerary: Glaciers, Mountain Peaks, and Organic Farms: The Ultimate Alaska Road Trip
  • Which Alaska National Parks Should You Visit?

15. Boise to Sun Valley: Explore Idaho’s Scenic Byways

Even a short road trip can be packed with adventure, good food, and scenery, which is exactly what this trip from Boise to Sun Valley along Idaho’s Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway offers. Although the drive only takes six hours, we recommend taking a few days to explore all the stops and detours along the way. One can’t-miss spot is the Kirkham Hot Springs , where you can stand under a waterfall that will splash you with 135-degree mineral water year-round.

  • The full itinerary: The Little-Known Idaho Road Trip You Need to Drive
  • Things to do: The Best Outdoorsy Things to Do in Idaho

16. Duluth to Grand Portage State Park: A Scenic Minnesota Sampler

Although there are many appealing road trips throughout the Midwest, this 143-mile, three-hour circuit, which starts and ends in Duluth, Minnesota, is worth keeping in mind. Meandering north on MN-61 with this itinerary, you will enjoy prime views of Lake Superior and towns like Grand Marais, as well as Grand Portage State Park, home to waterfalls, hiking trails, and opportunities to learn about the Ojibwe community who occupy the land today. Once back in Duluth, enjoy a beer at Canal Park Brewing Company before checking into the waterfront Canal Park Lodge nearby.

The AFAR Guide to Minnesota

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Wind your way through colorful foliage in New Hampshire

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17. Kancamagus Highway: A Quintessential New England Drive

Yes, you can take a road trip in New England at any time of the year , but this region shows off its best colors in the fall, when locals and tourists alike head out into the country to view the changing colors of the trees. Join other admirers of fall foliage on this popular, 56-mile road trip along New Hampshire’s Kancamagus Highway, colloquially known as the “Kanc,” for picturesque ponds, hiking trails, and scenic overlooks.

Plan Your Fall Getaway With This Peak Foliage Prediction Map

18. Maine’s “Lobster Trail”: Travel Route 1 Along the Coast

Traveling Route 1, affectionately known as “the lobster trail,” along Maine’s storied, jagged coastline is an exercise in indulgence. Sample lobster dishes in all forms—buttered, steamed, on a roll, or even in a decadent mac-and-cheese.

The trip starts in the quaint small town of Ogunquit, with its rare (for the area) 3.5 miles of white-sand beach. Make your first lobster of the journey count, steamed with a side of drawn butter at Barnacle Billy’s in picturesque Perkins Cove harbor. Stop at Big Daddy’s for a cone on your way to the shipbuilding center—and summer home of George H. W. Bush—Kennebunkport. Stay at the recently redesigned 150-year-old classic White Barn Inn , and consider a sailing trip for an afternoon. With lobsters cooked in ocean water, the legendary lobster roll at the Clam Shack is a must.

8 Scenic East Coast Road Trips to Take This Year

Interior of Leah & Louise restaurant in Charlotte

Throughout North Carolina’s Piedmont region, innovative restaurants, shops, and restaurants like Leah & Louise in Charlotte, above, are creating a buzz.

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19. Raleigh to Charlotte: A 4-Day Trip Through North Carolina’s Reinvented Core

North Carolina’s Piedmont region extends from the coastal plain to the Blue Ridge Mountains , and includes farmland and rolling wooded hills, especially on the 1-40 stretch near Hillsborough. Starting in Raleigh, drive the short distances to Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Charlotte to see how these cities are innovating through art, food, and a celebration of the past. Take your time—four days should do—to experience downtown arts districts, James Beard Award–winning restaurants, and civil rights museums that speak truths. Plan your trip A Road Trip Through North Carolina’s Reinvented Core

20. Scenic Highway 30A: A Sunday Drive Through South Walton, Florida

Florida is full of places to cruise with the top down, but it’s hard to beat a Sunday (or any day) drive along Scenic Highway 30A through northwest Florida, home to a postcard-perfect stretch of seaside towns known as South Walton.

The roughly 28-mile route through South Walton County kisses the coast for nearly all its length, taking you through gorgeous residential Gulf-front communities like Rosemary Beach, Grayton Beach, and Blue Mountain Beach. Roll down the windows and let the emerald-hued views in.

Pull over to explore, too—maybe to admire the New Urbanism architecture in Alys Beach or to swim in the clear waters at Grayton Beach State Park . (The beach here has been lauded among the best in the world.)

The full itinerary: The Florida Road Trip You’ve Been Missing

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Stand-up paddle boarding is just one way to enjoy a Florida Keys sunset.

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21. The Florida Keys: An Island-Hopping Getaway

For a sunny road trip itinerary in Florida, skip Miami and head farther south. Beginning in Key Largo and ending in Key West, the Florida Keys Scenic Highway is often overlooked for more well-known routes up north, but it is well worth going out of your way to experience.

As the name suggests, this route is very scenic, so plan to spend at least a few days exploring it and numerous stops along the way. Some highlights include driving across the impressive Overseas Highway, stopping to admire art in the town of Islamorada, and enjoying the historic sites, food, and (of course) beaches in the city of Key West.

The full itinerary: How to Road Trip in the Lesser-Known Florida Keys

Additional road trip planning resources

Picking the route for your road trip is only one part of your planning. From what snacks to pack to which podcasts to listen to, these additional resources will help you prepare for your next adventure:

  • Best road trip snacks
  • Road trip planning apps
  • Podcasts and audiobooks to download
  • What to pack for a road trip

This article originally appeared online in August 2020. It was most recently updated on April 19, 2023, to include current information. Additional reporting by Jessie Beck, Erika Owen, Ray Rogers, Terry Ward, and Sheryl Nance-Nash.

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Best USA Road Trips: 18 Ideas for Your Next Big Adventure

Julie Last updated: January 28, 2024 United States 20 Comments

Best USA Road Trips Travel Guide

One of the best ways to explore the USA is on a good old-fashioned road trip. Cruise along Route 66, road trip through the Florida Keys, explore the American Southwest, or even drive from coast to coast. In this guide, we share 18 of the best USA road trips…18 great ideas for your next big adventure.

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About these USA Road Trips

These road trips range from just a several days to two weeks in length. Most them are written as 7 to 10-day itineraries.

This is not a list of scenic drives, which are drives that can be done in a few hours or a full day (for example, Going-to-the-Sun Road, the Blue Ridge Parkway, or Beartooth Highway). However, these scenic drives are included in the itineraries below.

For each road trip, we list the approximate distance you will travel and the best time of year for each trip. Most of these can be done all year, but like any travel destination, there are ideal times for each of them.

Most of these road trips include at least one national park. We are on a quest to visit all 63 national parks, and they make perfect road trip destinations.

We have done all but a few of these USA road trips…several are still on our bucket list. And on this list we have a few favorites, what we think are must-have experiences in the USA, and I’ll share those with you at the end of this guide (or you can skip ahead now).

While visiting the national and state parks, national monuments, and public places, please practice the seven principles of Leave No Trace: plan ahead, stay on the trails, pack out what you bring with you, properly dispose of waste, leave areas as you found them, minimize campfire impacts, be considerate of other hikers, and do not approach or feed wildlife.

#1 Route 66

Distance: 2,448 miles Length of Time: 1 to 2 weeks to drive the entire distance, or you can drive a section of Route 66 When to Go: All year

Highlights: Chicago, ghost towns in New Mexico and Texas, quirky roadside shops and restaurants, Petrified Forest National Park, Santa Monica. If you drive the entire length of Route 66, you will drive through eight states: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California.

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Route 66 is one of the most famous roads in the USA. This historic road is also called the Main Street of America and the Mother Road.

This road runs from Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica, California, totaling 2,448 miles. In the 1930’s, it was the route used by those migrating west to escape the Dust Bowl. And in the 1950’s, this route was used by vacationers on their way to Los Angeles.

In the 1960’s, as more direct highways were constructed, traffic along Route 66 declined, leading towards its demise. Portions of Route 66 were bypassed and neglected, although in recent years, there has been revitalization along this route.

As far as planning your road trip, you can drive the entire distance, which takes one to two weeks, depending on what you do along the way. Or, just road through a portion of Route 66.

We have driven Route 66 in Arizona. With quirky roadside stands and several great places to visit along the drive (Petrified Forest National Park, the Meteor Crater, and Flagstaff) this is one of the most iconic sections of the drive.

Route 66 Dinosaurs

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Plan Your USA Road Trip

The Route 66 Road Trip website has lots of information about what to do and see along the way.

#2 California: The Pacific Coast Highway

Distance: 650 miles Time: 7 to 10 days When to Go: spring and summer

Highlights: San Francisco, Monterey, Big Sur, Hearst Castle, Solvang, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles

Pacific Coast Highway Map

Tim and I did this over 20 years ago, and it still remains one of my favorite USA road trips.

The Pacific Coast Highway, also called California State Route 1, runs north to south from Leggett to Dana Point. The classic Pacific Coast Highway road trip runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles, but you can also add on San Diego in the south or continue the drive north into northern California.

This road trip is done point-to-point and can be done in either direction.

The drive between San Francisco to Los Angeles, as the road winds along the rugged coastline in Big Sur, is one of the most beautiful drives in the USA. It takes 8 to 10 hours to drive this stretch of road, but most people break the drive up into several days, spending the night in either Santa Barbara, Solvang, Morro Bay, and/or Monterey.

There are also some great nearby destinations to add on to this road trip. Napa Valley, Pinnacles National Park, and San Diego all make great additions to a Pacific Coast Highway road trip.

Here is a sample 7-day Pacific Coast highway itinerary heading south to north.   Day 1: San Diego Day 2: Los Angeles Day 3: Santa Barbara, Solvang, and Morro Bay Day 4: Big Sur State Park and Monterey Day 5: San Francisco Day 6: San Francisco Day 7: Napa Valley day trip from San Francisco

With more time, you can continue the road trip by heading north to northern California, add on more time in each city, or add on Pinnacles or Yosemite National Parks.

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#3 American Southwest

Distance: Varies, 1,000 – 1,500 miles Time: 7 days to 2 weeks When to Go: Best during the spring and fall months

Highlights: The Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef National Parks

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Admire the breathtaking vistas of the Grand Canyon, hike the thrilling trails in Zion National Park, and photograph the millions of hoodoos in Bryce Canyon. The list keeps going, with the sweeping views of Monument Valley, dusty, off-road adventures in Grand Staircase-Escalante, and numerous slot canyons to scramble through. With more time, you can extend the road trip and head farther into Utah, exploring Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef National Parks.

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Antelope Canyon

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If you have the time, I recommend planning a two-week road trip through this region. On just one road trip, you can visit the Grand Canyon, Utah’s Mighty 5, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, and Las Vegas.

Day 1: Arrive in Las Vegas, Drive to the Grand Canyon Day 2: Grand Canyon National Park Day 3: Grand Canyon National Park Day 4: Page, Arizona: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Day 5: Monument Valley Day 6: The Needles, Canyonlands National Park Day 7: Arches National Park Day 8: Canyonlands National Park: Island in the Sky Day 9: Goblin Valley State Park and Little Wild Horse Canyon Day 10: Capitol Reef National Park Day 11: Capitol Reef or Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Day 12: Bryce Canyon National Park Day 13: Zion National Park Day 14: Drive to Las Vegas and fly home

With less time, we have a great 10-day road trip that includes several highlights and wonderful off-the-beaten-path destinations in the American Southwest, and a 7-day road trip that includes Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. We are frequent visitors to the American Southwest and have a lot of different road trip itineraries on this website.

American Southwest Road Trip Itineraries

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#4 Grand Teton, Yellowstone & Glacier National Parks

Distance: 900 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: Early July through mid-October, when all of the roads in the national parks are open

Highlights: Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Glacier National Parks

Grand Teton Yellowstone Road Trip Map

Day 1: Arrive in Jackson, Wyoming Day 2: Grand Teton Day 3: Grand Teton & Yellowstone Day 4: Yellowstone Day 5: Yellowstone Day 6: Yellowstone Day 7: Drive to Glacier Day 8: Glacier Day 9: Glacier Day 10: Fly Home

This is one of the best USA road trips if you want to visit three popular national parks. We like this road trip so much that we have done it twice.

This USA road trip is done point-to-point. It can be done in either direction, but most people start in Grand Teton and then head north to Glacier National Park.

In Grand Teton National Park, visit Jenny Lake, hike to Inspiration Point or head farther into the Teton Range, go wildlife spotting at Oxbow Bend, photograph the mighty Teton Range, and spend some time in Jackson.

Then head to Yellowstone, where the wildlife sightings are some of the best in the national parks and you can visit bubbling mud pots and technicolor hot springs.

Finally, the trip ends with its grand finale in Glacier National Park. Drive the beautiful Going-to-the-Sun Road, take your pick between short and long hikes, and marvel at this gorgeous national park.

Grand Teton National Park

Schwabacher Landing in Grand Teton National Park

Yellowstone Bison

Hayden Valley, Yellowstone

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park | Best USA Road Trips

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: Grand Teton, Yellowstone & Glacier National Parks: 10 Day Road Trip Itinerary WITH LESS TIME: Yellowstone and Grand Teton Itinerary: How to Plan Your Road Trip GRAND TETON:   15 Best Day Hikes in Grand Teton National Park YELLOWSTONE: 18 Amazing Things to Do in Yellowstone National Park YELLOWSTONE:   Where to Stay in Yellowstone National Park GLACIER:   Top 10 Things to Do in Glacier National Park

#5 Washington State Road Trip

Distance: 1,225 miles Time: 7 to 14 days When to Go: July through September

Highlights: Olympic, Mount Rainier and North Cascades National Parks, Leavenworth, Lake Chelan

Washington Road Trip Map

Day 1: Arrive in Washington, drive to Port Angeles Day 2: Olympic National Park Day 3: Olympic National Park Day 4: Mount Rainier National Park Day 5: Mount Rainier National Park Day 6: Leavenworth Day 7: Lake Chelan Day 8: North Cascades National Park Day 9: North Cascades National Park or Mount Baker Day 10: Fly Home

Washington state makes an excellent road trip destination, especially for outdoor lovers, hikers, and families. Three national parks are located in Washington.

Things to Do in Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip Olympic NP

Olympic National Park | Best USA Road Trips

North Cascades National Park

North Cascades National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Olympic National Park is one of the most diverse national parks in the United States. In just one national park, you can climb peaks as high as 8,000 feet, walk through old growth temperate rainforests, and stroll along beaches littered with driftwood.

For hikers, Mount Rainier is one of the best US national parks to visit. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails loop around Mount Rainier, a glacier-capped active volcano. For an epic experience, you can also climb to the summit of Mount Rainier on a multi-day hiking trip.

North Cascades National Park is one of the least visited national parks in the United States, and we also think that it is one of the most underrated. It’s also another great spot to go hiking.

On a road trip through Washington state, you can also add on the Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth, go wine tasting at Lake Chelan, visit Mount Baker, go on a day hike in the Enchantments, and visit Seattle.

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: 7 to 14 Day Washington Road Trip Itinerary WASHINGTON PARKS: Washington National Parks: Travel Guide & Itinerary MOUNT RAINIER: 14 Amazing Things to Do in Mount Rainier National Park NORTH CASCADES: The Complete Guide to North Cascades National Park OLYMPIC: Best Things to Do in Olympic National Park

#6 Las Vegas to San Diego

Distance: 640 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: fall, winter and spring

Highlights: San Diego, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley National Park, Las Vegas, Valley of Fire State Park (the cover photo for this article)

USA Road Trip Joshua Tree

This USA road trip is great in the wintertime. Joshua Tree and Death Valley tend to be some of the hottest spots in the USA, so it’s best to visit this area when the weather is cool.

Since this road trip is done point-to-point, it can be done in either direction. Here is a sample 10-day itinerary, starting in Las Vegas and ending in Las Vegas. For more information, plus an alternative route that includes the Mojave National Preserve, read our Las Vegas to San Diego Itinerary.

Day 1: Las Vegas Day 2: Valley of Fire day trip from Las Vegas Day 3: Red Rock Canyon or more time in Las Vegas Day 4: Death Valley National Park Day 5: Death Valley National Park Day 6: Drive to Joshua Tree National Park Day 7: Joshua Tree National Park Day 8: Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Day 9: San Diego Day 10: Fly home

For a shorter version of this itinerary, skip Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the day trips from Las Vegas.

Death Valley Sunset

Death Valley National Park | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip with Las Vegas

Las Vegas | Best USA Road Trips

Valley of Fire

Valley of Fire | Best USA Road Trips

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree National Park | Best USA Road Trips

SAN DIEGO:   Best Things to Do in San Diego, California JOSHUA TREE: Top 10 Things to Do in Joshua Tree National Park DEATH VALLEY:   The Complete Guide to Death Valley National Park ANZA-BORREGO DESERT: How to Spend One Day in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park LAS VEGAS:   Best of Las Vegas: Things to Do, Day Trip Ideas & Sample Itineraries VALLEY OF FIRE:  16 Amazing Things to Do in the Valley of Fire RED ROCK CANYON: 2 Short, Fun Hikes in Red Rock Canyon

#7 Florida Keys Road Trip

Distance: 200 miles Time: 7 to 10 days When to Go: All year but this road trip is best from November through March, when the weather is cooler, rainfall is low, and there is no threat from tropical storms or hurricanes.

Highlights: Miami, Key West, Florida Keys, Everglades, Biscayne and Dry Tortugas National Parks

Florida Keys Itinerary Map

White sandy beaches, warm sunny skies, palm trees, key lime pie, warm sunny skies…sounds nice, right?

Driving from Miami to Key West is one of the best USA road trips.

The Florida Overseas Highway connects mainland Florida with Key West. As you road trip through the Florida Keys, you can visit state parks, beautiful beaches, animal conservation centers, breweries, and boutique shops. Dine al fresco, on the beach, in the shade of palm trees.

Spend some time in Miami and Key West and you can also add on three national parks: Biscayne, Everglades, and Dry Tortugas.

Overseas Highway

Seven Mile Bridge | Best USA Road Trips

Key West Road Trip

Key West | Best USA Road Trips

Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Day 1: Arrive in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Day 2: Everglades National Park Day 3: Biscayne National Park Day 4: Florida Keys road trip to Key West Day 5: Key West Day 6: Key West Day 7: Dry Tortugas National Park Day 8: Key West Day 9: Florida Keys road trip to Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Day 10: Fly home

If you have less time, this itinerary can easily be shortened to one week. Travel point-to-point through the Florida Keys. In our Florida Keys Itinerary, we give suggestions on how to do this.

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: 7 – 10 Day Florida Keys Itinerary: Miami, Key West & the National Parks FLORIDA KEYS:  Florida Keys Road Trip: 25 Awesome Things to Do between Key Largo and Key West KEY WEST: 18 Best Things to Do in Key West DRY TORTUGAS: The Complete Guide to Dry Tortugas National Park EVERGLADES: One Perfect Day in Everglades National Park BISCAYNE: Best Things to Do in Biscayne National Park

#8 Northern California & Oregon

Distance: 650 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: Summer and early fall

Highlights: Redwood State and National Parks, Lassen Volcanic National Park and Crater Lake National Park

California Loop Map

On this loop, visit three national parks: Crater Lake, Redwood, and Lassen Volcanic National Parks. This road trip is still on our to-do list. When we were planning one of our big summer trips, we had to choose between the Washington road trip (listed above) and this one. Washington won but we are hoping to do this one soon.

Since this USA road trip is done as a loop, there are several different spots to start this trip. Medford, Oregon is the most convenient location that I have found, since it has one of the largest airports in the area.

Below is a 10-day road trip itinerary starting and ending in Medford.

Day 1: Arrive in Medford, drive to Crater Lake National Park Day 2: Crater Lake National Park Day 3: Crater Lake National Park, drive to Lava Beds National Monument Day 4: Lava Beds National Monument, drive to Lassen Volcanic National Park Day 5: Lassen Volcanic National Park Day 6: Drive to Redwood National Park visiting Whiskeytown on the drive Day 7: Redwood National & State Parks Day 8: Redwood National & State Parks Day 9: Redwood National & State Parks Day 10: Drive to Medford and fly home

Crater Lake

Crater Lake National Park: Nature’s Charm/shutterstock.com

#9 Washington DC to Asheville, North Carolina

Distance: 700 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: May through October

Highlights: Washington DC, Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, New River Gorge National Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Asheville, Gatlinburg

USA Road Trip Map Shenandoah

If you are looking for a USA road trip to do in the fall, this is one of the best on this list . In October, all three national parks are ablaze in fall colors, making this one of the most beautiful times to visit this part of the USA.

Spend a day or two in Washington DC, visiting the Smithsonian Museums, national monuments, and iconic landmarks. Then, leave the city behind, as you road trip through Shenandoah National Park, driving the beautiful Skyline Drive.

Next, drive the Blue Ridge Parkway to Natural Bridge. Take a detour west, spending a few days in one of the USA’s newest national parks, New River Gorge. After New River Gorge, resume the drive south, visiting Asheville, North Carolina, before ending the trip with a visit to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Shenandoah NP

Shenandoah National Park in October | Best USA Road Trips

West Virginia

New River Gorge National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Biltmore

The Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina | Best USA Road Trips

Great Smoky Mountains Cabin

Great Smoky Mountains National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Day 1: Washington DC Day 2: Washington DC Day 3: Shenandoah National Park Day 4: Blue Ridge Parkway, Natural Bridge, New River Gorge National Park Day 5: New River Gorge National Park Day 6: New River Gorge National Park Day 7: Drive to Asheville, North Carolina Day 8: Asheville Day 9: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Day 10: Gatlinburg and fly home

To turn this into a 7-day itinerary, eliminate New River Gorge National Park and do this as a road trip from Washington DC to Asheville, North Carolina.

WASHINGTON DC: One Day Walking Tour of Washington DC SHENANDOAH: Best Things to Do in Shenandoah National Park NEW RIVER GORGE: 20 Amazing Things to Do in New River Gorge National Park NEW RIVER GORGE: 6 Great Hikes in New River Gorge National Park ASHEVILLE: How to Plan a Weekend Getaway to Asheville, North Carolina GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS: A Weekend in Great Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg

#10 Arizona Road Trip

Distance: 1,080 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: Fall, winter and spring

Highlights: Grand Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, Saguaro National Park, Petrified Forest National Park, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend

Arizona Road Trip Map

On this Arizona road trip itinerary, you will visit three national parks, drive past the buttes and mesas of Monument Valley, walk through magical Antelope Canyon, and hike the desert hills of Sedona. Arizona is home to some of the most iconic landscapes in the United States and this road trip is the perfect way to see them.

Day 1: Arrive in Phoenix, Saguaro National Park Day 2: Saguaro National Park Day 3: Petrified Forest National Park Day 4: Monument Valley Day 5: Antelope Canyon Day 6: Grand Canyon Day 7: Grand Canyon Day 8: Grand Canyon & Sedona Day 9: Sedona Day 10: Fly Home

Arizona is a large state with a lot to do. This road trip focuses on the national parks, Sedona, and Monument Valley, but if you have more time, you can also add on Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, and Scottsdale.

Grand Canyon USA Road Trip

Grand Canyon National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Sedona Arizona

Sedona, Arizona | Best USA Road Trips

Saguaro

Saguaro National Park | Best USA Road Trips

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: The Ultimate Arizona Road Trip Itinerary SEDONA: The Complete Guide to Sedona, Arizona GRAND CANYON: The Complete Guide to the Grand Canyon SAGUARO: 8 Amazing Things to Do at Saguaro National Park PETRIFIED FOREST: Petrified Forest Travel Guide & Itinerary ANTELOPE CANYON: Should You Visit Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon? MONUMENT VALLEY: The Complete Guide to Monument Valley for First-Time Visitors

#11 Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Distance: 100 to 300 miles Time: 1 to 7 days When to Go: All year

Highlights: Distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Louisville, Bardstown, Lexington

KBT Map

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail (KBT) is a collection of eighteen bourbon distilleries located in and around Louisville. If you want to tour all eighteen distilleries, you need a minimum of seven days. For those who just want a taste of the KBT, this area also makes a great weekend getaway.

There is a lot more to do in this part of Kentucky than just tour bourbon distilleries. Enjoy the nightlife in Louisville, watch a horse race at Churchill Downs, drive through scenic bluegrass Kentucky, visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, or spend the night in a historic tavern.

Bourbon

Maker’s Mark | Best USA Road Trips

Horse Racing

Horse Racing at Churchill Downs | Best USA Road Trips

Kentucky Bourbon Trail in a Weekend

  Friday: Arrive in Louisville, evening distillery tour and dinner Saturday: Buffalo Trace, Woodford Reserve, Four Roses, Bardstown Bourbon, sleep in Bardstown Sunday: Lux Row, Maker’s Mark, fly home

Kentucky Bourbon Trail in One Week

  Day 1: Louisville distilleries Day 2: Louisville: museums, distillery tours and Churchill Downs Day 3: Distilleries near Owensboro Day 4: Bardstown distilleries Day 5: Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam, and the Kentucky Cooperage Day 6: Wilderness Trail, Four Roses, Wild Turkey, and Woodford Reserve Day 7: Distilleries between Lexington and Louisville

One week is a long time to spend on the bourbon trail and it will get repetitive. I only recommend doing this if you are a BIG fan of bourbon. It took us several different trips to Kentucky to visit all of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail distilleries.

KBT ITINERARY: Kentucky Bourbon Trail Itinerary: Suggestions for 1 Day to 1 Week KBT GUIDE: The Ultimate Guide to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail DISTILLERIES: Best Distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail LOUISVILLE: Best Things to do in Louisville, Kentucky

#12 Alaska Road Trip

Distance: 700 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: May through September

Highlights: Anchorage, Seward, Valdez, Kenai Fjords and Wrangell – St. Elias National Parks

Alaska Road Trip Map

There are many different ways to put together an Alaskan road trip, and in our Alaska Itinerary post, we share three detailed itineraries.

Our favorite is a 10-day trip that includes Anchorage, Seward, Valdez, Kenai Fjords, and Wrangell – St. Elias. It’s our favorite for two reasons.

For one thing, Wrangell – St. Elias is one of the most underrated US national parks. This place blew us away, with its multiple ranges of mountain peaks, glacier hiking, and flightseeing.

The second reason is that Denali Park Road, in Denali National Park, is closed at about the halfway point, while a bridge is constructed around a landslide. Until this road fully reopens (2023 or later), I think it is best to save Denali and visit the other Alaskan national parks instead.

In our article 10 Day Alaska Itinerary: 3 Road Trip Ideas, we provide three different road trip routes through Alaska, but below is the 10-day itinerary with Wrangell – St. Elias and Kenai Fjords National Parks.

Day 1: Arrive in Anchorage Day 2: Drive to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Day 3: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Day 4: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Day 5: Drive to Valdez Day 6: Valdez Day 7: Cruise to the Kenai Peninsula Day 8: Kenai Fjords National Park Day 9: Kenai Fjords National Park Day 10: Fly home

With more time, you can add on Denali or add on a day trip to Lake Clark or Katmai National Parks.

Alaska Road Trip Itinerary Photo

Kenai Fjords National Park | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip in Alaska

Wrangell – St. Elias National Park & Preserve | Best USA Road Trips

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: 1o Day Alaska Itinerary: 3 Epic Road Trip Ideas WRANGELL – ST. ELIAS: 10 Best Things to Do in Wrangell – St. Elias National Park & Preserve ANCHORAGE TO VALDEZ: Driving from Anchorage to Valdez: Best Things to Do, Map & Photos DENALI: 16 Best Things to Do in Denali National Park KATMAI: 8 Amazing Things to Do in Katmai National Park

#13 New England Road Trip: Acadia to Boston

Distance: 700 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: Late spring through fall; October is the best time for fall colors

Highlights: Acadia National Park, Kancamagus Highway, Franconia Notch State Park, Stowe, Lake Champlain, the Berkshires, Boston

New England Road Trip Map

This is a road trip that is very high on our to-do list. We have been to Acadia National Park and Boston, the starting and ending points of this itinerary, and loved both experiences. Our visit to Acadia coincided with peak fall colors and it’s breathtaking.

We live in the mid-Atlantic region of the US so we get to see some beautiful fall colors in our backyard, but there is something extra special about New England in October. Not only do the fall colors seem more vibrant, but the small towns and state parks make this region one of the most beautiful destinations in the USA for a fall road trip.

Day 1: Acadia National Park Day 2: Acadia National Park Day 3: Portland, Maine Day 4: Drive to Conway, then drive the scenic Kancamagus Highway, visit Franconia Notch State Park, and sleep in or near Franconia Day 5: Stowe, Burlington, and Lake Champlain Day 6: Drive to Lenox, Massachusetts in the Berkshires Day 7: Drive to Boston Day 8: Boston Day 9: Boston Day 10: Fly home

Acadia National Park October

Acadia National Park in October | Best USA Road Trips

Boston

Boston | Best USA Road Trips

  Since we have not done this road trip yet, we have limited information. But here are a few posts which will be helpful:   ACADIA:   The Complete Guide to Acadia National Park BOSTON:   Best Things to Do in Boston, Massachusetts BOSTON:  Tips for Walking the Freedom Trail in Boston

#14 Utah’s Mighty 5

Distance: 900 miles Time: 7 to 10 days When to Go: Spring and fall

Highlights: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks

Mighty 5 Map

If you like rugged, desert landscapes, it is hard to beat the beauty of Utah. If you are a hiker, there are enough trails in these parks to keep you busy for weeks. And if you like a good road trip, Utah is the perfect place to explore from behind the wheel of a car.

Without a doubt, this is one of the best USA road trips. We can’t get enough of this part of the USA…Utah keeps calling us back.

Hike the bucket list worthy trails at Zion, explore the fantasyland of hoodoos in Bryce Canyon, photograph the arches and unique rock formations at Arches National Park, explore the waterpocket fold in Capitol Reef, marvel at the landscapes at Canyonlands Island in the Sky, and hike through the unique landscape in The Needles at Canyonlands.

This is just a short list of things to do on a Mighty 5 road trip. You can spend weeks here and never run out of new things to do.

Delicate Arch

Arches National Park | Best USA Road Trips

The Needles Canyonlands

The Needles, Canyonlands National Park | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip with Mighty 5

Capitol Reef National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Day 1: Arrive in Salt Lake City, drive to Moab Day 2: Arches National Park Day 3: Canyonlands National Park Day 4: Drive to Capitol Reef, visit Capitol Reef, sleep in Torrey or near Bryce Canyon Day 5: Bryce Canyon, drive to Zion, sleep in Springdale Day 6: Zion National Park Day 7: Drive to Las Vegas, fly home

MIGHTY 5: Utah’s Mighty 5: Travel Guide & Road Trip Itinerary UTAH ITINERARY: The Ultimate Utah National Parks Road Trip Itinerary ZION: The Complete Guide to Zion National Park BRYCE CANYON: One Perfect Day in Bryce Canyon National Park CAPITOL REEF: 14 Amazing Things to Do in Capitol Reef National Park CANYONLANDS: Top 10 Things to Do in Canyonlands National Park ARCHES: One Perfect Day in Arches National Park

#15 Colorado Road Trip

Distance: 1,050 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: Summer and early fall

Highlights: Rocky Mountain, Great Sand Dunes, Mesa Verde and Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Parks, Aspen and Snowmass, Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, and numerous scenic drives.

USA Road Trip Colorado

With four national parks, numerous national forests and state parks, plus historic towns scattered throughout the Rocky Mountains, Colorado makes an awesome road trip destination.

Our 10-day road trip itinerary includes all four national parks, which are linked together with some of Colorado’s best scenic drives (the San Juan Skyway, the Million Dollar Highway, Top of the Rockies, Mount Evans Scenic Byway, and Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park).

Best Hikes in Rocky Mountains

Sky Pond, Rocky Mountain National Park

Mesa Verde

Mesa Verde National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Black Canyon of the Gunnison

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

Colorado Road Trip Photo

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Day 1: Arrive in Colorado, drive to Colorado Springs Day 2: Garden of the Gods & Pikes Peak Day 3: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Day 4: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Day 5: Mesa Verde National Park Day 6: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Day 7: Drive to Rocky Mountain National Park Day 8: Rocky Mountain National Park Day 9: Rocky Mountain National Park Day 10: Fly Home

This itinerary is done as a loop, starting and ending in either Denver or Colorado Springs. It’s a great road trip for families, hikers, and those who love the great outdoors and scenic drives.

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: The Perfect Colorado Itinerary: National Parks & Scenic Drives COLORADO PARKS: Colorado National Parks: Travel Guide & Road Trip Itinerary ROCKY MOUNTAIN: The Ultimate Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park GREAT SAND DUNES: 8 Amazing Things to Do in Great Sand Dunes National Park MESA VERDE: Top 10 Things to Do in Mesa Verde National Park BLACK CANYON OF THE GUNNISON: How to Visit Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park SCENIC DRIVES: 9 Spectacular Scenic Drives in Colorado

#16 Yellowstone to Mount Rushmore

Distance: 1,400 miles Time: 10 days When to Go: May through October

Highlights: Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Badlands and Wind Cave National Parks, Devils Tower, Mount Rushmore, Beartooth Highway, Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming, Custer State Park

Yellowstone to Mount Rushmore Map

With 10 days, you can visit Yellowstone, Devils Tower, and Mount Rushmore, but that’s not all. You also have enough time to visit the highlights of Grand Teton, day trip out to Badlands National Park, spend some time at Wind Cave National Park, and cruise the scenic drives and spot wildlife at Custer State Park.

That’s four national parks in one road trip, not to mention two national monuments, one incredible state park, and several very scenic drives.

Day 1: Arrive in Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park Day 2: Grand Teton National Park Day 3: Yellowstone National Park Day 4: Yellowstone National Park Day 5: Yellowstone National Park Day 6: Bighorn Mountains & Devils Tower Day 7: Spearfish Canyon, Deadwood, Lead & Mount Rushmore Day 8: Custer State Park Day 9: Badlands National Park Day 10: Wind Cave National Park & Fly Home

It’s possible to do this in 7-days, although you will have to give up a few destinations. Get the details on how to do this by clicking here.

Best Yellowstone Itinerary

Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park

USA Road Trips Beartooth Highway

Beartooth Highway | Best USA Road Trips

Mount Rushmore National Monument

Mount Rushmore National Monument | Best USA Road Trips

USA Road Trip Badlands

Badlands National Park | Best USA Road Trips

READ THE FULL ITINERARY: Yellowstone, Devils Tower and Mount Rushmore: 10 Day Road Trip Itinerary ROAD TRIP GUIDE: How to Drive between Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone: Road Trip Routes YELLOWSTONE: Complete Guide to Yellowstone National Park BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY: Beartooth Highway: Things to Do, Map, Photos & Travel Tips GRAND TETON: Best Things to Do in Grand Teton National Park DEVILS TOWER: The Complete Guide to Devils Tower: How to Plan Your Visit MOUNT RUSHMORE: Mount Rushmore: 10 Things to Know Before You Go BADLANDS: 15 Best Things to Do in Badlands National Park WIND CAVE: 6 Great Things to Do in Wind Cave National Park

#17 California National Parks

Distance: 700 miles Time: 7 to 10 days When to Go: May through October; some roads in Yosemite are only open from mid to late-May through mid-October

Highlights: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks

California Road Trip Map

This itinerary starts in San Francisco, travels through three national parks, ending in Los Angeles.

This road trip skips Death Valley National Park. Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks are best in the summer and fall, when the roads are open. This happens to be the worst time to visit Death Valley, since it is so hot. You can add on Death Valley, just be prepared for scorching temperatures if you plan to do this from May through October.

We did this road trip in 2017. At that time, there was a road closure on the Pacific Coast Highway, so we drove through Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, rather than taking the coastal route. This also makes a very nice USA road trip, particularly for those who are trying to visit all of the US National Parks.

Day 1: San Francisco Day 2: San Francisco Day 3: Drive to Yosemite Day 4: Yosemite National Park Day 5: Yosemite National Park Day 6: Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks Day 7: Drive to LA or San Diego

You can turn this into a longer national park road trip by adding on Channel Islands National Park when you are in LA. And if you can brave the heat, spend a day in Death Valley. That totals five national parks in one road trip.

USA Road Trip with Yosemite

Yosemite National Park | Best USA Road Trips

Sequoia NP

Sequoia National Park | Best USA Road Trips

SAN FRANCISCO: Best Things to Do in San Francisco YOSEMITE: Yosemite for First Timer’s: Best Views, Best Hikes & the Best Things to Do YOSEMITE: How to Hike Half Dome: A Step-By-Step Guide KINGS CANYON & SEQUOIA: One Perfect Day in Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks

#18 The All-American Cross Country Road Trip

Distance: 3,000 miles Time: 10+ days When to Go: best in the spring, summer, and fall

Highlights: The USA

USA Road Trip Cross Country

Driving cross country is the ultimate USA road trip. Crossing the country by car, visiting small towns, big cities, national parks, and numerous landmarks along the way is definitely a bucket list kind of trip. In fact, it’s still on our travel wish list.

There are many different ways to drive across the US. It takes about 5 days to do this drive, averaging 8 hours a day, without making any stops. Once you start adding on time for sightseeing and detours, the distance and amount of time spent gets much longer.

Ideally, plan on doing this over a minimum of 10 days, although more time is better. Some people set aside a full month, or the entire summer, to road trip across the United States.

Here are a few cross-country road trip ideas:

Connect two big cities, New York and LA, visiting the Las Vegas, Moab, Denver, Nashville, and Washington DC on the drive (3,200 miles).

On a northern route, start in Boston, visit Niagara Falls, drive through Chicago, South Dakota, visit Yellowstone, and end in Seattle. (3,300 miles)

If you are looking to do this in the winter, you can drive across the southern US, starting in San Diego, going through Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, visiting New Orleans and the Florida panhandle, ending your trip in Savannah, Orlando, or going all of the way to Miami (2,700 miles).

Which One(s) Should You Do?

If you need help trying to decide which road trip to do, here are a few suggestions.

Our favorites are the American Southwest, Utah’s Mighty 5, and Alaska.

Best Road Trips for Families

  • Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Glacier National Parks
  • American Southwest
  • Utah’s Mighty 5
  • Yellowstone to Mount Rushmore

Best Road Trips for Hikers

  • Washington road trip
  • Colorado road trip
  • Alaska road trip
  • California national park road trip (Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia)
  • Northern California and Oregon loop

Best Road Trips for Non-Hikers

  • Florida Keys road trip
  • New England road trip
  • Kentucky Bourbon Trail
  • Pacific Coast Highway in California

Best Road Trips for Fall Colors

  • Washington DC to Asheville

Best Road Trips in the Winter

  • Florida Keys
  • Arizona road trip
  • Las Vegas to San Diego

You can also visit Utah’s Mighty 5 or do an American Southwest road trip, but it can be cold and there is a chance of snow.

There are many more ways to plan a USA road trip than what we list above. In the comment section below, share your favorite road trips…we are always looking for new ideas and our readers would like to see them too. Thanks!

And if you have any questions about these road trip itineraries, you can also let us know in the comment section below.

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Hi, my husband and I are planning a road trip in July and are trying to work out a route which will take in everything we would like to see and I wondered if you could help. We are flying into Denver, picking up a car and, after a long flight will probably stay in Denver the first night. The places we would like to visit are Wind Cave National Park, Mount Rushmore, Deadwood, Devils Tower, Storybook Island, Yellowstone National Park and anywhere else of interest and beauty. We are due to fly back to the UK on the 25th July. Perhaps we are being a bit ambitious but would be very grateful if you could help plan a route we could take. Regards Sandie

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Hello Sandie. Most of the places you list are on our 7 day South Dakota itinerary . If you haven’t been to Badlands NP yet, it’s amazing and worth adding on to your visit. On day 6 of that itinerary, drive to Devils Tower and then stay nearby. To get to Yellowstone, take a look at our post about driving across Wyoming to pick your route to Yellowstone and spend that night in Cody. I don’t know how long your trip is, but you can get ideas on how to plan your time in Yellowstone with our Yellowstone Itinerary . If you have to get back to Denver, it is roughly a 10 hour drive. It might be best to take a short flight from Bozeman or Jackson to get to Denver.   As far as putting time into Colorado , if you wanted to do this, Rocky Mountain NP is close to Denver so you could do a day or 2 (or more) here. Another idea is to drive up Pikes Peak.   I hope this helps and let me know if you have more questions! Cheers, Julie

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Could you list all the books/guides that you have published? I am looking for a comprehensive list of guides for US. Road trips and places to visit in the US.

As far as eBooks that can be purchased, we have eBooks for Utah’s Mighty 5, an Arches Canyonlands Capitol Reef itinerary, a Grand Teton hiking guide, a Grand Teton Yellowstone and Glacier NP itinerary, a 10 Day American Southwest itinerary, and a South Dakota itinerary. You can see all of them in our Etsy store . I also recommend referring to our United States Travel Guide and our US National Parks page . Cheers, Julie

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What budget do you recommend putting aside for a 5 night stay mid-range hotel?

That really depends on where in the USA you plan to go and the time of year you plan to do your road trip. A mid-range hotel can range from $100 to $350 per night, depending on the location and time of year. In recent years, we have found that hotels around national parks can be surprisingly expensive, especially at peak season. Cities can be expensive as well. Cheers, Julie

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Hi Julie, I’m from Australia and planning to do the American Southwest in Sept. this will be my first time visiting the States. Here are my questions 1) is it safe to drive and hike solo? 2) do I need a 4wd car especially driving around the Monument Valley? 3) how good phone reception in these areas?

I really appreciate your input.

Hello Nas. That’s exciting that you are planning your first trip to the USA. Yes, it is safe to hike and drive solo in the American Southwest. I would not hesitate to take a solo trip here myself. You will need a 4WD if you plan to do Moki Dugway but for everything else that we have done in that area, a 4WD is not necessary. Phone reception won’t be very good outside of the small towns in this area. You’ll have some cellular service along some of the highways as you drive around, but don’t depend on it. We cache our maps just in case we do not have cellular service. But, for the most part, cellular service will be spotty in the national parks and outside of the towns. Cheers, Julie

Thanks Julie! That’s a huge relief. I will be travelling around the USA for 6-8 weeks and honestly no idea what to expect. A silly question, can you tell me how tipping culture works?

Btw I did a few hikes in Lofoten islands and Trolltunga, Norway last year based on information i gathered from here. I also did reach out to you asking a few questions which were very useful 🙂

Tipping in the US is a lot different from Australia. At restaurants, it’s typical to leave a 15% tip, 20% for outstanding service. Tip taxi drivers and bell hops a few dollars. Getting tipped is expected in the US and some restaurants will already add it to the bill, so check that before leaving a tip. If you have any other questions, please let me know and I’d be happy to help. Cheers, Julie

I will keep that in mind. Any recommendations for reliable car rental companies at Las Vegas Airport? Also which US SIM card is best?

I will be reading more of your USA blogs and definitely more questions to follow. Thanks for your kindness Julie!

In the USA (and around the world) we use Avis and Budget the most and for the most part, always have a very good experience. Other companies we use include Hertz and Sixt. We use Verizon in the USA and it has the fastest, most widespread coverage throughout the US. You can also compare prices with Airalo. This is an eSIM company that we use when we travel, and so far have used it in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, and Samoa and have had a good experience. It may not be as fast as getting a SIM card from a carrier such as Verizon, but it is convenient in that you don’t have to visit a store and it might be cheaper. We have no experience using Airalo in the USA. Cheers, Julie

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We have been to many of the places in this article for the best US road trips as a couple but would love to roadtrip through Utah and camp with our dogs. Are you able to name some of the best dog friendly campgrounds in Utah near the state and national parks that we could check out? Most national parks aren’t very dog friendly so it’s difficult to find some that are.

Hello Stacy. Thanks for writing in. We haven’t traveled with dogs so aren’t familiar with dog-friendly campgrounds. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to answer your question but hopefully some more searching online will get you the answers you need. Cheers, Julie

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Hi! Where do you recommend to stay at Yosemite NP? Thank you!

The best place to stay is inside of the park, in Yosemite Valley. We stayed in Mariposa, so we had a bit of a drive back and forth to the park, but we were able to get cheap lodging. Closer places than Mariposa are El Portal and Yosemite West. Cheers, Julie

Thank you so much! We’re planning for next summer and the prices for hotels inside the park are over $500… such a bummer. We’ll check the cities you suggest.

Wow! That’s so expensive. Good luck!

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We want to get on Route 66 in Oklahoma, is that 40? Are the attractions on that road or do you have to exit off? Our final stop is the Grand Canyon. We want to travel the Route Oklahoma in to Arizona

Hello Jennifer. I have not driven all of Route 66 yet but included it in this post since it is a classic USA road trip. I do believe that some parts of Route 66 also includes I-40. For the Route 66 itinerary, I provided a link to a guide to Route 66 which should have the answers to your questions. Cheers, Julie

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As the end of summer draws nearer, many Americans are looking to get in a final excursion for the season — but whether it's convenience, daunting airfares, or flight delays, a quick stop-free road trip into nature remains one of the best options. Gas up the car, pack a lunch, and be home by dinner with these picturesque day trips around America.

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This classic 62-mile Montana drive outside Bozeman combines panoramic "A River Runs Through It"-style scenery with cool historic small towns to explore along the way, including Livingston. Flanked by mountains while following the path of the glorious Yellowstone River under a wide-open Montana sky, you'll never want this drive to end.

Paradise Valley Scenic Loop | Montana

<p>This gorgeous 52-mile mountain drive outside Asheville takes travelers along the world-famous Blue Ridge Parkway (one of America's most iconic drives) as it winds its way up toward the highest point east of the Mississippi River at Mount Mitchell State Park. Cresting the Continental Divide with plenty of wide-open vistas, the drive takes roughly 1.5 hours.</p>

Mount Mitchell Scenic Byway | North Carolina

This gorgeous 52-mile mountain drive outside Asheville takes travelers along the world-famous Blue Ridge Parkway (one of America's most iconic drives) as it winds its way up toward the highest point east of the Mississippi River at Mount Mitchell State Park. Cresting the Continental Divide with plenty of wide-open vistas, the drive takes roughly 1.5 hours.

<p>There is perhaps no more <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/american-west-photos/">iconic image of the American West</a> than Monument Valley. Perched along U.S. Route 163 on the Arizona/Utah border, the classic red sandstone buttes have made appearances in films from "The Lone Ranger" to "Forrest Gump." The 17-mile Valley Drive is the perfect way to take in this bucket-list-worthy landscape within the Navajo Nation. </p>

Monument Valley Drive | Arizona and Utah

There is perhaps no more iconic image of the American West than Monument Valley. Perched along U.S. Route 163 on the Arizona/Utah border, the classic red sandstone buttes have made appearances in films from "The Lone Ranger" to "Forrest Gump." The 17-mile Valley Drive is the perfect way to take in this bucket-list-worthy landscape within the Navajo Nation. 

<p>Oregon's southern Cascade Mountains are the stars of this spirited 172-mile route through Umpqua National Forest. Instead of taking Interstate 5 between the towns of Gold Hill and Rosenberg, this route follows the natural flow of Oregon's fabled Rogue and Umpqua rivers as travelers pass an array of waterfalls, gorges, and rushing water that seems little altered by the course of history. </p><p><b>For more great travel guides and vacation tips, <a href="https://cheapism.us14.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=de966e79b38e1d833d5781074&id=c14db36dd0">please sign up for our free newsletters</a>.</b></p>

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Oregon's southern Cascade Mountains are the stars of this spirited 172-mile route through Umpqua National Forest. Instead of taking Interstate 5 between the towns of Gold Hill and Rosenberg, this route follows the natural flow of Oregon's fabled Rogue and Umpqua rivers as travelers pass an array of waterfalls, gorges, and rushing water that seems little altered by the course of history.

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<p>Few states are better suited for scenic drives than Maine; pretty much any trip can be considered picturesque. But no image is more iconic than the Maine lighthouse perched along the coast overlooking the ocean. Experience <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/us-lighthouses-14085/">several of these majestic wonders</a> along this 308-mile road trip extending almost the entire coast of Maine from Kittery to Bar Harbor, with plenty of fun surprises along the way. </p>

Maine Lighthouse Drive | Maine

Few states are better suited for scenic drives than Maine; pretty much any trip can be considered picturesque. But no image is more iconic than the Maine lighthouse perched along the coast overlooking the ocean. Experience several of these majestic wonders along this 308-mile road trip extending almost the entire coast of Maine from Kittery to Bar Harbor, with plenty of fun surprises along the way. 

<p>This 130-mile drive from Boise makes its way through Boise National Forest across mountains and rivers en route to the endlessly charming small town of Stanley, where you can have "your own private Idaho" moment amid the vast open spaces. Be sure to check out funky, historic Idaho City along the way.</p>

Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway | Idaho

This 130-mile drive from Boise makes its way through Boise National Forest across mountains and rivers en route to the endlessly charming small town of Stanley, where you can have "your own private Idaho" moment amid the vast open spaces. Be sure to check out funky, historic Idaho City along the way.

<p>At Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park, scenic-drive seekers will find plenty of stunning mountain vistas to enjoy along the Peak to Peak Highway from Boulder to the national park's gateway town of Estes Park. A more laid-back alternative to the more heavily trafficked Highway 36, the winding mountain road passes through a stunning photo-op church called Chapel on the Rock. </p>

Peak to Peak Highway | Colorado

At Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park, scenic-drive seekers will find plenty of stunning mountain vistas to enjoy along the Peak to Peak Highway from Boulder to the national park's gateway town of Estes Park. A more laid-back alternative to the more heavily trafficked Highway 36, the winding mountain road passes through a stunning photo-op church called Chapel on the Rock. 

<p>Between the harbor town of Seward and the port town of Anchorage, the <a href="http://www.alaska.org/guide/seward-highway">Seward Highway</a> spans 127 miles of mostly unspoiled wilderness. Pull over for salmon viewing at Moose Creek (a good summertime activity) or gaze at Kenai Lake, a zigzag-shaped body of water in Chugach National Forest famous for its scenery.</p>

Seward Highway | Alaska

Starting and ending in the already picturesque artist community of Taos, this 84-mile loop circles the 13,161-foot Wheeler Peak, the tallest peak in the state. You'll also pass a diverse terrain of historic small towns, alpine lakes, and ski resorts in <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/movie-locations-you-must-see/">this cinematic oasis</a> that also served as locations for works such as "Easy Rider" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."

Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway | New Mexico

<p>In its 200 miles, the Green Mountain Byway cuts straight through the center of Vermont, affording visitors a convenient route through the state's lush farmland and many of its best communities for tourists, including Stowe, Wilmington, and Granville. In terms of iconic New England scenery, this route is difficult to beat.</p>

Green Mountain Byway | Vermont

<p>This wholly unique 17-mile scenic byway about an hour south of Charleston offers a glimpse into history as you pass through classic South Carolina Lowcountry terrain en route to Edisto Beach State Park. You'll discover historic churches, wild salt marshes, laid-back beaches, and — if you're lucky — get an exterior shot of the Instagram-crushing Flowers Seafood Co. draped under Spanish moss.</p>

Edisto Island National Scenic Byway | South Carolina

This wholly unique 17-mile scenic byway about an hour south of Charleston offers a glimpse into history as you pass through classic South Carolina Lowcountry terrain en route to Edisto Beach State Park. You'll discover historic churches, wild salt marshes, laid-back beaches, and — if you're lucky — get an exterior shot of the Instagram-crushing Flowers Seafood Co. draped under Spanish moss.

<p>This show-stopping 15-mile stretch of highway south of Sedona offers a mind-blowing representation of the classic West blended with a palpable spiritual energy that has brought soul seekers to the area throughout history. Appeal to a higher authority as you gaze at the rugged rock formations that surround this epic road trip.</p>

Red Rock Scenic Byway | Arizona

This show-stopping 15-mile stretch of highway south of Sedona offers a mind-blowing representation of the classic West blended with a palpable spiritual energy that has brought soul seekers to the area throughout history. Appeal to a higher authority as you gaze at the rugged rock formations that surround this epic road trip.

<p>As America's first scenic highway and a National Historic Landmark known as the "King of Roads," this fabled 70-mile Oregon route follows the path of the Columbia River from Portland to the delightful town of Hood River. Waterfalls abound on this marvelous stretch of roadway cutting through Mount Hood National Forest, including the oft-photographed 620-foot Multnomah Falls. </p>

Historic Columbia River Scenic Byway | Oregon

As America's first scenic highway and a National Historic Landmark known as the "King of Roads," this fabled 70-mile Oregon route follows the path of the Columbia River from Portland to the delightful town of Hood River. Waterfalls abound on this marvelous stretch of roadway cutting through Mount Hood National Forest, including the oft-photographed 620-foot Multnomah Falls. 

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Lake Shore Drive | Chicago

While traveling down Lake Shore Drive might not be the most relaxing recreational activity during a typical workweek in Chicago, an unhurried weekend jaunt is certainly worth a spin. The world-famous 16-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 41 in downtown Chicago extends along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, passing both laid-back beaches and towering city skyscrapers.

<p>The gorgeous Hana Highway along the eastern coast of Maui is 52 miles long and not for drivers who are in a hurry. The roadway boasts 600 curves and a whopping 59 bridges (many of which are single lane). It clings to cliffsides in what travelers contend is a worthwhile but sometimes hair-raising trip. <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/best-of-hawaii-on-a-budget-18560/">Along the way</a>, stop at Pua'a Ka'a State Park to enjoy its waterfalls and swimming holes. You'll likely have to wait, though: In March, the highway was <a href="https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/hawaii/articles/2020-03-18/hawaii-construction-industry-may-ease-virus-economic-impact">closed temporarily to nonresidents</a>.</p>

Hana Highway | Hawaii

<p>Colorful <a href="https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/palo-duro-canyon">Palo Duro Canyon</a> is second only in size to a far more famous canyon: the Grand Canyon. The park is a major draw for hikers, mountain bikers, bird watchers, and most of all, for horseback riders, who can explore 1,500 acres on their own horse or during a guided tour. Watch for hoodoos, which are thin spires of rock and minerals topped by harder, less-easily-eroded rock formations that appear to be precariously balanced, and the little Palo Duro mouse, native to just three Texas counties. </p><p><strong>Don't miss:</strong> Enjoy a tasty chuck-wagon dinner and a <a href="https://www.texas-show.com">family-friendly show, "Texas,"</a> surrounded by the natural beauty of the park at the Pioneer Amphitheater, though the show has closed for the 2022 season.  </p>

Texas State Highway 207 | Texas

One of the most underrated natural landscapes in all of America, Palo Duro Canyon in the Texas panhandle can be best experienced along a deserted 48-mile stretch of Texas State Highway 207 between Silverton and Claude. Marvel at views of this classic red-hued American West landscape along the border of Palo Duro Canyon State Park and picture yourself in a John Wayne flick.

Connecting the Tualatin Valley outside Portland with the Pacific Ocean, this scenic drive through Tillamook National Forest gives pretty much all of it away in its name. The 68-mile byway passes rushing rivers, serene forests, and <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/good-cheap-wine-made-in-america/">wine country</a> before dropping you off to gaze into the ocean from Cape Meares State Park.

Trees to Seas Scenic Byway | Oregon

This road trip offers a peaceful cruise through charming pastoral landscapes around several historic communities in central Georgia, about 50 miles south of Macon. Travelers can get out of the city to explore scenic farmlands, historic architecture, and Civil War sites along a family-friendly 65-mile route.

Enduring Farmlands Scenic Byway | Georgia

<p>Perhaps the most famous of Colorado's seemingly endless assortment of A-plus road trip options, this iconic 19-mile toll road takes you to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,115 feet — making it one of the few "fourteeners" (mountains over 14,000 feet) that travelers can summit by car. Stop along the way to hike, fish, and observe wildlife such as bighorn sheep along the two- to three-hour drive near Colorado Springs.</p>

Pikes Peak Highway | Colorado

Perhaps the most famous of Colorado's seemingly endless assortment of A-plus road trip options, this iconic 19-mile toll road takes you to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,115 feet — making it one of the few "fourteeners" (mountains over 14,000 feet) that travelers can summit by car. Stop along the way to hike, fish, and observe wildlife such as bighorn sheep along the two- to three-hour drive near Colorado Springs.

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Pacific Coast Highway | California

<p>This highly underrated road trip gem explores 116 miles of Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula (otherwise known as the pinky of the famously mitten-shaped state). Hugging the pristine coast of Lake Michigan, the road passes charming small towns such as Traverse City and the wonderful national treasure that is Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.</p>

M-22 | Michigan

This highly underrated road trip gem explores 116 miles of Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula (otherwise known as the pinky of the famously mitten-shaped state). Hugging the pristine coast of Lake Michigan, the road passes charming small towns such as Traverse City and the wonderful national treasure that is Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

<p>This 90-mile route encompasses some of the Massachusetts coast's finest vistas, linking 14 coastal communities along Boston's North Shore from Lynn to Salisbury. From historic communities such as Salem to the beaches of Manchester-by-the-Sea, you'll cruise through a diversity of parks, beaches, and <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/best-road-trips-america/">historic sights</a> as you gaze out into the endless blue of the Atlantic Ocean. </p>

Essex Coastal Scenic Byway | Massachusetts

This 90-mile route encompasses some of the Massachusetts coast's finest vistas, linking 14 coastal communities along Boston's North Shore from Lynn to Salisbury. From historic communities such as Salem to the beaches of Manchester-by-the-Sea, you'll cruise through a diversity of parks, beaches, and historic sights as you gaze out into the endless blue of the Atlantic Ocean. 

<p>You'll want to crank up the radio full-blast for a music-fueled meander through the Country Music Highway in eastern Kentucky, an area that has reportedly produced more country stars than any U.S. region per capita — Chris Stapleton, Loretta Lynn, and Billy Ray Cyrus among them. The 144-mile drive along U.S. Route 23 passes through seven counties that make up Kentucky's scenic Appalachian region.</p>

Country Music Highway | Kentucky

You'll want to crank up the radio full-blast for a music-fueled meander through the Country Music Highway in eastern Kentucky, an area that has reportedly produced more country stars than any U.S. region per capita — Chris Stapleton, Loretta Lynn, and Billy Ray Cyrus among them. The 144-mile drive along U.S. Route 23 passes through seven counties that make up Kentucky's scenic Appalachian region.

<p>One of the country's finest scenic byways is this 70-mile excursion through the iconic Black Hills of western South Dakota. Keep your eyes peeled for the plentiful wildlife popping up amid the region's jagged rock formations as you make your way through Custer State Park, the Black Elk National Wilderness Area, and Norbeck Wildlife Preserve. </p>

Peter Norbeck National Scenic Byway | South Dakota

One of the country's finest scenic byways is this 70-mile excursion through the iconic Black Hills of western South Dakota. Keep your eyes peeled for the plentiful wildlife popping up amid the region's jagged rock formations as you make your way through Custer State Park, the Black Elk National Wilderness Area, and Norbeck Wildlife Preserve. 

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Million Dollar Highway | Colorado

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Napa Valley Silverado Trail | California

<p>This may not seem like an obvious recommendation, but Coeur d'Alene has more than 55 lakes, and that makes for a lot of beach. Activities on scenic Lake Coeur d'Alene include boat rentals and paddle boarding, and elsewhere there's hiking, golfing, and camping, as well as weekly concerts in city parks.</p>

Lake Coeur d'Alene Scenic Byway | Idaho

One of America's most gorgeous lakes makes the ideal setting to begin this road trip, which extends 36 miles along the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene in northern Idaho. You will see rolling hills, pristine national forest and, if you're lucky, even spot migrating bald eagles that have been known to frequent the area. Be sure to stop and collect your thoughts at Beauty Bay Viewpoint.

<p>Alabama's beaches are clearly not as popular as next-door Florida's. And that can be a good thing. This highly underrated 125-mile drive takes travelers from the town of Daphne outside Mobile down to the beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach before cutting west along the Gulf of Mexico to Dauphin Island, also known as the "Sunset Capital of Alabama." </p>

Alabama Gulf Coast Drive | Alabama

Alabama's beaches are clearly not as popular as next-door Florida's. And that can be a good thing. This highly underrated 125-mile drive takes travelers from the town of Daphne outside Mobile down to the beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach before cutting west along the Gulf of Mexico to Dauphin Island, also known as the "Sunset Capital of Alabama." 

<p>This 58-mile highway in northern Wyoming is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. (Its closest town of Billings is two hours away.) But then again, that's key to its charms. Passing over the rugged Big Horn Mountains through canyons, forests, and meadows, travelers won't have any problems social distancing around these parts.</p>

Bighorn Scenic Byway | Wyoming

This 58-mile highway in northern Wyoming is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. (Its closest town of Billings is two hours away.) But then again, that's key to its charms. Passing over the rugged Big Horn Mountains through canyons, forests, and meadows, travelers won't have any problems social distancing around these parts.

<p>The Great River Road, the longest and oldest National Scenic Byway, snakes through Iowa along the Mississippi River for 349 miles. There are limestone bluffs, riverside towns, and ample opportunities for water recreation along the way, and Bangert Gardens in Burlington offers free tours of its collection of native flora.</p>

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<p>This historic highway traversing the northern edge of Cape Cod is a road fit for kings. Also known as Massachusetts Route 6A, the roughly 62-mile highway from the town of Sandwich to the tip of Cape Cod at Provincetown is a quieter alternative to the more popular Route 28 on the southern edge of the Cape. Check out historic structures, and breathe some fresh sea air.</p>

Old King's Highway | Massachusetts

This historic highway traversing the northern edge of Cape Cod is a road fit for kings. Also known as Massachusetts Route 6A, the roughly 62-mile highway from the town of Sandwich to the tip of Cape Cod at Provincetown is a quieter alternative to the more popular Route 28 on the southern edge of the Cape. Check out historic structures, and breathe some fresh sea air.

This 35-mile route cuts through the heart of Ozark National Forest, letting travelers enjoy sweeping views of the placid Ozark Mountains in northwest Arkansas while heading north from Clarksville. The road passes <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/best-fishing-spots/">world-class trout streams </a>as well as the 156-mile Ozark Highland Trail, providing ample opportunities for drivers to get in some quick fishing or hiking.

Ozark Highlands Scenic Byway | Arkansas

<p>While Lake Tahoe is most known for its ski slopes, one of the best ways to get a bird's-eye view of its natural beauty is via the 68-mile Lake Tahoe Scenic Drive. Looping around the California and Nevada sides of the lake, you'll never get tired of sticking your head out the window to get a closer look at the deep blue shimmer against serene alpine trees and snow-capped mountains.</p>

Lake Tahoe Scenic Drive | California and Nevada

While Lake Tahoe is most known for its ski slopes, one of the best ways to get a bird's-eye view of its natural beauty is via the 68-mile Lake Tahoe Scenic Drive. Looping around the California and Nevada sides of the lake, you'll never get tired of sticking your head out the window to get a closer look at the deep blue shimmer against serene alpine trees and snow-capped mountains.

<p>Sometimes referred to as "Washington's Big Sur," this short but sweet 24-mile winding roadway in northwest Washington near the town of Bellingham passes through Larrabee State Park with exciting views extending over the Bellingham Bay toward the San Juan Islands. You'll also pass historic sights such as Woodstock Farm and the quaint small town of Samish.</p>

Chuckanut Drive | Washington

Sometimes referred to as "Washington's Big Sur," this short but sweet 24-mile winding roadway in northwest Washington near the town of Bellingham passes through Larrabee State Park with exciting views extending over the Bellingham Bay toward the San Juan Islands. You'll also pass historic sights such as Woodstock Farm and the quaint small town of Samish.

<p>This epic 45-mile drive through the craggy mountains east of Phoenix offers one of the country's finest urban escapes. The road extends along State Road 88 as it winds its way through the gigantic Tonto National Forest, past the awe-inspiring Superstition Mountains (a photo-op must), before ending in glorious fashion overlooking Theodore Roosevelt Lake.   </p>

Apache Trail Scenic Drive | Arizona

This epic 45-mile drive through the craggy mountains east of Phoenix offers one of the country's finest urban escapes. The road extends along State Road 88 as it winds its way through the gigantic Tonto National Forest, past the awe-inspiring Superstition Mountains (a photo-op must), before ending in glorious fashion overlooking Theodore Roosevelt Lake.

<p>This confidently named 110-mile scenic byway showcases Southern California's Inland Empire in style. Hugging the cliffs of the San Bernardino Mountains, this glorious roadway offers breathtaking vistas of the high-alpine Silverwood Lake as you make your way to the friendly ski town of Big Bear, where you can escape the car and stretch your legs hiking the panoramic Castle Rock Trail.</p>

Rim of the World Scenic Byway | California

This confidently named 110-mile scenic byway showcases Southern California's Inland Empire in style. Hugging the cliffs of the San Bernardino Mountains, this glorious roadway offers breathtaking vistas of the high-alpine Silverwood Lake as you make your way to the friendly ski town of Big Bear, where you can escape the car and stretch your legs hiking the panoramic Castle Rock Trail.

Explore northern Pennsylvania's spectacular Allegheny Mountains via this picturesque 100-mile ramble through the Sproul and Elk state forests along Pennsylvania Route 120. Reconnect with nature via awe-inspiring vistas of the West Branch Susquehanna River surrounded by forest while passing through quaint towns such as Lock Haven and Ridgeway.

Bucktail Scenic Byway | Pennsylvania

<p>There are dozens of RV-friendly campgrounds along the Parkway, including those at the national parks on each end. Few match the charm of <a href="http://www.mamagerties.com/">Mama Gertie's</a> in Swannanoa, North Carolina. Near Chimney Rock and Lake Lure, Mama Gertie's offers mountain-top RV sites with not only dramatic views, but full electric, water, and sewer hookups. Spots start at $46 a night, but those premium views will cost $82 a night, or $100 for a deck to view them from.</p>

Pisgah Loop Scenic Byway | North Carolina

Some of North Carolina's most remote landscapes can be discovered in this off-the-beaten-path ramble through the Blue Ridge Mountains around Pisgah National Forest, one of the oldest and most beautiful national forests in the eastern United States. Enjoy sweeping views of Lake James and Table Rock Mountain — spectacular scenery abounds around every turn of this 47-mile nature cruise.

<p>Declared "the most beautiful drive in America" by former CBS News correspondent and fabled road trip enthusiast Charles Kuralt, this 68-mile All-American Road is one of the highest in the continental United States, passing through 20 peaks higher than 12,000 feet.  This jaw-dropping road trip meanders through parts of Montana and Wyoming amid a million-plus acre wilderness that encompasses three national forests and borders Yellowstone National Park.</p>

Beartooth Highway | Montana and Wyoming

Declared "the most beautiful drive in America" by former CBS News correspondent and fabled road trip enthusiast Charles Kuralt, this 68-mile All-American Road is one of the highest in the continental United States, passing through 20 peaks higher than 12,000 feet.  This jaw-dropping road trip meanders through parts of Montana and Wyoming amid a million-plus acre wilderness that encompasses three national forests and borders Yellowstone National Park.

<p>Cruise the highest point in Alabama at 2,407 feet on this laid-back meander along the ridge of the Talladega Mountains just outside the town of Oxford. The route extends for 26 miles along Alabama State Road 281 through the Talladega National Forest en route to Mount Chena State Park, with glorious views of the forested terrain framed by gently sloping mountains.</p>

Talladega Scenic Drive | Alabama

Cruise the highest point in Alabama at 2,407 feet on this laid-back meander along the ridge of the Talladega Mountains just outside the town of Oxford. The route extends for 26 miles along Alabama State Road 281 through the Talladega National Forest en route to Mount Chena State Park, with glorious views of the forested terrain framed by gently sloping mountains.

<p>If you really want to get off the grid, you can't do much better than Alaska's remote Haines Highway. Starting in the breathtakingly scenic small town of Haines about 90 miles north of Juneau, the 148-mile highway is surrounded by eye-popping mountain vistas as well as an array of wildlife — including plentiful bald eagle sightings.</p>

Haines Highway | Alaska

If you really want to get off the grid, you can't do much better than Alaska's remote Haines Highway. Starting in the breathtakingly scenic small town of Haines about 90 miles north of Juneau, the 148-mile highway is surrounded by eye-popping mountain vistas as well as an array of wildlife — including plentiful bald eagle sightings.

Open in the summer months from roughly May through October, <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/best-scenic-drives-16955/">this show-stopping scenic drive</a> carves an unforgettable mountain-lined path through the West Elk Mountains of Gunnison National Forest in southwest Colorado near Crested Butte. Cutting through one of the largest aspen groves in the United States, this route along Gunnison County Road 12 is legendary for its color-packed fall foliage but makes for a remarkably soul-cleansing experience any time of year you can take it.

Kebler Pass | Colorado

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Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Byway | Arkansas

Explore America's largest alluvial plain on this 212-mile route that navigates the border area between southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. The popular motorcycle route passes through seven state parks as well as the St. Francis National Forest and the mighty Mississippi River, with plenty of historic sights and Civil War battlefields along the way. 

Deep into the woods about 75 miles northwest of Maine's capital city, Augusta, this 52-mile auto excursion feeds hungry nature seekers a full plate of picture-perfect lake and mountain vistas. Scale the Appalachian Mountains as you ascend north from the town of Rumford to take in awe-inspiring views of the <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/wild-animal-parks/">moose-dotted alpine environment</a> surrounding Rangeley Lake State Park.

Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway | Maine

This easy 50-mile day trip along New Mexico State Road 14 between Albuquerque and Santa Fe takes visitors through historic mining towns such as Cerrillos (where the movie "Young Guns" was filmed) as it explores the rugged Old West terrain surrounding the 10,679-foot Sandia Peak paired with panoramic views along the Sandia Crest.

Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway | New Mexico

Explore the full suite of nature surrounding Idaho's capital city of Boise via this 111-mile windows-down cruise heading north on Idaho State Highway 55 toward the charming resort town of McCall. You'll pass three state parks and two national forests along the way, but be sure to save some time soaking in the scenery at the almost incomprehensibly gorgeous Payette Lake.

Payette River Scenic Byway | Idaho

Billed "Washington's most scenic byway," this 92-mile route from the town of Enumclaw an hour outside Seattle to the town of Nachez along State Route 410 is most well known for its mind-blowing vistas of Mount Rainier as it makes its way through the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee National Forest lands bordering Mount Rainier National Park. In a word: Wow.

Chinook Scenic Byway | Washington

Travelers seeking to experience the all-encompassing natural beauty of Chattahoochee National Forest in northern Georgia are encouraged to point their GPS toward this 40-mile national byway. Scenic overlooks abound as you explore the mountains and valleys of the southern Appalachians, with optional pit stops for fishing in a local stream or <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/best-hiking-trails-3536/">hiking part of the Appalachian Trail</a>.

Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway | Georgia

<p>Those looking to unplug from society completely can make their way to the Minnesota Northwoods near the town of Grand Rapids, where they can hop on this 47-mile scenic sanctuary along Minnesota State Highway 38. The road passes an astounding 36 lakes as well as the heavily forested Chippewa National Forest, home to America's largest bald eagle population outside Alaska.   </p><div class="rich-text"><p>This article was originally published on <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/safe-road-trips/">Cheapism</a></p></div>

Edge of the Wilderness National Scenic Byway | Minnesota

Those looking to unplug from society completely can make their way to the Minnesota Northwoods near the town of Grand Rapids, where they can hop on this 47-mile scenic sanctuary along Minnesota State Highway 38. The road passes an astounding 36 lakes as well as the heavily forested Chippewa National Forest, home to America's largest bald eagle population outside Alaska.

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The cell coverage through the mountains can be spotty. But don't worry as there aren't that many roads to get lost on along the route you have mapped out.

I can't leave this post without saying "Welcome to Wrexham" :-)

You do not need data to have a sat-nav/ GPS - you can download offline google maps - it works on a phone or tablet/Ipad

look to see if your phone is compatible with eSIM - if compatible look at airalo

there is a lot of free wifi in the urban area but not away from towns especially in the mountains.

if you want a SIM there are second tier providers that are owned by first tier Roger,Telus,Bell that will get you a better deal - they have kiosks at the airport or shopping malls. look at Koodo, Fido etc.. you do not need a lot of DATA which is expensive in Canada.

I added a 32GB micro-sd card to my tablet so I can download the offline maps in one go instead of having to delete and upload the region when I have free wifi.

Downloaded Google maps will give you your current location and a map, but not live directions.

As for signal, you will find it in all the communities, but it can be very spotty in between towns along the highway. We have long stretches of wilderness and there are still blackout zones as the terrain blocks a typical digital signal. You'll see lots of mountain top microwave backhaul towers which is how they get the signals around.

Personally, I absolutely wouldn't bother.

Buy a GPS. I have a Garmin that's 12 years old and have been using it all over Canada (well, B.C. to Quebec), good parts of Washington, California Hawaii, France (and Spain), Malta, Italy, Austria, Germany and Malaysia. Will be off to Malaysia again next week. There are free source maps available.

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I' with # 5. We have a Garmin, which had route us all around the world, without internet- or phone-connection. And the advance of it: you can put in your POI already at home and this makes any naigations much more easy.

So offline google maps are the way to go - or bring your own GPS from home, if you can buy or download maps for this area. When you look at maps, you may wonder "where are all the roads"... and the answer is, there just aren't that many. Consider that settlement in the mountainous areas basically began with the first trans-national railway, the CPR (which also led to the creation of Canada's first national park, Banff) in 1885 it's not like mountainous part of Europe, in which people have been living in the valleys and up on the slopes for thousands of years, so that many areas are heavily deforested and there were already walking paths and lanes going everywhere (not to mention Roman roads!) before automobiles came along.

The cellular tower infrastructure in western Canada is owned by two companies - Telus and Rogers, both of which also have discount brands, Koodo and Fido. Bell is another big telco, which has towers out east but uses Telus in the west. There are various other brands, which all use these same towers. Any shopping mall will have numerous kioks for these companies. Here is the coverage map for Telus - Rogers is similar. https://www.telus.com/en/mobility/network/coverage-map Both campanies may have some areas where they are a bit better than the other, but I don't think either "wins" overall. I do know that here in Jasper, many railroaders, who work on call and rely on their cell phones, prefer Telus.

Thank you everyone for your comments. I’ve never used Google maps offline so will have a play with it whilst still in the uk, and look for a cheap garman/gps. Thanks again

Google Maps downloaded in advance don't seem to always work so not something I'd rely on unless you have the latest/greatest phone. test it out first.

Canadian Tire has some version of the Garmin 52 (what I have) for C$160 + tax. Looks like slightly-newer versions of the same (53, 55, etc) go for ~ GBP 150 at Currys.

See below for open source maps. You do need a micro SD card.

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/Download

I have used google maps downloads - it works and it is FREE +on an 8" tablet/Ipad it is a big screen.

the Garmin etc... you you might buy comes with free maps, but it is only for Canada and US maps if bought in Canada - so best to read the fine print.

I have also used the free maps.me on a tablet in the middle of nowhere driving to the Arctic Circle. It has a few annoying user inputs but it works. Then again there was only 1 road (-:

I now have both an expensive Garmin and use google maps because sometimes one is better then the other. The expensive Garmin shows the Speed Limit signs and beeps when over the limit and shows the speed of the vehicle which in my case is more accurate then the speedo which is not calibrated to the larger size tires.

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💰 $25 per person  🗓️ Saturday, 8/31/2024 🚪 Doors Open at 5:00 PM ⏰ Show Starts at 6:25 PM 📍 White River Amphitheatre: 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road, Auburn, WA, 98092, United States All sales final; no refunds, cancellations, or reschedules Can't make it out to White River Amphitheatre? Check out other cities that Train will be touring  here . Seating Section

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Iconic hitmakers Train and REO Speedwagon have announced they will be joining forces for this summer’s hottest co-headlining tour. The diamond-selling bands will be hitting the road on the Summer Road Trip 2024 Tour, bringing together Train’s critically acclaimed catalog of global hits with REO Speedwagon’s vast collection of timeless classics for an unforgettable night of music, high energy, and fun that transcends generations. With more than 50 million albums sold worldwide, 32 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100, and 28 albums on the Billboard 200 albums chart between them, fans nationwide will have a chance to witness epic sets from two of the hardest-working, fun-loving, non-stop touring bands as they perform hours of hits featuring chart-topping anthems and timeless fan favorites.

Of the tour, Train frontman Pat Monahan shared: “When I was younger I heard a band called REO Speedwagon and fell in love with their numerous, infectious hit songs. Years later I met Kevin Cronin, and thank goodness he’s as great a person as he is a songwriter. This tour won’t just be a great time with great people, but a tour that will have a ton of familiar songs to most generations. I will be wishing I was in the audience as much as I’ll love being on the stage.”

REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin said: “Pat Monahan and I have done several benefit shows over the years, and now we get to take out our bands for a summer full of music and fun. I love the idea of bringing together people of all ages, who share a common love for well-crafted songs and high-energy live performances. The REO boys are stoked about this tour.”

Train is a multi-GRAMMY Award-winning, diamond-selling band from San Francisco that has had 14 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and 13 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. Train’s climb to the top began in 1994, as the original 5-member band tenaciously built a loyal hometown following, leading up to their debut self-titled album released by Columbia in 1998. The tumbling wordplay of “Meet Virginia” gave them their first unlikely radio hit, and 2001’s Drops of Jupiter broke them to multi-platinum status thanks to the double-GRAMMY-winning title song that spent 10 months in the Top 40, has been certified RIAA 7x platinum, and earned the 2001 GRAMMY Award for Best Rock Song. The group won another GRAMMY in 2011 for their global hit “Hey, Soul Sister” from their multi-platinum album Save Me, San Francisco(2009), which was the No.1 best-selling smash and most downloaded single of 2010, achieved RIAA Diamond status in 2021 and now 11x platinum, and in 2022 surpassed one billion streams on Spotify. Train has sold more than 10 million albums and 30 million tracks worldwide, with multiple platinum/gold citations, including three GRAMMY Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, and dozens of other honors. They’ve had 24 Top 10 songs across the Billboard charts and six Top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart including Drops of Jupiter (2001), My Private Nation (2003), California 37(2012), Bulletproof Picasso(2014), For Me, It’s You (2016), and a girl a bottle a boat (2017). Train released their critically acclaimed 11th studio album, AM Gold, in May 2022 and most recently released a new song “I Know” ft. Tenille Townes and Bryce Vine, which marked their 27th career entry on Billboard’s Adult Pop Airplay chart.

Train frontman, Pat Monahan, partakes in other ventures outside of music, including his award-winning wine portfolio, Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co, which was created in 2011 and has sold over 10 million bottles and won over 100 medals. Proceeds from his wine business support Family House, a San Francisco charity that supports families of children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.  Monahan has appeared on television and in film with credits that include the 2021 Hallmark Channel original movie, Christmas in Tahoe, inspired by Train’s album of the same name, which he executive produced and starred, Dr. Ken, 90210, CBS’s Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I., The Voice, American Idol, and The Bachelor.

Formed in 1967, signed in 1971, and fronted by iconic vocalist Kevin Cronin since 1972, REO Speedwagon ’s unrelenting drive, as well as non-stop touring and recording jump-started the burgeoning rock movement in the Midwest. Platinum albums and radio staples soon followed, setting the stage for the release of the band’s explosive Hi Infidelity in 1980, which contained the massive hit singles “Keep On Loving You” and “Take It On the Run.” That landmark album spent 15 weeks in the No. 1 slot and has since earned the RIAA’s coveted 10X Diamond Award for surpassing sales of 10 million units in the United States.

From 1977 to 1989, REO Speedwagon released nine consecutive albums all certified Platinum or higher. To date, REO Speedwagon has sold more than 40 million albums around the globe, and Cronin and bandmates Bruce Hall, Dave Amato, Bryan Hitt, Derek Hilland, and most recent addition Matt Bissonette, are electrifying audiences worldwide in concert with hits and fan-favorites such as “Ridin’ The Storm Out,” “Can’t Fight This Feeling,” “Time For Me To Fly,” “Roll With The Changes,” “Keep On Loving You,” “Take It On the Run,” and many, many more. More recently, REO has been featured in Season Three of the hit Netflix series, Ozark, with an episode entitled: “Kevin Cronin Was Here.” Cronin sang a duet with Dolly Parton on his number-one hit, “Keep on Loving You” for her star-studded Rockstar album, which featured a who’s who of rock luminaries including Sir Paul McCartney, Elton John, and Sting, to mention just a few. Cronin performed on the 2022 season finale of American Idol, is a regular guest with the Jim Irsay Collection band, and is currently putting the finishing touches on his memoir, “Roll With The Changes… my life within and without REO Speedwagon.” REO Speedwagon launched their first Las Vegas residency in November of 2023, the sold-out “An Evening of Hi Infidelity …and More!,” with return engagements set for May, and again in October of 2024. The band is active in numerous charitable endeavors including the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, Music Drives Us, and Moffitt Cancer Center.

Step aboard a musical voyage like no other with Yacht Rock Revue ! This talented group sets sail on a smooth-sailing journey through the nostalgic hits of the late ’70s and early ’80s, where soft rock and smooth grooves rule the waves. Featuring exceptional musicianship and tight harmonies, Yacht Rock Revue pays homage to the golden era of yacht rock, delivering pitch-perfect renditions of iconic classics from artists like Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Toto, Michael McDonald, and more.

Yacht Rock Revue takes audiences back in time with their lush instrumentation, soulful voices, and tight jeans. Their infectious enthusiasm and engaging stage presence create a feel-good atmosphere that encourages everyone to sing along and dance the night away. So grab your captain’s hat and set course for an unforgettable evening of musical bliss, as Yacht Rock Revue transports you to a bygone era of breezy melodies and yacht rock magic.

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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon’s sister-in-law works for tobacco company

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The Prime Minister has admitted his sister-in-law works for a tobacco company but says he has not discussed tobacco policy with her.

It comes as the Government faces more pressure over its connection with the tobacco industry.

On Thursday, RNZ revealed Associate Health Minister Casey Costello sent notes to health officials on reforming smokefree laws and freezing excise tax on tobacco .

But Costello doubled down on comments that she did not write notes asking for information on pausing excise tax on tobacco products

There was a line in a document last year about removing excise tax for three years, but she did not know who collated it.

It has sparked calls from health experts for the coalition Government to disclose any tobacco industry links it has and for calls from the Labour Party for Costello to be sacked .

In a statement, Prime Minister Christopher Luxon said the Cabinet Office was aware of his sister-in-law’s connection.

“Yes, my sister-in-law works for a tobacco company. I have never discussed tobacco policy with her.”

Luxon said he was confident he has complied with the Cabinet Manual.

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