This 83-mile loop takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. You’ll see alpine forests, lakes, rivers, and wildlife.
This 469-mile road connects two national parks: Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains.
This 113-mile road connects the mainland to the Florida Keys, a chain of tropical islands.
This 75-mile road follows the Columbia River Gorge, a natural wonder carved by ice-age floods.
This 64-mile road winds along the rugged coast of Maui, offering spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
This 34-mile road cuts through the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. It’s a popular destination for leaf-peeping in the fall.
This 655-mile road hugs the coastline of California, from San Diego to San Francisco.
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