9 Beautiful Winter Drives Around the United States 


Winter is a great time to explore the US. Whether you’re seeking snow-covered mountains, charming villages, or sunny beaches, there’s a winter drive for you.

Arches National Park is home to over 2,000 natural arches and other rock formations that look even more impressive with a dusting of snow. 

Arches National Park Road, Utah 


The Seward Highway is a 127-mile route that connects Anchorage to the coastal town of Seward. 

Seward Highway, Alaska 


Route 100 is a 216-mile road that runs through the heart of Vermont, passing by quaint towns, covered bridges, and ski resorts. 

Route 100, Vermont 


The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile road that follows the Appalachian Mountains from North Carolina to Virginia. 

Blue Ridge Parkway 


The Pacific Coast Highway is a 655-mile road that hugs the California coastline, offering stunning views of the ocean, cliffs, and beaches. 

Pacific Coast Highway, California 


The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile road that follows an ancient trail used by Native Americans, explorers, and settlers. 

Natchez Trace Parkway 


The Overseas Highway is a 113-mile road that connects the Florida mainland to the Keys, a chain of islands in the Caribbean Sea. 

Overseas Highway, Florida 


The Historic Columbia River Highway is a 75-mile road that follows the Columbia River Gorge, a natural wonder that separates Oregon and Washington.  



The Beartooth Highway is a 68-mile road that crosses the Beartooth Mountains, a subrange of the Rockies. 

Beartooth Highway 


Next: 9 Most Beautiful Winter Towns in the U.S.

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