Wanderlust America

Road Trips

United States is a diverse country with no lack of scenic road trips. Ranging from beautiful coastal areas, to natural wonders, to mesmerizing national parks, these road trips have a lot to offer to navigators. Be it by a car, a motorcycle or a bus traveller, the routes listed below provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience. So, if you are enthusiastic about road trips, this is your chance to grab your keys and get on to the road for a refreshing trip.

Pacific Coast Highway is easily considered to be one of the most legendary road trips in the world. From the moody beaches in Washington to the spectacular natural bridges in Southern Oregon to the winding roads of Big Sur, California, there is something here for everybody.

Pacific Coast Highway Bixy Bridge

The Blue Ridge Parkway is a National Parkway and an All-American Road in the United States known for its scenic beauty. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. It is the longest linear park in the United States and runs for 469 miles from the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to the Cherokee Indian Reservation in North Carolina.

Blue Ridge Parkway Scenic road

Vermont Route 100 is a north-south state highway in Vermont in the United States. It runs through the center of the state and travels almost the entire length of Vermont. It is 216.6 miles long and is Vermont’s longest-numbered highway. It will take you approximately 4 hours and 40 minutes of driving time and you’ll be able to see Vermont’s top destinations.

Vermont Route 100

Route 66 is an iconic highway in the United States that runs over 2,400 miles. It stretches from Chicago, Illinois all the way to Santa Monica, California. It has long become a legendary symbol of American history and culture. It attracts tourists from every corner of the world. Although you cannot drive the entirety of the original Route 66

Route 66 scenic drive

The Overseas Highway, the southernmost leg of U.S. Highway 1 and sometimes also called “The Highway That Goes to Sea” is a modern wonder. The road that follows the trail was originally blazed in 1912 by Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railroad and stretches from Miami to Key West. Today, drivers can travel this highway in less than four hours from Miami.

Overseas Highway
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