5 most famous road trips in the United States

From stunning scenery to peaceful places, exploring each city in the United States isn’t always about the conic feats. Plan a road trip through the centre of the United States, either by yourself or with a friend, for an unforgettable adventure that will take you along the Pacific Coast Highway and the stunning ocean that shines behind you.

Here are 5 most famous road trips in the United States


Black Hills

Take exit 131 for the Badlands Scenic Byway while starting your road journey on I-90 for history, landscapes and a uniquely American taste of culture. Don’t forget to stop at Wall Drug, Custer State Park and Mount Rushmore when you’re in the Black Hills.

Blue Ridge Parkway

The most popular route under the control of the US National Parks System is a 469-mile route that links two national parks: Shenandoah in Virginia and the Great Smoky Mountains in North Carolina. Take Skyline Drive from Front Royal, Virginia, to Luray Caverns, then head south to the Natural Bridge and into North Carolina. You may make a stop in Asheville before seeing the Great Smoky Mountains.

US Route 66

The old route, known as the “Mother Road,” stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica, California. Prepare for an approximately 2,500-mile drive that will take you through eight states and several famous pit stops. Making the most of your road trip requires stopping at the famous Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, for a dose of history, as well as the Jesse James Wax Museum.

Going-To-The-Sun Road

Constructed in 1932, Glacier’s Going-to-the-Sun Road covers a beautiful 50-mile route across the Rockies, ending in Logan Pass (6,646 feet), where the Continental Divide is located. For summer travellers, it’s a wildflower-filled route with breathtaking views and chances to see mountain goats.

Pacific Coast Highway

If you want to enjoy one of the most amazing journeys in the United States, follow the most famous route from sunny San Diego to Seattle over a stunning coastline. This roadway offers more than just a scenic drive, it also allows you to explore the quaint towns, enjoy food that is produced locally and watch surfers winding through the waves.