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The 65 Most Scenic Drives in America

Country Living Logo By Rebekah Lowin, Katina Beniaris of Country Living | Slide 1 of 66: Is there anything more wonderful than packing your car with a few favorite snacks, turning up whatever's on the radio, and embarking on a good old-fashioned American road trip? Personally, we don't think so, which is why we're excited to share our list of the most scenic drives in America-the best of the best, from sea to shining sea. These spectacular, hand-selected routes are sure to delight and inspire you as you set out on the journey of a lifetime, whether you're a cross-country road trip veteran or totally new to the game. Each and every trip highlights the beauty and majesty of our great nation, from shorelines to mountain valleys and beyond. And no matter how much of our country you think you've already seen, there's always something new to revel in: Make your way through canyons and valleys, visit beaches, harbors, and lighthouses, or explore historic American industrial cities and quaint river villages. Better yet, see several of those sights by combining one or more of these routes-or drive from coast to coast and see it all. Whatever you do, whatever your plan...we have a feeling you won't regret spending your next vacation on the open road.

Is there anything more wonderful than packing your car with a few favorite snacks, turning up whatever's on the radio, and embarking on a good old-fashioned American road trip? Personally, we don't think so, which is why we're excited to share our list of the most scenic drives in America--the best of the best, from sea to shining sea. These spectacular, hand-selected routes are sure to delight and inspire you as you set out on the journey of a lifetime, whether you're a cross-country road trip veteran or totally new to the game. Each and every trip highlights the beauty and majesty of our great nation, from shorelines to mountain valleys and beyond. And no matter how much of our country you think you've already seen, there's always something new to revel in: Make your way through canyons and valleys, visit beaches, harbors, and lighthouses, or explore historic American industrial cities and quaint river villages. Better yet, see several of those sights by combining one or more of these routes--or drive from coast to coast and see it all. Whatever you do, whatever your plan...we have a feeling you won't regret spending your next vacation on the open road.

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