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Appalachian National Scenic Trail (A.T.) - The A.T. is America's premier hiking destination with more than 2,175-mile long footpath stretching through 14 eastern states from Maine to Georgia. Conceived in 1921 and first completed in 1937, it traverses the wild, scenic, wooded, pastoral, and culturally significant lands of the Appalachian Mountains.
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The Most Beautiful Drives in the United States

A drive to a destination isn't just about getting to your destination. Use this valuable slow paced and relaxing time to get back in touch with your kids, partner or other members of your family. The longer the drive, the more time you will have to enjoy with them.

To inspire you to plan a road trip we recommend top scenic drives in the United States. Their outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make them most popular choice for family travel. You will have opportunity to explore the many communities along the travel route and discover scenic overviews that make our beautiful country so special. Your travel will create strong bond with your family, it will create awareness, and will insure a strong future for our beautiful resources. Enjoy the view, but don't forget to watch the road!

Here are some of the top scenic drives in the United States:

Blue Ridge Parkway - Travel down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway will give you an extraordinary opportunity to discover rich natural and cultural history of the area.  It is slow paced and relaxing. Almost any overlook or trail will reveal something new and beautiful. Outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway "America's Favorite Drive" and one of the most popular units of the National Park System.

Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway - This 70-miles (112-km) drive offers breathtaking views of some of the Black Hills' most stunning scenery. The popular Needles Highway (SD Highway 87) and Iron Mountain Road (US Highway 16A) are both part of the byway. Needles Highway features tunnels, hairpin curves and slender granite pinnacles.The Peter Norbeck Byway winds through three granite tunnels on Iron Mountain Road. They perfectly frame the faces of Mount Rushmore National Memorial in the distance. Also on this wonderful route are three pigtail bridges, built in the 1930s, which have a corkscrew shape.

Olympic Peninsula - Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula is wonderful area for truly memorable vacation. It offers miles of unique shorelines, alpine meadows crowned with glaciers, dense rain forest valleys and almost a million acres of Olympic National Park to enjoy along with Olympic National Forest and dozens of other attractions  along with many other state, county and city parks.

Acadia National Park - Park Loop Road - The Acadia National Park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Whether your first visit or one of many, there's always adventures in store, for adults and children alike.

The Florida Keys Scenic Highway - The Florida Keys Scenic Highway is also called "Road to Paradise", because it travels through some of the Florida's most spectacular scenery. Palm trees, tropical beach huts and sandy roadsides grace the 106.5 miles of Florida Keys Scenic Highway connecting the world-famous island-hopping Florida Keys along U.S. 1 to Mile Marker 1 -  the southernmost point in the continental U.S.

The Kancamagus Highway - The Kancamagus Highway or Kancamagus Scenic Byway is a 34.5 mi (55 km) long two-lane road that runs, east and west overall, through the White Mountains of New Hampshire in New England. This remarkable highway is part of New Hampshire Route 112, and it is generally considered one of the most scenic drives in the region. Famous for its breathtaking views, covered bridges, crashing waterfalls and fall foliage, it is packed every October by traffic from "leaf-peepers" who come to view and enjoy New England's autumn foliage. This beautiful twisting, rural highway is occasionally closed for short times during winter due to snow.

The Most Scenic Drives in America: 120 Spectacular Road Trips - Organized by region, the 120 suggested road trips span all 50 states and offer a wide variety of scenic adventures, from exploring the remote canyons of New Mexico to visiting the most beautiful beaches on Cape Cod. Each route offers a number of must-see points of interest, such as the carefully preserved mid-19th-century home of Washington Irving in New York or the best places to spot wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country. Also included for each drive is a helpful "Trip Tips" table, providing not only the basic information about length and the best time of the year to visit, but invaluable pieces of advice (i.e., "No fuel is available on the 70-mile stretch of highway between Marblemount and Mazama"). Although it's often hard to get a sense of the particular personality of a drive from the rather dry descriptions, the large color photographs provide readers with a snapshot view of the unique beauty of each area.


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