Are you searching for excellent road trip options to have a true American experience? Look no further – your back road travel plans start here! We highlight some of the best back roads by state, including maps, highlights, and things to see and do along the way.
Hello, all! Colin here, from Dare To Everywhere. As a couple, my girlfriend and I are on a mission to see the world. We focus specifically on America’s National Parks while we travel. We’ve visited 20 National Parks so far, and have been to many more of the other types of NPS sites. My most… Continue reading Finding Quirky Roadside Attractions Across America
Our first … gasp … unpleasant experience while taking a trip on back roads!
Twenty (two!) questions with a cross country solo traveler!
Last year, I collaborated with roughly 40 travel bloggers to put together the first installment of the Great American Road Trip series. That behemoth of a post looked at the best back roads on a state-by-state basis. While it’s a very comprehensive look at some of the best road trips in the country, it was… Continue reading Great American Road Trips, Part 2: My Favorite Back Roads in America
Words cannot describe last night’s ride. I’m going to try, but I’m sure I’m going to fail miserably. The ride cam wasn’t set up, but even if it had been, I’ve not been thrilled with it lately so I don’t know how good of pictures I would’ve gotten. One final caveat – I’ve been proclaiming this… Continue reading 528 to Foxburg
Additional pictures from the trip to Nashville.
Convenience: A Eulogy to American Culture.
More than anything, I loved this ride because the scenery was absolutely sensational and the roads were incredibly twisty, winding, hilly bastards that demanded focus and energy. It was an all-around great ride. I would highly recommend you try it. There are a ton of things to see, down, eat, and experience all along this… Continue reading An all-around Awesome Ride (including a free Pyrotechnics Guild show)
Saturday’s ride from Richmond to DC provided us with ideal weather – high 60’s to low 70’s, mostly clear with a couple cottony clouds breaking up the uniformity of the bright powder-blue sky. After back-tracking on 250 West from Richmond, we picked up 522 North. The first 20 – 25 miles on 522 wound and… Continue reading The Trip that started it all….. (Part 2 – Richmond to DC – 125 miles)