We added the Snowy Range Scenic Byway to our itinerary to help break up the long drive from Michigan to California. Wyoming has quickly become one of our favorite states to visit, even if we are just passing through. There are many opportunities to explore and beauty can be found everywhere. The Snowy Range Scenic Byway... Continue Reading →
The River Road Scenic Byway runs 22 miles, running from Hale to Oscoda, Michigan. The historical information and amazing scenic views make this a great scenic byway to check out in the lower peninsula.
When Steve and I discovered the San Juan Skyway, we were immediately interested. When we discovered the section called the Million Dollar Highway, we knew we couldn't pass up the opportunity to drive it. Considered one of America's most dangerous roads, the Million Dollar Highway offers "jaw-dropping" views through the mountains, immense historical opportunities, and... Continue Reading →
Utah is a strange and wondrous world. Out of all the states (29) that I've been to, this one is the most interesting. From the Salt Flats (out of this world strange) in the North to the rocky formations and aspen forests in the South. Route 12 cuts through many of Utah's most amazing features.... Continue Reading →
The Black River Scenic Byway is a 14 mile stretch of road that follows the Black River and allows "road access" to five major waterfalls. There is parking available at each waterfall but you have to hike into the forest to reach the river. The other option is to park at one trailhead and follow... Continue Reading →
When we decided to head out west to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, we received some great advice on what we might want to see. One friend suggested we take this beautiful and historical scenic drive, just north of Yellowstone called the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. Starting 17 miles north of Cody, Wyoming... Continue Reading →