Best Cross-Country Road Trip Routes

May 2, 2019 kylie 3 min read No Comments
Best Cross-Country Road Trip Routes

Best Cross-Country Road Trip Routes

May 2, 2019 Kylie Whitcomb 3 min read No Comments

Epically Explore America

There’s no need to hop on a plane to have an amazing vacation. There are so many epic cross-country road trips you can take right in the States. From the classic Route 66 to the Loneliest Road, there will be plenty of exploring for you to do.

The Road to Nowhere

Looking for a twist on the classic east to west cross-country road trip, then the Road to Nowhere is perfect for you. This north to south cross-country road trip spans from North Dakota to the southernmost point in Texas. The name doesn’t quite fit the journey because this 1,805-mile trip is full of country landscapes and off the beaten path tourist sights. While there will be plenty for you see during your stops for refueling and resting, some that you may want to make sure to visit include The Sitting Bull Memorial in South Dakota, a memorable stop on the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express in North Platte, Nebraska, and a tour of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.

Route 66

The classic cross-country road trip, Route 66 will take you from Los Angeles to Chicago. It doesn’t quite reach across from to coast to coast, but it’s still 2,110 miles of the best sights to see and one heck of a road trip to take with your significant other or best friends. If there’s a road trip you need to take in your life, it has to be Route 66. And sure, it’s smaller than some of the east to west road trips, but it’s one full of nostalgia and epic sights you may not see otherwise. You’ll pass through Hollywood in California, the Grand Canyon and the mystic Ozarks in Missouri.

The Loneliest Road

The Loneliest Road is also the longest road of the three best cross-country road trips. If you’re up for the challenge, this 3,200-mile epic road trip will easily fulfill your road trip desire. Starting or ending in San Francisco and spanning all across the United States to Maryland, you’ll be stopping through quite a few states including Colorado, Illinois, and Ohio. You’ll even be passing through Washington D.C, which is a great sight to see on its own. Your main road will be US-50 and this will take you all across from east to west. Of course, you’ll find your fair share of classic chains along your route, but you’ll also pass through many smaller towns giving you a glimpse into the rest of the country.

Which Road Trip Will You Take?

These are just a few of the best cross-country road trips to take in your lifetime. Even if you don’t have to time off to make the whole journey, you can break it up into chunks. There’s just something about the open road and good company that is hard to duplicate. Start planning your epic cross-country road trip early and put in that time off so you can have a truly epic summer.

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