The Best Scenic Fall Drives in the United States
Recently one of our employees took a trip to Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park to enjoy the mountains and the beautiful fall foliage! This scenic road is 105 miles long, so bringing a Weego along was a must – in case of a dead car battery, and to keep cell phones charged while hiking the trails.
If you want to get out and enjoy the beauty of the changing seasons as well, we’ve compiled this list of some of the top fall foliage drives across the United States for you! Click any name below for a link to more information!
- Natchez Trace Parkway,
Alabama, Mississippi & Tennessee
- Feather River Scenic Byway,
- Trinity River Scenic Byway,
- Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway,
- Million Dollar Highway,
- San Juan Skyway,
- Last Green Valley Scenic Byway,
- Acadia All-American Road,
- Jacob’s Ladder Scenic Byway,
- Hermann Wine Trail,
- Kancamagus Scenic Byway,
- Palisade Interstate Parkway,
- The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway,
- Upper Delaware Scenic Byway,
- Blue Ridge Parkway,
- Appalachian Byway,
- Hocking Hills Scenic Byway,
- Columbia River Highway,
- Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway,
- Route 100,
- Skyline Drive,
- Olympic Peninsula Loop Drive,
- Door County,
This list is only scratching the surface – there are plenty of gorgeous drives to take advantage of all over the country! Click here to search more scenic byways by state and find one close to you!
And don’t forget to bring a Weego along for back up power and peace of mind! Don’t let a dead car battery get in the way of enjoying those gorgeous fall views!
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