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Ready to get out and explore? Use your RTR for a great adventure!
Well it looks like we are almost out of quarantine. I think we can all agree, we’re all excited to get out and start doing some fun-having!
Why not keep your social distance but also enjoy your vehicle and some amazing scenery? maybe stretch your RTR’s legs?
Here are a few of our favorite trips, roads, and places to drive and enjoy our vehicles.
Kancamagus Scenic Byway, New Hampshire
This one’s a tick under 27 miles from North Woodstock to Conway, New Hampshire. It’s a short but rad stretch of road. It twists and turns through 3,000ft of the beautiful White Mountains. Oh, and FYI your oncoming traffic might be a Moose.
Cherohala Skyway, Tennessee and North Carolina
Don’t want to deal with the traffic from Tail of the Dragon, if you find yourself in the area try Cherohala National Scenic Byway.
It’s a 43-mile stretch of tarmac that runs from Tellico Plains, Tennessee, to Robbinsville, North Carolina. Cherohala’s known for it’s turns that are big sweepers instead of tight, twisty curves of TOG.
This one’s about the views, want to take a turn and stretch your legs, pull off at some of their incredible hiking trails.
San Juan Skyway, Colorado
Fair warning you’ll want to both never stop driving and pull over at every turn to take in the majesty of the landscape.
Through this 236mi loop, you’ll encounter seemingly unending 14,000-foot peaks of southwest Colorado. The majority of the route runs through the San Juan and Uncompahgre National Forests, for unspoiled beauty and driving pleasure.
Angeles Crest, California
The real-life rainbow road. This two-lane beauty (CA 2) crosses through the Angeles National Forest and the San Gabriel Mountains. It’s twisty, the terrain is rugged, and there’s little if any cellphone service. But, oh my are the payoffs worth it! Plus, how is a road this good, so close to LA?
Hocking Hills Loop, Ohio
Welcome to the gearheads and Detroit auto manufactures secret roller coaster. The triple play of Routes 664, 374, and 56 in Southeast Ohio, at the foothills of Appalachia, give you an incredible rolling place to explore! It doesn’t hurt that the scenery is killer too. Be ready to run some tree tunnels abound.
US-1 (Overseas Highway), Florida
No twists and curves on this one but there’s something special about the one of a kind scenery you get driving along the 42 bridges over the ocean. This route was built for trains in the 1930s connecting Miami with Key West. When you get there, stop in and enjoy some delicious Key-lime pie and snap a pic of your RTR with a beautiful tropical Sunset.
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Do you have a favorite road to drive or place to go visit? Hit it us on social media at @rtrvehicles and RTR Vehicles.