Winter Road Trip


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Winter travel may not be your favorite thing, but you should do it to have a little fun. Historically, winter travel limits tourism, but this is positive news for you. This means that you can go to places where few people go, beating the crowds in the process. Below are some options you should consider in the winter. You don’t have to be disappointed!

Arches National Park (Utah)

Travel 36 miles from Scenic Drive in Moab, Utah. Snow is coming, but it’s minimal. You can still see Delicate Arch, the Windows section, and Wolfe Ranch. It’s not a bad way to make the most of winter time.

Seward Road (Alaska)

Of course there is snow in Alaska, but this is the best time to go. As you drive 49 miles from Anchorage to Portage, you can experience the stunning scenery this state has to offer visitors. You can even take the train if you want to stay away from the road. Portage is a ghost town with a lot of history and an environment that takes your breath away.

Parke County, Indiana

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If you want tons of driving routes, Rockville is your destination to hit. There are 31 covered bridges on the road. Weather permitting, you can even enjoy it on a bike or motorbike. These bridges, built in the 1800s, are sensational. The bridge you have to hit is the Sim Smith Bridge because of haunted stories. Try listening to the sounds of phantom fools and horses who have never reached their destination. You can laugh or you can cry. Either way, you have experience.