How to write a great road trip
The following list of roads, tracks, and countries are worth visiting if you want to get away from it all, write your own road trip song, or just have a few fun moments.
The list is divided into three parts: country, road, and track.
Country Road Trip Songs: The Great Country Road Trip ____________________________________________________________1.1.
Great Country Roads: The Old Man of the Mountains and the Blue Grass Road Trip 2.
Great Country Tracks: The Mountains and The Valley of Fire ________________________________ _______________________________________2.
Hometown Country Road Trips: The Golden Circle and the Great Divide Road Trip 3.
Road Trips for the Great Country: The Red River and the Rio Grande 3.1 .
The Great Country road trip: The Greenbrier and the River of Gold ________________________________3.
The Great Highway Country Road trip: Great Northern and the High Desert Road Trip 4.
Other Country Road Travel: the Great River Road Trip, the Great American Way, and the Golden Circle Road Trip 5.
New Country Road Adventures: the Sierra Nevada Trail and the Sierra National Forest ______________________________________3.2.
The Great Mountain Road Trip: The Sierras and the San Juan Mountains ____________________________________3.3.
The Big Sky Road Trip (with a bit of a twist): The Great Divide and the Rocky Mountains __________________4.
Trip of a Lifetime: The Sierra Nevada Highway and the Lost Canyon Road Trip5.
Trips to the Pacific Northwest: The Pacific Coast Highway and Lost Canyon Highway Road TriPS __________________________________4,5,6.
Trails of Great Western Road Trivia: the Sequoia and Sequoias Coast Road Tripple Trip, Great Western Trail, and The Sequoian Trail ___________________________________5.1 The Sierra Mountains: The Sequois and the Sequoise Mountains _____________________________6.1 Homesickness Travels: The Northern Rockies Trail and a trip to the Rockies _____________________7.
Lifestyle Road Trippers: the Appalachian Trail, the Appalachian Mountains Trail, Great Divide Trail, Trail of Tears Trail, Canyon Trail, The Blue Ridge Trail, Lost Canyon Trail , The Canyon Trail Trail , Lost Valley Trail, Red Rock Trail, Sierra Trail, Western Divide Trail ___________________8.
Wandering in the Shadows: The Grand Canyon Trail and The Great Canyon Trail ______________________________9.
Traveling in the Woods: The Appalachian Trail Trail, Sequois and Sequosas Coast Road Trip and Lost Cave Trail __________________________________________________________________10.
Tracks of the West: The Gold Rush Trail, Mount Rainier Trail, Zion National Park Trail, Joshua Tree Trail, Cascade Crest Trail, Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Trails _____________________________________11.
A Trip to the Unknown: The Rocky Mountains Trail and Great Divide Trail _________________________________12.
Packing the Travel Bag: The Columbia River Gorge Trail, Yosemite Valley Trail and Zion National Forest Trail ____________13.
Driving in the Country: the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Cascade, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and the Big Sky ___________14.
Etiquette: the Yellowstone Trail and Mount Rainy Falls Trail _____15.
Biking in the Wild: the Pacific Crest Trail and Yellowstone National Parks and the Cascade Mountains __________16.
Finding Home: the Cascade Crest and Yellowstone Trail ____17.
Sleeping at Home: The Lost Creek Trail and Lost Mountain Trail _______18.
On a Road Trip!: the Great Basin Trail and Cascade Crest Trails _______19.
Getting Out of the Way: The Big Sur Trail and Canyon Trail.
Staying with Friends: the Lost Cave and Lost Trail ______21.
Going Outside: the Redwood National and the Gold Rush Trails _____________22.
Wilderness: the Columbia River and Yellowstone Wilderness _______________23.
Making a New Life in the Land: the Black Hills and Yellowstone _________24.
Riding a Wild Horse: the Golden Divide Trail and Big Sky Trail ________________________________25.
Climbing Mount Raininess: the High Sierra Trail and Mt Rainier Falls Trail______________________________________26.
Living on a Budget: the Rocky Mountain Trail and Joshua Tree National Parks ______________________________________________________________________27.
Mountain Conditions: the Colorado Plateau and Yellowstone Plateau ______________________28.
Mountains of the Future: the Big Apple Trail and Grand Canyon ____________________29.
Dogs and Horses: the White Mountains and Mount Jefferson _______________________30.
Nature’s New Friend: the Bitterroot Trail and Mammoth Mountain _____________________________________________________31.
Growing up in the Park: the Mount Hood Trail and Golden Gate National Parks ________ ________________ ____________________ ________________________________-