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Western Road Trips – USA & Canada

The Wild West of the United States & Canada calls on travelers who want to take on the great wilderness, rough and tumble coastlines and majestic scenery that rewards all who dare to conquer it. Whether it’s a summer vacation to the beach or an adventurous road trip to hike up some of the greatest terrains, the western road trips offer some of the best routes to discover. With that said, we present to you some of the most extreme and scenic road trips you’ll come across in the western region of the United States & Canada

Road to Hana in Maui

If you're heading to paradise island, Maui, you sure shouldn’t miss out on the spectacular drive on the Road to Hana. Meander through the open highway nestled between the seafront and the lush, green jungles from Paia to Haleakala National Park. In paradise, you can take your time to explore the long black sand beach or discover the almost 1000-year-old volcanic features. Don’t miss out the tremendous hikes through waterfalls and cascading pools that dot the entire route. | Read more about the Road to Hana in Maui

Black sand beach Pa’iloa

The California Pacific Coast Route

The Pacific Coast Highway in Northern California is one of the most classic and scenic road trips in America. The route goes south on Highway 101, passing through 166 kilometers of rugged terrain along the coast, yet beautiful scenery that would stop you in your tracks. You’ll stop by charming towns such as Carmel-by-the-sea and uncover the Big Sur Highway. Start your California dreaming along this route! | Read more about the California Pacific Coast Route

Pacific Coast Highway

The Canadian Rocky Mountains Route

The striking mountain ranges of the Canadian Rocky Mountains is a true testament to Canada’s great wilderness. For generations, Albertans still yield to the rough environment and have learned to live alongside it, but the far-reaching nature offers an awe-inspiring scenery second to none. Become enamored by Lake Louise’s reflecting turquoise water, the tumultuous blanket of glacier fields, jagged mountain ranges, snowcapped peaks, and free-roaming wildlife. Live the adventure as you drive along the Gold Rush towns of Edmonton and Calgary, plus the National Parks. | Read more about the Canadian Rocky Mountains Route

Lake Louise

Pacific Highway Route in Oregon

Oregon is a natural haven for travelers seeking an adventurous road trip across the mostly untouched and untamed territory. The lesser-known state that borders California is without a doubt one of the most picturesque routes on the Western Coast. Starting from the historical town of Astoria, passing through Cannon Beach’s Haystack Rock, stopping at the geological formations at Devils Punchbowl, and arriving at the scenic natural corridor of State Park of Samuel H. Boardman. | Read more about the Pacific Highway Route in Oregon

Pacific Coast Highway

Las Vegas to Canyon Route

Nevada is home to one of the most impressive metropolitan cities that thrives in the desert, Las Vegas. Flashy, abrasive and a constant party, you’ll be drawn to the lights, sounds, and spectacle of Sin City. But looking beyond casinos and world-class hotels, Nevada has so much more to offer. Embark on a Desert Road Trip to the Grand Canyon, passing through a hidden oasis, remote National & State Parks, and iconic All-American landmarks that have stood the test of time. | Read more about the Las Vegas to Canyon Route

Desert Route

The Californian Redwood Route

Go into the thick of it all in Northern California’s Redwood Region, where some of the oldest trees in the world reside. Starting from the City-By-the-Bay, San Francisco, the route weaves through the rough terrain of the Californian coastline, stopping at national preserves and charming artist towns, before arriving upon the majestic land of the Redwoods. You’ll come across The Avenue of Giants, Humboldt National Park, and the famous Redwood National & State Park. | Read more about the Californian Redwood Route


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