Full of striking contrasts and otherworldly landscapes, Oregon is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Here’s a little peek of our recent road trip through this incredible place.
Death Valley National Park’s most popular back-country road travels along 27 miles of high mountain peaks and a deep narrow gorge cut into the steep face of the Grapevine Mountains.
This 48-mile route that traveled along mountain ridges was the first paved highway to directly link the LA Basin to the San Joaquin Valley.
Traveling through the historic mining communities of the 1849 California gold rush along State Route 49, The Mother Lode Highway.
These little NorCal nuggets may not be worthy of their own individual posts but that doesn’t make them any less special.
Kitschy roadside attractions amongst the tallest trees on earth.
Surrounded by Humboldt Redwoods State Park, this world-famous scenic drive is by far the most outstanding display of giant trees in the California redwood belt.
Road tripping through Victorville, Barstow and the Lucerne Valley.
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