If you enjoy traveling to National Parks and experiencing these stunning landscapes and varied cultures, you have to explore the National Park to Park Highway.
Plotted in the 1910s and 1920s, the National Park to Park Highway is an auto road that connects twelve National Parks in the west.
The almost 6,000 miles of highway are still traveled today. But now, travelers can include other National Parks that are located nearby.
Today, motorists can average much more than 65 miles. The entire length of the route is over 5,600 miles.
Today, cars and tires are much better equipped to handle wintry weather. So traveling with a 4×4 vehicle in the fall is a great idea.