America's Scenic Drives: Travel Guide & Atlas

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Roundabout Publications, 1997 - Travel - 468 pages
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-- Features all 220 of America's officially designated scenic drives in four national scenic byway programs.-- The byways represent the very best scenic routes from the four million plus miles of roads traveling across America.-- Detailed maps for each route including location of campgrounds, picnic areas, national and state parks, points of interest, hiking trails, recreation areas, and national forests.-- Comprehensive descriptions of each byway including the roads followed, any vehicle limitations, and travel season.-- Descriptions for select lodging establishments along and near the routes.-- Attractions found along the scenic byways include national monuments, national wilderness areas, national and state parks, museums, ghost towns, waterfalls, historical areas, and national wild and scenic rivers, -- Recreational sires provide areas to camp, picnic, boat, fish, hike, bird watch, four-wheel, ski, snowmobile and much more.

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