Whether your’e in for adventure or a historical experience, if you have the time one of these routes is bound to be your trip of a lifetime.

Norway’s Golden Route

Known for the beautifully untouched nature of Norway, the Golden Route is filled with stunning glaciers and crystal clear fjords running through the valleys.

Start: Olso, Norway
– Great airport location
– Vigeland Museum
– Vigeland Park

Stop 1: Alesun, Norway
– Sukkertoppen Hike
– Fjellstua Viewpoint

Stop 2: Trollstigen, Norway
– Drive up for the most scenic view in Norway

Stop 3: Valldal Valley, Norway
– Raft Valldolo River
– Visit Juvet Landscape Hotel

Stop 4: Geiranger, Norway
– Geiranger Fjord
– Seven Sisters
– Dalsnibba Mountain Plateau

Finish: Oslo, Norway

Total: 1,130 Kilometers

Bolivia’s Death Road

Known as Bolivia’s Death Road is a two-way rocky path situated between solid stone and 2,000-foot drop. Bolivia’s Death Road has been time and time again labelled as the world’s most dangerous route. Expect wild weather conditions and the adventure of a lifetime.

Start: Cochabamba, Bolivar
– Great airport location
– Tunari Peak
– Toro Toro National Park

Stop 1: Coroico, Bolivar
– San Juan Waterfalls
– ** The trip between Coroico and La Paz will be your journey on Death Road – North Yungas Road**

Stop 2: La Paz, Bolivia
– Mi Teleferico
– Illimani

Stop 3: Copacabana, Bolivia
– Lake Titicaca
– Copacabana Cathedral

Finish: Cochabamba, Bolivia

Total: 1,390 Kilometers

USA’s Route 66

There’s no surprise that Route 66 has been a favourite among locals and travellers across the globe. It has been a historical hotspot since it’s first opening in 1926. Route 66 is a road trip that takes a couple weeks to explore and it’s certainly worth taking time to do so.

Start: Springfield, Illinois

Stop 1: Shirley, Illinois
– Funk’s Grove Maple Sirup

Stop 2: Chain of Rocks Bridge, Illinois and Missouri Border

Stop 3: St. Louis, Missouri
– Forest Park
– St. Louis Zoo

Stop 4: Sullivan, Missouri
– Meramec Caverns

Stop 6: Clinton, Oklahoma
– Route 66 Museum

Stop 7: Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas

Stop 8: Tucumcari, New Mexico
– Tucumcari Tonite

Stop 9: Seligman, Arizona
– Meteor Crater

Stop 10: Kingman & Oatman, Arizona
– A long stretch of silence and bliss

Stop 11: Needles, California
– A side trip to the Colorado River

Finish: Los Angeles
– Will Rogers State Historic Park

Total: 3,945 Kilometers

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