14 Road Trips around US in fall for Amazing Scenery

There are many beautiful, amazing and unique places to visit in the country but what we forget most of the times is that the journey is often more important than the destination and road trip is a great way to enjoy the journey.

Taking a road trip is a great experience. They contain Stunning Sceneries, Surprising Stops and fun group of friends. These days’ traveling is not easy but here are some great ideas for road trips to plan for your to-do list.

Enjoy the different views, temperatures and breathtaking greenery by driving through some of the most scenic areas around US. These trips will have new things and amazing scenery for you. These are 14 of the best routes in the country for a perfect fall gate away.

Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains:

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When you think of the breathtaking greenery during fall New England is the first place that comes to your mind, but what many people don’t know or escapes their mind is that the southern parts also have stunning fall foliage to enjoy.

Begin your journey form the northern part of the state at The Russell Brasstown Scenic Byway; it will take you along Chattahoochee River through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Make your first stop in Helen, a mountain town that is modeled after an attractively old fashioned Bavarian village and at Brasstown Bald, which is Georgia’s highest natural point with the ultimate view of the greenery all around. For refreshing and taking a little rest you can make a pit stop in old mountain town named Clayton. This town has restaurants and galleries if you are into art and antique shops from where you can buy a souvenir to remember this trip by. You can also visit vineyards and wineries in Georgia vine country or go for a hike in Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. Lastly at end of the road trip go east towards the Tallulah Gorge State Park, there you can enjoy the tour of an ancient 1,000-foot chasm which was carved by Tallulah River a million years ago.

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