There are innumerable beautiful drives in the United States and it isn't easy to pick the 10 best ones. But here is our choice for 10 beautiful drives that span the length and breadth of this vast country. Take this quiz to learn more about these drives.
The Hawaii Belt boasts jungles, farmland, beaches and lava deserts; just some of the spectacular scenery that you'll see.
You can find it in the vicinity of the town Kailua-Kona.
Key West, in the Florida Keys, is the southernmost point of the continental United States.
It used to be called the Knight's Key Bridge.
These three are all lakes in the Finger Lakes region of New York State.
They go all the way to Rochester along a 75-mile (120-kilometer) line.
It is located in the state of California.
It is most used during July and August, when summer travelers flock to the West Coast.
It's got a quaint name -- Going-to-the-Sun Road.
There is heavy snowfall in this area during the winter and it is impossible to drive safely until the snow begins to thaw.
It has to be able to clear the 12-foot (3.5-meter) high Mary's Rock Tunnel.
The speed limit is so low because of the animals that often cross the roads throughout the park.
You might see eagles, beluga whales, sheep and moose.
You can strike it rich by panning for gold at Crow Creek Mine.
Pueblo Indian ruins are found there.
It would take about five hours, although you might like to take it slowly and spend time there exploring the area.
It crosses the states of Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The du Pont family had a great impact, building mansions, gardens and museums in the valley.
Pioneers used to lay down quilts there in order to be able to cross the deep snow.
You get to Cedar Breaks National Monument, with its breathtaking cliffs and canyons.