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From Transylvania to Patagonia, these breathtaking routes are full of adventure. There is nothing like a road trip: natural scenery, stunning stops, time spent with friends or with your own views. But with millions of miles of long roadways tracing the world, choosing the best route can be difficult. .

  1. Climb the switchback on the 1st Trans-Andean Highway

The Trans-Andean Highway offers more thrill than a theme park, with more than 200 miles of mountain passes between the burgeoning capital of Chile and the Mendoza wine country of western Argentina. A poor railway tracing portion of the route adds a roller-coaster effect. A major commercial spread through the southern cone of the continent, the challenging road also provides spectacular sightseeing. From the Chilean side of the eggs climb 11 hairpins at an altitude of about 11,500 feet, and on the Argentine side, drivers can see the 22,841-foot-high Mount Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere.

2 Sightseeing along Blue Ridge Parkway

Connecting Virginia's Shendono Mountains to the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, bordering the Blue Ridge Parkway winding in fertile valleys, and east of the Mississippi's highest peak (Mount Eichel). While it is possible to run a traffic light-free road in the fields, fields and small towns without hindrance, a lot of variations are provided for this. Travelers can climb Sharp Top Mountain, eat cornmeal cake at the historic Mabry Mill, or listen to bluegrass music as they roam under the white oak, red maple, mountain magnolia, black cherry, and tuller poplar in the Flat Top Manor .

3 Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina

Blue Ridge Parkway Clouds
Photo by Chris Abney / Unsplash

The spectacular fall blankets the mountains as the Blue Ridge Ridgeway winds through North Carolina. In the Bolivian Highlands some 65 miles, slightly more than a lane separates drivers from skydivers. North Yungas Road - including a 25-mile route known as Memorial Cross, known as the Death Road, which runs from the outskirts of La Paz to the suburban town of the Koroic. Although a safe, paved bypass of Death Road was recently completed, mountain bikers and drivers still dared the one-lane route through La Combre on a barren road over a 15,255-foot ridge.

4 Run a narrow mountain tunnel in China

This is a shot from Tunnel View in Yosemite. I have a lot of photos that are processed ‘as it was’. True colours. Real Colours. But I had this photo and wanted to do something different. Not just what it was, but combined with the feelings I had, and how i felt at the time, with a dash of creativity. I can’t tell you exactly how it was processed, or that it was done with a lot of intent, but I ended up with this. An Unreal View, from Tunnel View.
Photo by Nathan Long / Unsplash

In 1972, after centuries of isolation, the villagers of Guoliang decided to make their way through the remote Taihang Mountains in northeast China. They long relied on a steep mountain trail, known as the "Stairway to Heaven". The 12 locals then replenished a rough recess through the mountain using only six hammers and steel drill rods. The Guoliang Tunnel Road (officially known as the Preprice Long Corridor) is just 19 feet wide and 13 feet high, overlooking the gorge's views hundreds of feet below the rough, open "windows".

This photo was taken overlooking the town of Hallstatt in Austria, in autumn
Photo by Joss Woodhead / Unsplash

5  Zoom Austria's High Alpine Road

Walking around the classic BMWs and roadsters, about 30 miles around the curves of the Grossglocker High Alpine road between the Austrian states of Salzburg and Carinthia. Overhead, Griffon Vulture and Golden Eagle surround the Alpine Peaks, where rare ibex and pudgy marmots scrape between brown bears and wolves. The hayridride leads drivers to the wields of Hohe Tauern National Park, the largest nature reserve in the Alps and is a magnet for hikers and cyclists.