National Scenic Byway designation list. America's Byways are a two-tiered designation consisting of the All-American Roads and the National Scenic Byways. All-American Roads are our country's finest byways: the best of the best. They are destinations unto themselves and an exciting adventure for all ages. National Scenic Byways possess outstanding qualities that exemplify the regional characteristics of our nation.
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America's Byways

America's Byways are a two-tiered designation consisting of the All-American Roads and the National Scenic Byways. All-American Roads are our country's finest byways: the best of the best. They are destinations unto themselves and an exciting adventure for all ages. National Scenic Byways possess outstanding qualities that exemplify the regional characteristics of our nation.

State Byway Name Description Contacts
AK National Scenic Byway Alaska's Marine Highway A ferry ride on the ocean surrounding Alaska is a romantic prospect. Voyagers pass glaciers and fjords in Prince William sound and the windswept Aleutian Islands, rich in cultural, archeological and seismic history.

Travel Information

Alaska's Marine Highway
800-642-0066

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Sharon A Gaiptman
907-465-6643

AK National Scenic Byway Glenn Highway The traveler is engulfed by glacially sculpted wonders from the moment they begin their journey as they trace this historic trade route from tidewater 135 miles to the start of Alaska's Interior.

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Matanuska-Susitna Convention and Visitor Bureau
907-746-5000

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Bonnie Quill
907-465-4481

AK All-American Road The Seward Highway Located on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, the Seward Highway takes travelers past glaciers, historic towns, and beautiful views of the sea. Wildlife thrives in the forests of the Kenai Wildlife Preserve and the Chugach National Forest.

Travel Information

Alaska Public Lands Information Center
907- 271-2737

Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities
907-465-6975

Chugach National Forest
907-743-9500

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David Paperman
907-224-8051

AL All-American Road Natchez Trace Parkway - Alabama This trail, rich in history, encompasses Freedom Hills Overlook, Rock Springs, and Colbert Ferry, where George Colbert charged Andrew Jackson $75,000 for ferry services. You'll get a taste of the South as you traverse the cotton fields of Alabama.

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Natchez Trace Parkway
1-800-305-7417

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Mike Anderson
601-680-4014

AL All-American Road Selma to Montgomery March Byway Journey through history along the trail that marks one of the major historic events in 20th-century American history, the Selma to Montgomery March, led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1965.

Travel Information

State of Alabama Dept. of Tourism
334-242-4144

Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce
(334) 875-7241

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Alfedo Acoff
334-242-6143

AL National Scenic Byway Talladega Scenic Drive Travel the backbone of the Cheaha Mountains, relishing the splendor of the Tallageda National Forest. Heading towards Cheaha State Park and Alabama's highest peak, Tallageda Scenic drive offers visitors a bird's-eye view of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Shoal Creek Ranger District (USFS)
256-463-2272

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Joe Nicholson
(334) 241-8128

AR National Scenic Byway Crowley's Ridge Parkway - Arkansas Crowley's Ridge is the only known erosional remnant in North America. A mixture of plant communities and a diversity of species respond to abrupt changes in soil type, exposure, moisture, and slope.

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Arkansas Dept. of Parks & Tourism
501-682-1088

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Ruth Anne Hawkins
870-910-8080

AR National Scenic Byway Great River Road - Arkansas The Arkansas Great River Road is a journey through Arkansas' river town past and agricultural present. Watch white cotton fields and visit a wetland or an oxbow lake.

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Arkansas Dept. of Parks & Tourism
501-682-1088

Arkansas Delta Byways
870-910-8080

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Nancy Clark
501-682-1120

Ruth Anne Hawkins
870-910-8080

AZ National Scenic Byway Kaibab Plateau-North Rim Parkway Travel along the spectacular north rim of the Grand Canyon and capture a glimpes of nature's majesty. Other highlights of this byway include popular Jacob's Lake, the Kaibab Plateau, and the Vermilion Cliffs.

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North Rim Ranger Station-Kaibab Plateau

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Charlotte Minor
520-643-7395

CA National Scenic Byway Death Valley Scenic Byway This State Scenic Highway crosses the sculptured landscape of Death Valley National Monument, a land whose stark setting contrasts the lowest elevation in North America with mountain ridges along the valley.

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JT T Reynolds
760-786-3243

CA All-American Road Route 1, Big Sur Coast Highway Travel the route that provides access to the austere, windswept cypress trees, fog-shrouded cliffs, and crashing surf of the Pacific Ocean as it traverses the California coast.

Travel Information

Monterey Travel and Tourism Alliance
(831) 626-1424

Monterey Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau
831-372-9323

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Ken Wright
831-667-2105

CA National Scenic Byway Route 110--Arroyo Seco Historic Parkway Conceived in the parkway tradition, with its gentle curves, lush landscaping and scenic vistas, this parkway connects Los Angeles and Pasadena through the historic Arts and Crafts landscape of the Arroyo Seco.

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Scenic Arroyo Seco
323-221-8900 ext. 310

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Lee Mentley
213-473-8483

Nicole Possert
(323)255-5792

CA National Scenic Byway Tioga Road/Big Oak Flat Road Observe a great diversity of flora and fauna, as well as craggy mountains and ruffling meadows, while journeying along this byway as it crosses the valleys and ridges of Yosemite National Park for 64 miles from east to west.

Travel Information

Yosemite National Park
(209) 372-0200 (visitor info)

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Scott Gediman
209-372-0248

CA All-American Road Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - California This is America's Volcano to Volcano byway. The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway stretches from Mount Lassen in Northern California to the California-Oregon border, and from the border continues north to Oregon's Crater Lake.

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Volcanic Legacy National Scenic Byway Information
1-866-722-9929

Siskiyou County Visitor's Bureau
888-66-BYWAY (662-9929)

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JoAnne Steele
1-866-722-9929

CO, UT National Scenic Byway Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway Discover a time when the mighty dinosaurs ruled this area in Utah and Colorado. Along with the dinosaur fossils currently being excavated in quarries and on display in museums, prehistoric rock art decorates many rock cliffs along the byway.

Travel Information

Grand County Travel Council
1-800-635-6622

Dinosaurland Travel Board
1-800-477-5558

Castle Country Travel Bureau
1-800-842-0789

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Yvonne Piquette
970-858-3663

CO National Scenic Byway Frontier Pathways Scenic and Historic Byway Historic homesteads, romantic stage-stop ruins, wildlife viewing pullouts, and the pristine Wet Mountain Valley highlight this unspoiled historic and scenic route. This byway is unique for its topographical diversity.

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Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce
719-676-3000

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Jack McCrory
719-783-9210 or 703-356-3376

CO National Scenic Byway Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway Gold mines, railroads, and stagecoach roads all invoke images of the Old West. You can almost hear the thundering hooves from the horses pulling a passing stage or the screaming whistle of a train bound for the mining camps as you venture into the past.

Travel Information

Canon City Chamber of Commerce
719-275-2331

Gold Belt Tour Information

Homestead House Museum
(719)-689-3090

Bureau of Land Management - Canon City, CO
(719)275-0631

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CO National Scenic Byway Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway Relish glimpses of black bears and examine volcanic leftovers as you travel through what the Ute Indians once called Thunder Mountain. From this byway, you might spot the peaks of the La Sal or the San Juan Mountains, both over 60 miles away.

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Grand Mesa Byway Association
1-800-436-3041

Grand Mesa Scenic Byway Welcome Center
970-856-3100

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Kelli Hepler
970-874-9532

CO All-American Road San Juan Skyway The San Juan Skyway snakes through Old West towns like Durango and picturesque Telluride. It also travels through the Mesa Verde National Park -- all in the shadows of impressive 14,000-foot peaks.

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San Juan National Forest Visitors Center
970-247-4874

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Ken Francis
(970) 247-7310

CO National Scenic Byway Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway - Colorado This route lets you retrace Colorado's portion of the Santa Fe Trail. This historic trade route saw its heaviest use between 1820 and 1880, but keen observers can still pick out wagon tracks in the prairie grasses during spring or early summer.

Travel Information

SE Colorado Enterprise Dev.
719-336-3850

Colorado Welcome Center - Lamar
719-336-3483

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Meghan Harris Russell
719-846-9412

CO National Scenic Byway Top of the Rockies Leadville, the hub of this byway, is the highest incorporated community in the U.S. It sits at 10,200 feet above sea level. However, because it is surrounded by 14,000-foot mountains, the city lies in the "lowlands" of the region.

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Greater Leadville Area Chamber of Commerce
719-486-3900

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Cathy A Patti
719-486-4118

CO All-American Road Trail Ridge Road/Beaver Meadow Road The clear atmosphere of this alpine tundra makes viewing the night sky from one of the overlooks incomparable. Constellations, planets, meteor showers, and phases of the moon seem brighter than ever and just within arm's reach.

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Rocky Mountain National Park Information Center
970-586-1206

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Kyle Patterson
970-586-1363

CT National Scenic Byway Connecticut State Route 169 This byway has been a road for hundreds of years-- first for Native Americans and now for modern Americans. Pass through pastoral scenes of untouched colonial villages and sample an apple at one of the famous orchards dotting the byway.

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Not available

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John Filchak
860-774-1253

CT National Scenic Byway Merritt Parkway Transportation buffs will especially enjoy this corridor's design, which brilliantly integrates the crafts of the engineer and the artist in its bridges and landscaping. Drivers especially enjoy the colors of autumn on the byway.

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Connecticut Office of Tourism
860-270-8075

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FL National Scenic Byway A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Highway Paralleling a coastal barrier island and the Atlantic coast, this byway offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Taste the mix of native and colonial history at sites like St. Augustine, the nation's oldest European settlement.

Travel Information

Flagler County Palm Coast Chamber of Commerce
386-437-0106

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Charles Helm
368-439-1627

Anne Wilson
386-439-3130

Patrick S Hamilton
904-471-5903

FL National Scenic Byway Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway Examine lost Spanish treasure, discover the details of the Apollo missions, or catch a glimpse of the rare manatee as you travel through the sun-soaked shores of eastern Florida; there's something for everyone on the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway.

Travel Information

Tourism Division, Indian River County Chamber of Commerce
561-567-3491

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Lori Burns
561-567-3491

FL National Scenic Byway Tamiami Trail Scenic Highway The Tamiami Trail passes through 50 miles of breathtaking scenic landscapes filled with sawgrass and all the trappings of a tropical wilderness. Along the roadside, travelers catch views of Florida wildlife, including alligators and birds.

Travel Information

Everglades Area Chamber of Commerce
941-695-3941

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Gene Wooten
941-695-3941

GA National Scenic Byway Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway Surrounded by the scenic and natural beauty of the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway winds its way through the fertile valleys and mountain gaps of the southern Appalachians.

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Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
770-297-3000

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Carolyn Dustin Hoffmann
770-297-3030

IA National Scenic Byway Great River Road - Iowa The Iowa section of this famous route along the Mississippi River travels past wildlife refuges, some of Iowa's oldest communities, and several working dams and locks. Historic sites and picturesque communities await the curious traveler.

Travel Information

Iowa Department of Tourism
1-515-242-4705

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Patsy Ramacitti
563-332-5446

IA National Scenic Byway Loess Hills Scenic Byway Loess is a rich yellow-brown soil found in heaping piles on the edge of Iowa. Drive through unique ridge terrain and view patches of prairie in its natural state. Nature centers and historic sites are plentiful to aid you on your journey.

Travel Information

Loess Hills Hospitality Association
712-886-5441

Loess Hills Scenic Byway Council
712-482-3029

Western Iowa Tourism Region
1-888-623-4232

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Michele Walker
712-623-4232

ID National Scenic Byway Northwest Passage Scenic Byway This byway passes through a unique area called the Camas Prairie, where farmland, and a few wildflowers create a patchwork quilt of color. Trees surround the Clearwater River where stories of the Nez Perce tribe still echo.

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North Central Idaho Travel Association
800-473-3543

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Victoria Scalise
208-792-2607

ID National Scenic Byway Payette River Scenic Byway This route offers travelers views of mountain forests, Payette Lake, Cascade Reservoir, and the white water rapids of the Payette River.

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Not available

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Hugh Somerton
208-325-8448

ID National Scenic Byway Pend Oreille Scenic Byway Pend Oreille (pon-der-ay) Scenic Byway is a "passage through time" that tracks cataclysmic glacial events, centuries of human activity, and the seasonal migrations of wildlife. Recreation seekers will love the miles of shoreline.

Travel Information

Hope-Clark Fork-Trestle Creek Chamber of Commerce
208-266-1552

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Steve Klatt
208-263-8399

IL National Scenic Byway Great River Road - Illinois Experiencing the Mississippi River for the first time is a memory few can forget, whether it's the power of a flood or the beauty of a golden sunset reflecting on still waters. Illinois presents its own flavor of the Mighty Mississippi.

Travel Information

Western Illinois Tourism Development Office
309-837-7460; 877-GRR-7007

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Roger Carmack
(309) 837-7460 or (877) 477-7007

IL All-American Road Historic National Road - Illinois As part of one of the first transcontinental highways, the National Road holds historical significance and a glimpse at the past. Visitors can view real archaeological remains at the mysterious Cahokia Mounds on the byway.

Travel Information

Effingham Convention & Visitors Bureau
800-772-0750

Collinsville Convention & Visitors Bureau
618-345-4999

Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
(618) 346-5160

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Karen Cheatum
800-772-0750

IL National Scenic Byway Lincoln Highway This historic byway follows the original alignment of the Lincoln Highway, the first paved, transcontinental highway in the United States. Today cities and historic sites tempt visitors to stop and enjoy the heritage that has thrived along this road.

Travel Information

Illinois Lincoln Highway Coalition
866-455-4249

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Judy Hallin
866-455-4249

Bob Lukens
(708) 895-8200

IL National Scenic Byway Meeting of the Great Rivers Scenic Route This corner of Illinois is dotted with history and legends. The last Lincoln-Douglas debate took place here. Look for the Piasa Bird perched on the bluffs that line the edge of the byway as it winds along the confluence of three great rivers.

Travel Information

Greater Alton/Twin Rivers Convention and Visitors Bureau
618-465-6676

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Doug Arnold
800-258-6645

IL National Scenic Byway Ohio River Scenic Byway - Illinois This byway's arresting beauty and intriguing history are largely due to the route's close proximity to the Ohio River. Travelers enjoy visiting Cave-in-the-Rock, where pirates once dwelt, as well as the various war forts, and underground railroad sites.

Travel Information

Southernmost Illinois Tourism Bureau
618-845-3777

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Jess Taylor
618-683-6246

IN All-American Road Historic National Road - Indiana Running through the heart of Indiana, the Historic National Road continues on its journey across the country. Visitors will pass Indiana's capitol city and have a chance to find treasure in Antique Alley.

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Indiana National Road Association
765-478-3172

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Joseph Michael Jarzen
765-478-3172

Marianna Weinzapfel
317-232-8897

IN National Scenic Byway Ohio River Scenic Byway - Indiana Traversing 303 miles of the lush hills and farmlands of southern Indiana and paralleling the mighty Ohio River, this byway is a remarkable route that links historic villages and farms through a picturesque landscape.

Travel Information

Chamber of Commerce
812-838-3639

Historic Southern Indiana
1-800-489-4474

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Linda Lytle
812-265-2956

KY National Scenic Byway Country Music Highway The sounds of traditional Appalachian and contemporary country music can be heard along the Country Music Highway. This region is paramount in Appalachian heritage and is the home of 9 well-known country music artists along with many others.

Travel Information

Southern & Eastern KY Tourism Development Association
606-677-6096

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Vicki Kidd
606-677-6185

KY National Scenic Byway Red River Gorge Scenic Byway More than 100 stone arches attract visitors to the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway. These arches, formed over millions of years, are now framed by forests, the Red River, and wilderness areas along the byway.

Travel Information

Southern & Eastern KY Tourism Development Association
606-677-6096

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Vicki Kidd
606-677-6185

KY National Scenic Byway Wilderness Road Heritage Highway The Wilderness Road Heritage Highway interprets and celebrates the migration of peoples through the Cumberland Gap and the subsequent development of Kentucky's nationally renowned crafts and country music heritage.

Travel Information

Southern & Eastern KY Tourism Development Association
606-677-6096

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Vicki Kidd
606-677-6185

LA All-American Road Creole Nature Trail Highlights of this route include four National Wildlife Refuges, salt and freshwater resources, Civil War and archaeological dig sites, and miles of natural beaches, marshlands, and prairie lands, all yielding an abundance of wildlife and scenic appeal.

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Southwest Louisiana/Lake Charles Convention and Visitors Bureau
1-800-456-SWLA

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Shelley Johnson
337-436-9588

MD National Scenic Byway Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway This network of roads in Chesapeake County is never far from water. Visitors travel through pastoral scenes and may stop at many sites, museums, beaches, historic ferries, churches and houses, and several wildlife refuges.

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Queen Anne's Department of Business and Tourism
1-888-400-7787

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Barbara Siegert
410-604-2100

MD All-American Road Historic National Road - Maryland As the first federally funded road, this road provided a gateway to the West for thousands of settlers who followed it from Baltimore through the Appalachians to Vandalia, Illinois. Today, the Historic National Road provides a link to our nation's past.

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Not available

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Marci Wolff Ross
410-767-6286

ME All-American Road Acadia Byway Fog is a common site along this byway, muting the landscape with its romantically gray mists. In the midday sun, the sea's bright blue surface is studded with colorful lobster buoys, and at sundown, the sea glows in soft pinks, mauves, and gold.

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Jill Reeves
(207) 288-5103

Risteene Masters
(207) 288-5103

Acadia National Park Service
207-288-3888

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Claire Wood
207-288-5103

ME National Scenic Byway Old Canada Road Scenic Byway Traveling this byway feels like stepping into a snapshot of the past. Visitors pass through villages and outposts that are almost the same as they were at the turn of the century. Remote and unspoiled, this neck of the Maine woods is a spectacular place.

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Maine Office of Tourism
888-624-6345

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Bruce Hazard
207-778-3885

ME National Scenic Byway Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway The Rangeley Lakes region is extraordinary country. Mountains, lakes, rivers, and forests meet to form unusual beauty and peace. It is a place where wildlife from moose to eagles have space to roam -- a place where wild trout and salmon thrive.

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Maine Office of Tourism
888-624-6345

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Evelyn McAllister
207-864-2310

ME National Scenic Byway Schoodic Scenic Byway The Schoodic Scenic Byway in northeastern Maine is one of the last frontiers on the eastern seaboard. Unspoiled, it passes through a landscape of lobstering, clamming, blueberry fields, eagles, and historic buildings and lighthouses.

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Maine Office of Tourism
888-624-6345

Schoodic Area Chamber of Commerce
207-963-7658

Acadia National Park Service
207-288-3888

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Peter Drinkwater
(207) 963-2710

MI National Scenic Byway Woodward Avenue (M-1) Starting at the Detroit River in Detroit and ending in the City of Pontiac, Woodward Avenue includes both landmarks of the past and monuments to the future in its history, cultural institutions, and beautiful architecture.

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Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau
313-202-1800

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Deborah Kay Schutt
248-332-0326

MN National Scenic Byway Edge of the Wilderness Leave the urban center of Grand Rapids and enter 47 miles of natural wonders found in upper Minnesota, including vistas of flat, lowland meadows, swamps and lakes, rolling hills of hardwood forests, and remnants of glaciers long gone.

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Not available

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Tarry Edington
218-327-0966

MN National Scenic Byway Great River Road - Minnesota Follow the Great River Road from its source in Minnesota. Marked by the green and white riverboat wheel signs, the road winds through Minnesotas most distinctive cities and historic places. Enjoy the natural beauty of Minnesota lakes along the way.

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Mississippi River Parkway Commission of Minnesota
(763) 212-2560

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Sue Ryan
763-212-2231

MN National Scenic Byway Historic Bluff Country Scenic Byway Follow the panoramic Root River Valley to the Mississippi River. Enjoy the scenery Minnesota’s rich and rolling farmland on the western end and on the eastern end, view the spectacular tree covered bluffs featuring limestone palisades and rich hardwoods.

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Tammy L Hughes
800-428-2030

MN National Scenic Byway Minnesota River Valley Scenic Byway This byway wanders past rich farmland and through towns steeped in Minnesota history. Passing rolling farmland and woodlands bordering the river between Belle Plaine and Browns Valley, driving the byway is a scenic, historical and cultural experience.

Travel Information

New Ulm Chamber of Commerce
888-463-9856

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Dawn E. Hegland
320-289-1981

Terry Sveine

MN All-American Road North Shore Scenic Drive Does a drive along the shoreline sound enticing? The North Shore Scenic Drive of Minnesota has what no other place in the Midwest can offer -- an inland sea, a mountain backdrop, and state parks with historic sites to mark the path.

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Minnesota Office of Tourism
612-296-5027

Grand Portage Traveler Information Center
218-475-2592

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Marty D Schultz
218-722-5545

MN National Scenic Byway The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway is a system of lovely trails, paths, and roadways in a totally unique urban setting that includes dozens of parks, lakes, and historic districts. Driving this byway is truly an exploration of grand proportions.

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Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board
612-661-4800

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Abby Bennett-Schrader
612-661-4882

MO National Scenic Byway Crowley's Ridge Parkway - Missouri Like an isolated island in the swampy land of southeast Missouri, Crowley's Ridge offered settlers a scenic and safe place to live while working. Today, it offers visitors a fantastic look at Missouri's history, culture, and beloved natural resources.

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Tourism Advisory Council
(573) 334-4142

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MO National Scenic Byway Little Dixie Highway of the Great River Road Traveler's on the Little Dixie Highway capture a glimpse of a unique southern flair through the area's Victorian-era streetscapes and plantation-era mansions. The area reminds its travelers of the far-reaching effects of slavery and the Civil War.

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Ralph Huesing
573-242-3993

MS All-American Road Natchez Trace Parkway - Mississippi Since the late 1930's, the National Park Service has been constructing a modern parkway that closely follows the course of the original Natchez, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Indian trails to the northeast, an unhurried route from Natchez to Nashville.

Travel Information

Natchez Trace Parkway
1-800-305-7417

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Mike Anderson
601-680-4014

MT All-American Road Beartooth Highway - Montana Heralded as "the most beautiful road in America" by Charles Kuralt, Beartooth Highway takes travelers through national forests and the Beartooths, one of the highest and most rugged areas in the US, with 20 peaks over 12,000 feet in elevation.

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Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce
406-446-1718

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Denise Parsons
406-446-1718

NC All-American Road Blue Ridge Parkway - North Carolina Experience spectacular mountain and valley vistas, quiet pastoral scenes, sparkling waterfalls, colorful flowers, and foliage displays from a road that was designed with scenery in mind. The Parkway extends through the heart of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Phil Noblitt
828-271-4779, Ext 242

NC National Scenic Byway Cherohala Skyway - North Carolina The Cherohala Skyway winds through the tops of the mountains between North Carolina and Tennessee. Take a hike and have a picnic at one of the many scenic stops this byway has to offer.

Travel Information

Graham County Chamber of Commerce
1-704-479-3790

US Forest Service - Cheoah Ranger District
828-479-6431

North Carolina Travel & Tourism Division
919-733-4171

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David H Wright
828-257-4256

ND National Scenic Byway Sheyenne River Valley Scenic Byway Open-prairie panoramas, heavy woods, and lush farmland flank this drive along the Sheyenne River. The road's sides are sprayed with wildflowers in spring and summer; they're aflame with sunflowers in autumn.

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Valley City Chamber of Commerce & Convention Visitor Bureau
701-845-1891

Fort Ransom State Park
701-973-4331

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Mary Lee Nielson
701-845-1891

NH National Scenic Byway Kancamagus Scenic Byway The Kancamagus Highway is undoubtedly one of the most scenic routes through the White Mountains. "The Kanc," as locals call it, climbs to nearly 3,000 feet above sea level on the flank of Mt. Kancamagus.

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White Mountains Attraction
1-800-346-3687

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Dick Hamilton
603-745-8720

NH National Scenic Byway White Mountain Trail Discover the mystery of the White Mountains. First home to the Abenaki Indians, and later the inspiration of artists and authors (including Nathaniel Hawthorne), the White Mountain trail's stories and natural wonders still captivate visitors.

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White Mountains Attraction
1-800-346-3687

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Dick Hamilton
603-745-8720

NM National Scenic Byway Billy the Kid Trail Follow the ghosts of famous lawmen, outlaws, and warriors through the rugged beauty of the million-acre Lincoln National Forest. From grassy plains to dense pine forests, the region is known for its stunning views and cool mountain climate.

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Ruidoso Chamber of Commerce/Visitor's Center
505-257-7395

Village of Ruidoso
505-258-4343

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Tracey Jeffers
(505) 257-1333

NM National Scenic Byway El Camino Real - New Mexico During colonial years, New Mexico was tied to the outside world by one thoroughfare, El Camino Real. This route descended the Rio Grande valley from Santa Fe on its way to Mexico City to the south.

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Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
505-842-9003

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Cathy Gonzales
505-842-9003

NM National Scenic Byway Historic Route 66 - New Mexico "Get your kicks on Route 66!" Grasp the spirit of American mobility, independence, and freedom as you enjoy a cultural mix of Native American Heritage, old Spanish Pueblos, 19th century ranches, and remnants of authentic Route 66-era tourist attraction.

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New Mexico Department of Tourism
800-545-2070

New Mexico Route 66 Association
800-766-4405

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Johnnie v Meier
505-852-2995

NM National Scenic Byway Jemez Mountain Trail Just north of Albuquerque is one of New Mexico's most spectacular scenic drives. This journey through time takes you past amazing geological formations, ancient Indian ruins, one Indian Pueblo, and the area's logging, mining, and ranching heritage.

Travel Information

Sandoval County Visitors Center
505-867-TOUR

Jemez Springs Visitor Information
1-505-829-9155

Pueblo of Jemez
505-834-7235

County of Sandoval
505-867-8687

Walatowa Visitor Center
1-505-834-7235

Sandoval County Tourism Department
1-800-252-0191

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Donna M Wylie
505-867-8687

NM National Scenic Byway Santa Fe Trail - New Mexico Witness America on the Move; as you traverse one of America's first great trade routes. Visit historic sites such as Fort Union, Wagon Mound, and Point of Rocks, enjoying the rough Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the gama-buffalo grasslands.

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New Mexico Vacation Guide
800-733-6396

Ratón Visitor Information Center
505-445-2761

Santa Fe Visitor Information Center
505-827-7336

New Mexico Department of Tourism
800-545-2070

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Martin Leger
1-800-545-2070

NM National Scenic Byway Turquoise Trail Rather than driving I-25 between Albuquerque and Sante Fe, drive back into history and get a flavor of the old West. Visit the "ghost" mining towns of Golden, Madrid, and Cerrillos, which are now coming alive with arts, crafts, theater, music, and more!

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Turquoise Trail Association
888-263-0003

New Mexico Lodging Reservations
1-800-473-1000

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Carla Ward
505-281-5233

NV National Scenic Byway Lake Tahoe - Eastshore Drive The Eastshore Drive skirts the edges of Lake Tahoe, providing visitors with breathtaking views of the Lake Tahoe Basin. The visitor center offers accounts of the pioneer and Indian history of the area.

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Tahoe Douglas Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center
(775) 588-4591

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Kathleen Farrell
775-588-4591

NV All-American Road Las Vegas Strip This is the only scenic route that is more scenic at night than during the day. It is more compact than most byways, too. Every few hundred feet offers a different experience, from Egyptian pyramids to medieval castles to Roman empires.

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Nevada Commission on Tourism
775-687-4322

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Kristine R Roberts
702-455-5198

NV National Scenic Byway Pyramid Lake Scenic Byway As the only byway in the nation entirely within a tribal reservation, this route takes visitors around one of the largest desert lakes in the world and provides a unique opportunity to interact with the Paiute tribe.

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I-80 Smoke Shop
(775) 575-2181

Pyramid Lake Marina
(775) 476-1156

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Della John
775-574-1000

NY All-American Road Lakes to Locks Passage: The Great Northeast Journey Paralleling Lake Champlain and the Champlain Canal, Lakes to Locks Passage promises scenic views and a mix of history as the story of North America's oldest commercial waterway, and the explorers and natives who used it, unfolds.

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Adirondack Regional Tourism Council
1-800-487-6867

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Suzanne Maye
518-597-9660

Janet Kennedy
518-597-9660

NY National Scenic Byway Seaway Trail This touring route along the coast of the eastern Great Lakes demonstrates the forces of nature through a landscape that was formed by glaciers and shaped by wind and water. Historic and picturesque lighthouses dot the landscape along the trail.

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NYS Seaway Trail, Inc.
(315) 646-1000

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Greg Marshall
716-546-3070

OH National Scenic Byway Amish Country Byway Simple living is the heritage signature of the Amish, visible all along the Amish Country Byway through laundry hanging out to dry or roadside strawberries. Come see how the Amish and their neighbors live and work together to create a distinctive society.

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Chamber of Commerce/Travel and Tourism Bureau of Holmes County
330-674-3975

Media & Promotion

Pat Brown
330-674-3975

OH National Scenic Byway CanalWay Ohio Scenic Byway Explore and understand the development of the Ohio and Erie Canal. This byway is dotted with historical sites evidencing the influence of the canal. Hikers, bikers, and tourists will find a plethora of sights to enjoy, including popular Towpath Trail.

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Tim Donovan
216 348-1825

OH All-American Road Historic National Road - Ohio Historic "pike" towns, bridges, rolling hills, and long stretches of horizon all tell the story of the Historic National Road in Ohio, one section of the first transcontinental highway that connected a continent, people, and ideas.

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Ohio Historic Preservation Office
614-298-2000

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Colleen May
1-800-848-1300

Vicky Branson
614-297-2319

OH National Scenic Byway Ohio River Scenic Byway - Ohio The focal point of this byway, the Ohio River, provides history and scenery alike. It was used by European settlers to access the West, as a gateway to freedom for many slaves, and as the means to financial success for industrialists and merchants.

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Ohio River Trails, Inc.
513-553-1500

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Dick Thomas
(740) 423-7233

OR National Scenic Byway Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway The towering Cascade Mountains provide the backdrop for this scenic drive. They offer fabulous hiking and challenging rock climbing. This byway also crosses paths with early explorers and trappers like Kit Carson, John C. Fremont, and Nathaniel J. Wyeth.

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Bend Visitor Center and Chamber of Commerce
800-905-2362

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Jackie French
541-385-9929

OR All-American Road Hells Canyon Scenic Byway - Oregon A journey along the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway can forever change your perspective of nature. The dramatic landscape enfolds and inspires you as the 225-mile journey takes you from the river's edge up to the mountaintop and back down to the valley floor.

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Eastern Oregon Visitor Association
800-332-1843

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Janet Dodson
(541) 963-8588

OR All-American Road Historic Columbia River Highway The Columbia River is exquisite, and the Columbia River Highway gives travelers the chance to follow this beautiful river for nearly 50 miles. You can also sweep past majestic waterfalls, including Multnomah Falls, the most visited natural site in Oregon.

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US Forest Service - Columbia River Gorge Nat'l Scenic Area
541-386-2333

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Jan McCarten

OR National Scenic Byway McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway This byway flaunts the highest concentration of snowcapped volcanoes (and associated glaciers) in the lower 48 states. Broken Top Mountain and The Three Sisters, along with their waterfalls, tower gloriously above the route.

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US Forest Service - McKenzie Ranger Station
541-822-3381

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Natalie Inouye
541-484-5307

OR National Scenic Byway Outback Scenic Byway Take an expedition through Oregon’s remote and rugged Great Basin Country. Here you can explore volcanic remnants like Fort Rock, find fossils at Fossil Lake, see Old Perpetual Geyser, or visit Albert Rim, the largest geological fault in North America.

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Lake County Chamber of Commerce
541-947-6040

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Deanna Johnston
(541) 947-6040

OR All-American Road Pacific Coast Scenic Byway - Oregon This byway sweeps along the full length of Oregon's stunning coast. Dazzling beaches and hushed temperate rain forests govern the northern section, while sandy beaches, dunes, rugged cliffs, and farms dominate the southern portion.

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Oregon Coast Visitor's Association

Oregon Tourism Commission
503-986-0000

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Rebecah Morris
541-574-2679

OR National Scenic Byway Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway From rolling oak-covered hills to towering coniferous forests, from roaring white water rapids to inter-canyon lava flows, the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, or "highway of waterfalls", entices many with 172 miles of diverse river and mountain adventures.

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Medford Visitors and Convention Bureau
541-779-4847

Upper Rogue Regional Tourism Alliance
541-878-3626

Roseburg Visitors and Convention Bureau
541-672-9731

Media & Promotion

Jean Margaret Kurtz
1-800-444-9584

Kami Farmer
541-779-4691

OR All-American Road Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Oregon This diverse byway follows the brims of lakes, diverse wetlands, scenic ranches, thriving croplands, and forests full of bald eagles. It also passes brilliant Crater Lake National Park and historic Crater Lake Lodge.

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Klamath County Dept. of Tourism
1-800-445-6728

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OR National Scenic Byway West Cascades Scenic Byway This 220-mile scenic byway isn't the shortest route between Portland and Eugene, but it does offer some of the best "up-close and personal" views of thundering waterfalls, lush ancient forests, rushing whitewater, and cool, placid lakes.

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Willamette National Forest
541-225-6300

Mt. Hood National Forest
(503) 630-6861

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Mandy L Cole
503-986-0004

Stacey Smith
(541) 822-7210

PA All-American Road Historic National Road - PA America's first federal highway did more than just connect the eastern seaboard with the western frontier. It served as the settlers' lifeline and eventually a young nation`s major artery for travel and commerce.

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Annie Urban
724-238-5661 x14

Donna R Holdorf
724-437-9877

Mark Tallarico
724-228-5520

SC National Scenic Byway Ashley River Road The story of the American South unfolds as you visit three National Historic Landmarks: Old St. Andrew's Church, Drayton Hall or Middleton Place. The Southern plantations and old Baptist churches capture the heart of colonialism and a rich slave culture.

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Charleston Visitor Reception Center
843-853-8000

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Valerie Perry
843-853-8000, ext. 3105

SC National Scenic Byway Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway Following an ancient Cherokee path, this beautiful two-lane road leaves I-85 at Gaffney, makes a 130-mile arc through peach orchards and villages, travels past Cowpens Battlefield and several state parks, and journeys over Lake Keowee to meet I-85 again.

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Discover Upcountry Carolina Association, Inc.
864-233-2690

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Tim Todd
864-233-2690

SC National Scenic Byway Savannah River Scenic Byway Winding along three major lakes, this road crosses four counties. Spring and fall colors are especially beautiful along this easy-traveling river route. Many recreation areas are found along the way.

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South Carolina Dept. of Parks, Recreation & Tourism
803-734-1700

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Terri Cowling
803-734-0136

SD National Scenic Byway Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway The highlights of this byway include historic Mount Rushmore and the spectacular Black Hills. Pigtail bridges and narrow tunnels traverse rugged terrain, massive granite outcroppings, and diverse landscape found along the route.

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Custer State Park
(605) 255-4515

SD Dept. of Transportation - Custer
(605) 673-4948

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Stephen P Keegan
(605) 673-9236

SD National Scenic Byway The Native American Scenic Byway The history of the Sioux and other indigenous people unfolds along this byway. Encompassing the reservations of both the Crow Creek and the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservations, this byway also features unique sites along the Missouri River.

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Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Tourism Office
605-473-0561

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Scott Jones
605-473-5399

TN National Scenic Byway Cherohala Skyway - Tennessee Cultural heritage and historic sites of the Cherokee tribe and early settlers are offered as the Skyway winds its way through the grand forest environment of the southern Appalachian Mountains.

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Cherokee National Forest
423-476-9700

Monroe County Tourism Council
1-800-245-5428

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Jill Handly
423-442-9147

TN All-American Road Natchez Trace Parkway-Tennessee Native Americans, Kaintuck boatmen, post riders, government officials, soldiers, and fortune seekers all moved across this 425-mile trail charting new territory and creating a vital link between the Mississippi Territory and the fledgling United States.

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Natchez Trace Parkway
1-800-305-7417

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Mike Anderson
601-680-4014

UT National Scenic Byway Flaming Gorge-Uintas Scenic Byway Designated as the state's first National Forest Scenic Byway in 1988, this route, known as "The Drive Through the Ages," travels through the Ashley National Forest east of the Uinta Mountains, one of the few east-west ranges in the country.

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Dinosaurland Travel Board
1-800-477-5558

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Brad Exton
435-781-5163

UT All-American Road Highway 12-A Journey Through Time Scenic Byway This journey through time connects National parks, monuments, and forests to preserve some of the most stunning artwork of Mother Nature. Red rock cliffs and Aspen covered mountains are just some of the wonders travelers will see.

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Garfield County Travel Council
1-800-444-6689

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K Bruce Fullmer
800-444-6689

Nan Groves Anderson
435-425-3930

UT National Scenic Byway Logan Canyon Scenic Byway From historic Cache Valley on the west to beautiful Bear Lake on the east, the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway winds northeast through the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Along the way, 500 million years of geologic history unfold in rugged rock formations.

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US Forest Service - Logan Ranger District
435- 755-3620

Bridgerland Travel Region
435-752-2161

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Maridene Alexander Hancock
435-752-2161

UT National Scenic Byway Nebo Loop Scenic Byway Connecting the cities of Nephi and Payson, this route offers breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains and 11,877-foot Mt. Nebo, the tallest mountain in the range. There are many scenic overlooks, and the fall foliage is spectacular.

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Mountainland Travel Region
801-229-3800

US Forest Service - Uinta National Forest - Nephi/Payson area
801-377-5780

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Shawn J Seager
801-229-3837

UT National Scenic Byway The Energy Loop: Huntington & Eccles Canyons Scenic Byways The Energy Loop begins and ends at the eastern and western valleys below the Wasatch Plateau. During its course, the byway travels through a variety of landscapes and gives the traveler a historical perspective on the region.

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Castle Country Travel Bureau
1-800-842-0789

Layne Miller
435-627-8954

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Kathy Hanna
435-637-3009 1-800-842-0789

WA All-American Road Chinook Scenic Byway The Chinook Scenic Byway encompasses the unique beauty of both Mount Rainier National Park and the Mather Parkway. Enjoy deep shadowy forests, clear icy lakes, misty waterfalls, and river canyons as you travel through this landscape of scenic wonder.

Travel Information

Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce
360-825-7666

Yakima Valley Visitor and Convention Center
1-800-221-0751

Mount Rainier Visitor Information
360-569-2211

Washington State Tourism Div.
800-544-1800, ext. 036

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Stacy Schuster
360-663-3011

Sandy Meeve
360-825-8369

WA National Scenic Byway Mountains to Sound Greenway - I-90 Beginning at the historic Seattle waterfront, the byway travels from the Puget Sound and over the Cascade Mountains to the dry plateaus of eastern Washington.

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Washington State Tourism Div.
800-544-1800, ext. 036

Washington State Dept. of Trade and Economic Development
360-753-5601

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Nancy Keith
206-382-5565

WA National Scenic Byway Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway - SR 112 Whether you watch the waves break, take a ride on a salmon charter, learn about Native American cultures, or watch whales spout, the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway can be an adventure for a day or week.

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Clallam Bay-Sekiu Chamber of Commerce

Sande Balch
360-963-2346

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Rick Hert
360-452-8552

WI National Scenic Byway Great River Road - Wisconsin Wisconsin's Great River Road flanks the majestic Mississippi River as it winds along 250 miles of Wisconsin's western border. Take in scenes of towering bluffs with the beautiful riverside, and catch the local culture in the 33 rivertowns on the way.

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LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Area Convention and Visitor Bureau
800-658-9480

Wisconsin Department of Tourism
608-266-2161

Media & Promotion

Debra J Skinner
608-267-0752

WV National Scenic Byway Highland Scenic Highway This highway, located in the Monongahela National Forest, traverses through river valleys and up onto mountain ridges, providing breathtaking vistas and scenic walks through mountain bogs and cranberry glades.

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Gauley Ranger District
304-846-2695

Media & Promotion

James F Heinle
304-636-1800

WV All-American Road Historic National Road - WV The Historic National Road, our nation's first federally funded highway, is part of the fabric of our culture. By traveling this corridor, the visitor will experience the landscape, monuments, homes, and the culture created by the great flow of people.

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Wheeling Convention and Visitors Bureau
1-800-828-3097

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Connie New Twedt
304-233-7709

Debra Ann Keddie
304-242-8884

WV National Scenic Byway Midland Trail Have a sampling of West Virginia on the Midland Trail. Before the development of interstates, the byway was the main route through the West Virginian mountains for trucks and autos. Now it is a main route for recreation seekers.

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West Virginia Division of Tourism
304-558-2766

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Alice Hypes
304-343-6001

WV National Scenic Byway The Coal Heritage Trail Capture the essence of America's industrial heritage in the mountains and valleys of Virginia's smokeless coal fields. Become acquainted with the working-class culture of racial diversity through coal miner houses, railroad structures and strip mines.

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Southern West Virginia Convention & Visitors Bureau
800-VISIT-WV (800-847-4898)

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Christy C Bailey
304-732-6707

Pete Ballard
304-753-5114

WV National Scenic Byway Washington Heritage Trail Enjoy the flavor of early New England in places like Berkeley Castle, Belle Boyd House, and Harper's Ferry. Encounter the lives of the Washington family at their estate of Claymont Court, or visit the Washington family graves in historic Charlestown.

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Martinsburg-Berkeley Convention & Visitors Bureau
304.264.8801

Jefferson County Convention and Visitors Bureau
1 800 848 TOUR

Travel Berkeley Springs
800-447-8797

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Sally K Marshall
304 258 1121

WY All-American Road Beartooth Scenic Byway - Wyoming Beginning at the mouth of America's oldest national park, Yellowstone, this byway offers an assortment of unique wonders including pink snow in the summer, alpine meadows carpeted with forget-me-nots, and the jagged Beartooth Mountains.

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Shoshone National Forest
307-527-6921

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Claudia Wade
307-587-2777


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