Ultimate Road Trips: USA & Canada (Paperback)
Ultimate Road Trips: USA & Canada provides detailed itineraries for 32 amazing driving routes and adventures, from enthralling national parks to charming small towns.
Including epic journeys like California’s Highway 1, the Canadian Rockies, coastal New England, Hawaii and Alaska, each chapter features route maps and color photos. This guide also has descriptions of all the must-see highlights including short hikes, family-friendly attractions and world-class museums, and the best places to eat and sleep, from quirky diners and hip cafes to retro-cool motels, cozy cabins and stylish glamping resorts. You'll learn the best times to go both for great weather and avoiding the crowds, and find invaluable tips on ensuring a smooth ride. Award-winning travel writer Andrew Collins crisscrossed the region numerous times, having driven through every US state and Canadian province. Car vacations were already gaining in popularity before the pandemic.
Now, with travel picking up again, there's an even stronger interest in the independent journey; when your significant other, family or a group of friends can just hop into a car, hit the open road, and seek out less-crowded encounters with natural beauty.
About the Author
Andrew Collins has written and edited dozens of travel guidebooks, mostly for Fodor's and Moon Travel Guides. An inveterate globetrotter and road-tripper, Andrew lives with his partner, Fernando, in Mexico City, while spending much of his time in the Pacific Northwest and New England regions of the United States. Andrew's weird travel goal is to travel to every county in the US. Currently, he's been to 2,296 out of 3,065 counties (including parishes in Louisiana and boroughs in Alaska). He also teaches travel writing and food writing for New York City's renowned Gotham Writers Workshop. See AndrewsTraveling.com.
"Ultimate Road Trips is a roadmap on what to do outside your car as well, with advice on when to visit, where to stay and eat, and what to do like nature hikes and museum visits." -Donald Padgett, Out Traveler