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Favorite Road Trips

by Jason H. Harper

The notion of an epic multiday road trip may seem like a thing of the past, having gone out of style with those Griswold station wagons and hitchhiking to San Francisco. But the highway still calls to travelers who know that the journey is just as important as the destination, the rugged adventurer who gets revved by the sound of rubber on tar, the panoramic ever-changing scenery from the driver's seat, the freedom of the open road. Whether you're embarking on a classic stateside sojourn such as Death Valley or going farther afield (Morocco's High Atlas mountains, anyone?), driving allows you to actually take that road less traveled. And we promise you'll never be forced to take off your shoes before embarking—unless you plan to stick your bare feet out the passenger window at 65 mph.

Published May 2007

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