Coast 2 Coast

I am planning to do picrel in a vehicle solo. Any tips on what to bring, what to do, how long to drive a day etc. etc.?

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    you went through canada instead of the us, you got stuck with 6$ a gallon gas and 50 mph speed limit, congrats

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why would you go through Canada instead of the USA?
      Canada is boring as shit. 90% of the landscape outside of BC and the Atlantic provinces is just going to be a dry plain or muskeg.

      I want to see all the provinces, thats why.

      Coast to coast is a waste of time. 80 percent of the trip is just boring highway driving with very little to look forward to. The best shit is all out west. Do a north-south or south-north trip from California to Vancouver instead. Preferably in last September or early October. Better weather, no crowds.

      San Diego-Orange County-Las Vegas-Grand Canyon-Zion-Bryce-Jackson Hole-Yellowstone-Big Sky-Bozeman-Missoula-Coeur d'Alene-Seattle-Vancouver

      That sounds like an amazing trip, I am looking to do a c2c in canada for this one first though.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        You want to see 4 days of corn or wheat fields?

        I get this board has a hateboner for merrica because... it just sucks! lol. If you're going to do coast to coast, at least America has route 66 with enough historical and neat things along the way to go do and see. The route you have is going to be borning as shit especially the route you have taking the southern border route.

        Thunderbay is just a train yard
        Winnipeg is sizable but that doesn't mean anything with nothing to do it's the exact copy of a midwest US city but with more bland food
        Calgary can be nice depending the time of year but it's just filled with hippies
        Southern route of the mountains will miss out on some of the best views

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'd rather go the southern way in ontario that goes around lake superior
      if you do, the thunder bay to sault ste marie is the most isolated part of the trip, make sure to gas up
      also highway 3 instead of the tc in bc

      Why would you go through Canada instead of the USA?
      Canada is boring as shit. 90% of the landscape outside of BC and the Atlantic provinces is just going to be a dry plain or muskeg.

      Are there many black women in the Northern states? I really enjoy the darkness.

      >get denied entry because you smoked cannabis, once!

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you go through Canada instead of the USA?
    Canada is boring as shit. 90% of the landscape outside of BC and the Atlantic provinces is just going to be a dry plain or muskeg.

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Coast to coast is a waste of time. 80 percent of the trip is just boring highway driving with very little to look forward to. The best shit is all out west. Do a north-south or south-north trip from California to Vancouver instead. Preferably in last September or early October. Better weather, no crowds.

    San Diego-Orange County-Las Vegas-Grand Canyon-Zion-Bryce-Jackson Hole-Yellowstone-Big Sky-Bozeman-Missoula-Coeur d'Alene-Seattle-Vancouver

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      agreed, but go farther north than Vancouver, that's where the best stuff is. i did a canadian driving vacation 10 years ago. I started in Vancouver, went up through Whistler and about halfway up BC, then over to Jasper, and south to Banff. Then we went through southern BC, back to Vancouver.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        The furthest up I made it was to Squamish to go white water rafting. We had kids with us and they were too tired after rafting to do Whistler like we planned, so I never got to see it. That hour drive from Vancouver to Squamish was one of the most gorgeous roads Ive ever been on. If the rest of that drive to Banff is half as good, it would be worth it.

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    scrap that route
    do it through the US instead because you'll spend easily 50% less on gas, food and accommodation

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Are there many black women in the Northern states? I really enjoy the darkness.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        No

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        lmao. a cucked homosexual doesn't even feel shame about his herpes addiction. lol. why don't you just go to the zoo and breed a monkey. lmao

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dip into idaho at coeur d'alene, go to flathead lake, missoula and yellowstone, then dip into the US again in the upper peninsula of michigan, boom your trip just got 10 times better, it would be way cooler of you weant through colorado insteak of saskatchewan also. The manitoba, dakatos, nebraska, kansas, oklahoma, texas corridor sucks nomatter what though.
    Also don't do this trip in winter obviously lol, massive amounts of snow and major road closures

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stay off Hwy 11 in Ontario and take Hwy 17 instead. You'll avoid the two worst parts of Ontario (Northern Ont north of Superior, and Southern Ontario), and see the Lake Superior/Ottawa River valley instead.

    You asked this in /k/ before, correct?

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    A fire extinguisher

  8. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    man what point is there to driving into toronto? I live in toronto (born and raised in kelowna BC) and would not recommend it. the traffic is frankly absurd and what will you do? pay 80 bucks to park for the night while you stay in an overpriced hotel? or just extend your trip by 6 hours entering and exiting the city?

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just the mention of toronto automatically makes this a bait thread

  9. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Google maps --> avoid highways
    made iowa and nebraska reasonably nice, indiana bearable, and eastern colorado memorable

  10. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go along Lake Superior and listen to Gordon Lightfoot from Thunder Bay to Sault ste Marie. You can thank me later. When I did this trip try to aim for 6-8 hour days. Alternating between provincial parks and motels is comfy. Highly suggest Dinosaur provincial park in Alberta, Hoito Finnish cultural restaurant in Thunder Bay, and upper Canada village. It’s a fun trip anon. Enjoy it.

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