What's state has the best roads for croozin in a car? Anyone here take the Crooze pill? What are the best routes?

What's state has the best roads for croozin in a car? Anyone here take the Crooze pill? What are the best routes?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chuckanut Drive in Washington is pretty sweet.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is the Washington Coast worth it?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, but it is not as nice as Oregon. Twin Harbours State Park is a really nice campsite right along the beach. I would use this as a start or end point and then head down the 101 all the way to California following the ocean. Stay in comfy motels and other random camping sites. It is one of the nicest stretches of road in the world.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Damn that's a good idea. Anything else you suggest for that trip?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Washington has an excellent road system and some pretty great nature as well. I loved the low speed limits, plentiful signage, and great road conditions. Despite being one of the more densely populated states in the West, only a handful of major highways were crowded when I traveled the state.

        Washington does not really have a coast highway per se. You might be thinking of Oregon, which has a kickass coastal route with dozens of state parks along the way. Washington's US-101 only travels along the coast for a few short stretches. 101 in general is a very busy road, not too pleasant for cruising. But the Olympic Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, if you love cool weather and verdant greenery.

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kill avatargays

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      ?

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I-90 is pretty uneventful until you hit a 30 MPH curve with a mile of bumper strips in Cleveland.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pic rel is in France.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    When I did a round trip from Florida to Washington state, I noticed the most well-kept, clear roads and highest speed limits were in South Dakota and Wyoming. 80 mph and no one in sight = zoom zoom.

    As far as scenery goes, Reno going North to Oregon is stellar. You'll pass through a lot of national forests. If you have somewhere to be, I guarantee you'll be late because you'll want to stop and snap a pic all the time.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I've already heard good things about Wyoming, did you stop in north Dakota by chance?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >did you stop in North Dakota
        Not at all. Since I was going east -> west and had stopped in St. Paul, it was a choice of one or the other. Rapid City happened to be cheaper for a stopover.

        I went through Wyoming on the way back, going southeast through Casper through to Nebraska. The road looked brand new, which was very uncanny.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're doing east to west before November, drive to Chicago and take I 90 west all the way to Bozeman Montana, then turn south and cut through Yellowstone. The middle of the US sucks on every route, but I 90 has Chicago, the Badlands, Mount Rushmore, The Devil's tower and Deadwood. Montana is amazing. When you cut through Yellowstone, you can hit Big Sky Montana, Jackson Hole, the Tetons and Lava Hot springs Idaho. Pick up the 15 and do Park City, Zion and Vegas on the way to California. I've done all the routes across the US, and this was the best by far.

    The speed limit on the highway in South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana on the highway is 80. So really, you can drive 90 without worrying about being pulled over. You get through the boring parts a lot faster on this route.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

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      When I did a round trip from Florida to Washington state, I noticed the most well-kept, clear roads and highest speed limits were in South Dakota and Wyoming. 80 mph and no one in sight = zoom zoom.

      As far as scenery goes, Reno going North to Oregon is stellar. You'll pass through a lot of national forests. If you have somewhere to be, I guarantee you'll be late because you'll want to stop and snap a pic all the time.

      anon - I did this without the Yellowstone route (which I regret, but I had to visit a certain Washington city anyways). Great advice here - and if you can't spend that much time in South Dakota, the Badlands are a lot cooler than Mount Rushmore imo.

      Hitting triple digits on the highway in my Corolla was hilarious and fun as frick.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Did you do the Devil's Tower? That's one of the most unreal natural landmarks I've ever seen. It's really fun because you can rock scramble over huge boulders to the base.

        Another really good route is to start in LA and drive up Route 1 to San Francisco. Then cut across to Yosemite National Park and take the back entrance out to Tioga Road. You can cruise up 395 to Lake Tahoe. The mountains are the tallest in the continental US. In the summer and early fall, you can take mountain roads up to Lassen Volcanic, Mount Shasta, Crater Lake and Bend Oregon. Then you cut west and head to the south entrance of Yosemite. There is an infinite amount of beautiful parks and rad towns stuff to see on that route.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I've done that route as well. I would definitely avoid Yellowstone in the high season. Lava hot springs is not as good as crystal hot springs in UT, unless you are camping. I would also avoid Zion unless you are hiking (not very impressive if you are only on the main road). National forests are sometimes more impressive than the national parks, and never crowded. I-15 is a popular drug corridor and full of highway patrol. You're in for a bad time if you have out of state plates and you get pulled over reeking of weed in Utah.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hard disagree about Lava Hot Springs. It's significantly better than crystal springs in every way. The town in Lava Hot Springs has mostly mom and pop restaurants and awesome dive bars. Tubing on the hot spring creek was the most fun I had on my whole Yellowstone trip. You can walk right out of your hotel and throw a tube in the creek and float in the 80 degree water. The historic hotels are amazing too. I always hate small towns in Utah because the Mormons only eat fast food and there is always one bar in town that closes at 9 pm. Crystal Springs doesn't even have that.

        I'd agree about Zion being boring unless you're hiking. I wouldn't go in the summer anyway because it's insanely hot.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I-15 is a popular drug corridor and full of highway patrol

        I drove southbound on it Vegas through to LA in February and visibility got pretty terrible due to sandstorms. I wouldn't recommend driving on I-15 stoned in general, but it could've been just the time of year I chose.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          That's a rare occurrence. I drive it 5 times a year and it's happened maybe twice ever.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            It was sprinkling snow in Vegas the day I left, so yeah, it was just generally bizarre weather for a bizarre day. Might've been the only day it snowed all year this year.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              It'll go 10 years without snowing in Vegas. No joke. I was there once when it rained mud. A huge dust storm got caught up in some storm clouds and it rained heavy drops of mud for 2 hours. I had never seen that in my life.

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    PCH is the GOAT

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I hate California but when I was thinking about the nicest roads I ever driven on, PCH is what came to mind immediately.

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    California

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