The World's Craziest Roads
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/24150334@N08/" class="external" rel="nofollow">Steve Brown</a>
Going-to-the-Sun-Road, Glacier National Park, MT
The Road: The 53-mile, two-lane Going-to-the-Sun-Road spans one of America’s most ambitious national parks. And come summer, visitors can drive the route, providing the National Park Service’s plows have cleared the 80 feet of snow that blanket Logan Pass each year, a task that can take up to 10 weeks to complete.
Insider Tip: Instead of driving directly through the park, take a detour to the Many Glacier Hotel (doubles from $142), a historic post-and-beam lodge on the mountain-flanked shores of Swiftcurrent Lake.