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Blue Ridge Parkway, VA & NC

Starting Point: Roanoke, Virginia The Route: 500 miles. What to Expect: This slice of the iconic Blue Ridge Parkway combines Virginia’s laid-back farmsteads with North Carolina’s Appalachian hardwood forests. Where to Stop: North Carolina’s artsy city of Asheville; scenic Price Lake; mountain towns ...
  • Pinkice.com

    Maine in the fall - There is no other place than New England for the fall. That's why I will never leave. // omG. This is a must drive, especially since I'm a road trip addict. Those colors!

  • Cole Cuomo

    Maine in the fall - There is no other place than New England for the fall. I think that I would also visit New England to see some fall colors. :)

  • Missy Embry

    Autumn Leaves - Moosehead Lake Region, ME

  • Bregje Kroon

    America's Best Fall Color Drives: Moosehead Lake Region, Maine

  • Vivian Santos

    Fall Leaves - Moosehead Lake Region, Maine

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