Linda Gimmeson en Trip and Travel Blog, Travel 30/11/2016 · 2 min de lectura · +400

The Best Interstates for the Long Road-Tripper

The Best Interstates for the Long Road-Tripper

There’s something about driving down the open road that’s therapeutic. Whether you set out on your adventure for a bit of soul-searching, spend some serious quality time with your besties, or you just want to see what this great country has to offer, taking a road trip is just what you need. Just in case you don’t have a predetermined journey to take, we’ve done our research on two of the best routes to take across the good ol’ US-of-A, complete with must-see stops along the way. So, load up on snacks, buckle yourself into your Toyota Tacoma, and push play on your car jams -- it’s go time:

I-90

Seattle to Boston, I-90 stretches 3,085 miles across America and traverses 13 states.

Little Bighorn Battlefield – Near Billings, Montana, this history-rich battlefield commemorates the fight between Custer’s 7th Cavalry and the Lakota-Northern Cheyenne Indians.

Devil’s Tower – The massive stone pillar rises 1,267 feet above the Wyoming landscape below. Named the first National Monument by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906, Devil’s Tower is steeped in Native American folklore.

Badlands National Park – Located around Interior, South Dakota, the Badlands could be a two-day stop. Camping is available, as well as an array of hiking trails and fossil hunts.

Mount Rushmore – Keystone, South Dakota, plays host to the famous 60-foot