The Beartooth Pass, Wyoming has several ups and downs with only a few guard rails to test your biking skills. Drive along the road and you find be rewarded with some of the most breath-taking sights of the mountains. The road weaves its way through dense deep forests, passes by meandering rivers and majestic rocks, snow and tundra. A roller-coaster plunge down the steep rock on the route will take your breath away.
San Juan Mountain Skyway, Colorado is, in fact, a loop so that you can start your journey from anywhere and take any direction. You may encounter the kind of scenery on a part of the Rocky Mountains that you may not have seen before. Your way may pass through historic mining towns, national parks, thick forests and world-class ski-resorts. The San Juan Mountains host some of Colorado's selected group of 14,000 foot high mountain peaks. Motor cycle riders may come across red rock crayons, fabulous river valleys, hot springs and spectacular mountain peaks in an area some people love to call as the Switzerland of America.
Tunnel of the Trees Road passes through a thick canopy of trees along the forest terrain. It runs approximately 35 miles from Mackinac Island, a famous tourist spot located at the junction of Michigan and Upper Peninsula Michigan. You will pass close by the eastern shoreline of the Lake Michigan in a thick forest with some old summer cabin homes on one side and the spectacular shoreline of the Michigan Lake on the other. The best views can be enjoyed along the harbour en-route to the town of Harbour Springs.
The Arkansas Pig Trail can be reached through the town of Ozark situated between the Little Rock and Fort Smith. The trail passes through the rugged and thickly forested Boston Mountain terrains of Ozark Mountains and frequently runs through a tunnel of dense foliage. You are greeted by the wild flowers of the Spring and brilliant colors of the autumn as you drive through the area especially during the spring and fall. The route passes through the Mulberry River and the 165-mile long Ozark Highlands Trail. Beware of lots of hairpin bends and sudden drop-offs where you may find the cliffs right in front of you. You will come across a general store midway where you can get a pin declaring that you have crossed "The Arkansas Dragon."
The 131 mile long Three Sisters Road starts in Medina, Texas and takes you along clear river waters, majestic mountain ranges and Texas style ranches. If you love fishing, you may stop by the Nueces River which abounds in largemouth bass, smallmouth bass and the native Guadalupe bass besides a host of panfish such as redbreast sunfish, rock bass, green sunfish and Rio Grand perch.