Going to the Sun Road, Glacier National Park (MT)
The Road: 50 miles of paved, high-elevation pavement in Montana, and the first National Park Service road to cross the Continental Divide.
The Ride: From the scenic stretches of Lake McDonald and the steep cliffs of the Logan Pass to the Jackson Glacier Overlook, views from the Going to the Sun Road will tempt you to pull over, take your helmet off, and grab a snapshot.
When To Go: Though the road is typically open by late June or early July, closures due to snowfall are not uncommon during the rest of the year. Check the National Park Service for status on plowing and accessibility.