Don’t Miss Out On These 3 Scenic Roads In Sunny AZ

driving schoolThe average American drives 29.2 miles a day, usually to and from work, taking up an average duration of 46 minutes. Yet commuting is usually a mindless act; most people don’t even really pay attention, their body just runs through the same repetitive motion it does every day. However, Arizona provides a wealth of stunning views and scenic vistas. If you’re sick of the autopilot monotony, or are new to the road and want to practice driving, these three beautiful roads in the Grand Canyon State will force you to open your eyes to the wonder all around you.

    1. Kaibab Plateau: This 60 mile, two hour drive around the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is significantly less populated than the tourist-heavy South Rim, providing a gentle driving course in and of itself. Stop at Bright Angel Canyon and look down at 2 billion years of erosion, or simply take in the awe-inspiring views and magnificence of the Grand Canyon.
    2. Monument Valley: This 41 mile, 47 minute trip extends all the way to Utah, and displays miraculous buttes, pinnacles, and spires erupting from the endless desert. There’s a reason this scenic road is famous the world over. The Trail of the Ancients honors history as much as nature, reminding drivers of the Anasazi tribe and their role in Arizona’s past.
    3. Tucson Mountain Park and Saguaro National Park: Passing through 20,000 acres of Tuscon Mountain Park and the western side of Saguaro National Park, this 50 minute drive will wind you through forests of saguaro cacti as they sprout from the red soil. Don’t forget to stop at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, one of the best zoos in the country, to learn all you can about the wildlife that populates Arizona.

You don’t want to miss out on all the natural beauty that Arizona has to offer. If you don’t already have your driver’s license, then sign up for driving school and get out on the road!

Driving classes will prepare you by teaching you the rules of the road, and the best way to learn to drive is by practicing. And if you can practice driving while also taking in some of the most amazing natural wonders this country has to show you, then all the better. If you’ve already completed driving school, these trips are the perfect opportunity to remind you of how beautiful life is and not to take it for granted.

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