49 Places to Visit on the Ultimate American West Coast Road Trip

49 Places to Visit on the Ultimate American West Coast Road Trip

Are you putting together an itinerary for an American west coast road trip? Then don’t miss this incredible, unforgettable places, stretching from the Pacific Coast trough through the interior to Nevada, Arizona, and more.

It should not be denied… that being footloose has always exhilarated us. It is associated in our minds with escape from history and oppression and law and irksome obligations, with absolute freedom, and the road has always led West.

– Wallace Stegner

There’s nothing quite like a Great American Road Trip, and the best of the best is widely considered to be found on a west coast road trip.

From Steinbeck to Kerouac, you too can be transformed by finding adventure on the open road of the American West.

I set out for a solo multi-month road trip in 2013 and it was so great that I did it again in 2015 with my girlfriend before we continued our drive south of the border.

All the photos featured below were taken by me during these two trips, most of which were featured on my Instagram account (be sure to follow along).

So get ready to quit your job, pack your car, and set out on an amazing west coast road trip. I promise your life will never be the same.

You’ll see some of the most breathtaking sights ever, make memories that will last a lifetime, and even uncover a few unexpected surprises…

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Many months and thousands of miles later and these 49 places are among those that stood out the most to me on my west coast road trip…

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Recommended route for an unforgettable road trip of the American West

1. Drive the Flatlands of Eastern Washington

Drive the flatlands of Eastern Washington

The first stop on our west coast road trip itinerary is in the northwest corner of the country.

Washington State isn’t all rain, trees, and mountains.

It has two distinct halves and the eastern half is where all the famous wine and apples are from. Be sure to visit Grand Coulee, Soap Lake, and the Aplets and Cotlets factory.

Dilapidated house in Eastern Washington

2. Visit the American Alps

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Driving along the North Cascades Highway (SR 20) is sure to take your breath away, it is one of the most beautiful roads I’ve ever driven.

The road winds through stunning mountains like the Liberty Bell Group pictured above.

Don’t forget to explore the quaint towns of Leavenworth, a Bavarian themed place, and Winthrop, in the wild west style.

The area near Leavenworth has a lot to offer

3. See the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Check out the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Brightly colored flowers as far as the eye can see, beneath spectacular snow covered peaks.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival happens annually through the month of April, and is a west coast road trip must see if your schedule aligns.

4. Stand Below Deception Pass

Stand below Deception Pass

This iconic bridge is on the National Register of Historic Places and is known for its dangerous and swift currents.

Deception Pass State Park is also Washington’s most visited park with 2 million visitors per year.

5. Explore the Weird Side of Seattle

Explore the weird side of Seattle - Fremont Troll

Seattle will always be my home. From the troll under the Fremont Bridge to grossly fascinating gum wall, there is much to see in Seattle.

Don’t forget to check out the more more traditional tourist attractions like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, EMP Musuem, or even swing by the former house of legendary rocker Kurt Cobain.

Explore the weird side of Seattle - the Gum Wall

Grab a cup of coffee from Caffe Vita, some Beecher’s Flagship Cheese, and take in the view from Queen Anne’s Kerry Park.

Seattle from Queen Anne's Kerry Park

6. Take a Ferry Across the Sound

Take a ferry across the Puget Sound

Don’t miss the chance to take your road trip over the water with a ferry ride to the Olympic Peninsula via Bremerton or Bainbridge Island.

It offers stunning views of Seattle and you may even have the chance to see harbor porpoises or seals splashing beside the boat.

7. Visit the Hall of Mosses

Visit Olympic National Park's Hall of Mosses

Take a drive around the Olympic Peninsula, home to Olympic National Park, and wander through the Hoh Rain Forest, one of the largest temperate rain forests in the United States.

If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you can hike deep into the heart of the park and climb Mount Olympus.

Visit the Hoh River in Olympic National Park

8. Camp Next to the Roar of the Pacific

Camp next to the roar of the Pacific Ocean at Third Beach

Much of Washington’s Pacific Coast is protected thanks to Olympic National Park, so don’t miss your chance to pitch your tent on a wild beach like Third Beach.

If you aren’t up for hiking in to camp, you can always visit Kalaloch Beach or one of the many other more accessible beach locations.

Camp next to the roar of the Pacific Ocean at Third Beach

9. Don’t Miss Paradise

Don't miss Paradise at Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier is probably the most beautiful mountain in the continental United States.

It may not officially be the highest mountain in the Continental USA, but it is certainly the most breathtaking.

Take the drive up to Paradise and explore the lush meadows as you peer up the slopes of this formidable peak. Maybe even consider climbing Mount Rainier?

The always impressive Mount Rainier

10. See the Power of a Volcano First Hand

Mount St. Helens in all it's glory

After taking in the beauty of Paradise, continue south to Mount Saint Helens to fully appreciate the destructive potential of Rainier.

Mount Saint Helens blew in 1980, more than 30 years ago, but you can still see the devastating impact it had on the area.

11. Go Waterfall Hunting along the Columbia River Gorge

Go waterfall hunting along the Columbia River Gorge

Cruising south into Oregon, be sure to explore along the length of the Columbia River Gorge with its numerous waterfalls like Multnomah or Latourell.

While you’re in the area don’t forget to stop for a cold brew at McMenamin’s Edgefield in Troutdale and grab a bite to eat at Tad’s Chicken and Dumplings.

Multnomah Falls along the Columbia River Gorge

You can also swing by Mount Hood, another incredible volcanic peak and see the lodge where The Shining exterior was set.

12. Drive Along the Iconic Highway 101

Drive Oregon's scenic Highway 101 along the coast

Passing through Portland (don’t miss Stumptown Coffee, Voodoo Doughnuts, and Powell’s City of Books!) you’ll arrive in Astoria at the mouth of the mighty Columbia River.

From there head south along the length of the coast stopping at quaint little towns and enjoying the stunning scenery.

Don’t miss out on Haystack Rock near Cannon Beach, or the Devil’s Churn and Thor’s Well near Waldport.

Devil's Churn along Oregon's scenic Highway 101

13. Gaze into the Dazzling Blue Waters of Crater Lake

Gaze into the deep blue waters of Crater Lake

Cut inland back toward the Cascades so you don’t miss the incredible Crater Lake National Park.

Crater Lake is truly one of the most impressive lakes you will see with a blue color that defies description.

This ancient volcano collapsed and filled with water, forming the deepest lake in the United States.

Gaze into the deep blue waters of Crater Lake

14. Hug a Towering Redwood Tree

Hug a towering Redwood Tree in Northern California

Wind your way back toward the coast through Grants Pass in order to reach California.

Driving through the Redwood National and State Parks (a patchwork series or parks along the coast) is an experience you wont soon forget.

Drive through the redwood forests of Northern California

15. Drive Highway 1

Drive California's scenic Highway 1 along the Pacific Coast

South of Eureka this Scenic Highway snakes along the winding coast as it takes you to San Francisco, and is easily one of the most iconic California road trips.

Stop and enjoy a sunset or three or four as you enjoy the rugged Northern California Coast.

16. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge

Cross the iconic Golden Gate Bridge

Certainly one of the most recognizable bridges in the United States, be sure to finish off your drive of the coast by cruising through San Francisco.

Enjoy Fisherman’s Wharf and perhaps swing through Silicon Valley while you’re in the area.

17. Drive the Loneliest Road

Drive the Loneliest Road - Highway 50 in Nevada

Cut across California in the direction of Reno (don’t forget to explore Lake Tahoe!) so you can drive across the Loneliest Road in America (Highway 50).

This road is certainly one of the most isolated and remote stretches of asphalt you will encounter (it felt more wild and remote than Alaska) which crosses numerous desert basins and numerous high mountain passes.

A spectacular drive that will make you appreciate the diversity of Nevada.

18. Explore Towering Sand Dunes

Explore towering dunes at Sand Mountain, Nevada

Sand Mountain lies along Highway 50 and is a two mile long, 600 foot high sand dune.

If you’re quiet, you may even be able to hear it sing as the wind blows the sand across the surface.

It is one of the few singing sand dunes in the US. We arrived in the midst of a sandstorm.

Sand Mountain Nevada

19. Visit the Great Basin

Visit Great Basin National Park in Nevada

You can drive up to 10,000 feet in Great Basin National Park, one of the frequently overlooked National Parks within the US.

Here you will see towering snowcapped mountains and ancient bristlecone pines, the oldest known organisms on the planet.

20. Tour the Depths of the Lehman Caves

Tour the depths of the Lehman Cave

Also within Great Basin National Park, you can tour the depths of the intriguing Lehman Caves with a park service guide who will bring the fascinating history of this natural feature to life.

21. Stand Before the Watchman and Virgin River

Stand before the Watchman and the Virgin River

After crossing Utah, you’ll want to beeline south toward Zion National Park, truly one of the most incredible parks in the country that will have you cranking your head in all directions.

Be sure to catch the sun setting on the Watchman, a truly majestic sight.

Explore the high country, hike up to Angel’s Landing, or hike upstream into the Narrows.

You could spend a lifetime exploring this park. I highly recommend doing the Trans-Zion Trail—hiking from Kolob Canyon and all the way across the park.

22. See the Glow of the Hoodoos

See the glow of the hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park

Continuing east you’ll reach Bryce Canyon National Park… Southern Utah is a land of superlatives and Bryce Canyon is no exception.

Hiking among the hoodoos will take your breath away.

Catching sunrise or sunset will make the hoodoos appear to glow from within. Not to be missed.

See the glow of the hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park

23. Shimmy Your Way through Slot Canyons

Shimmy your way through slot canyons in Grand Staircase Escalante Utah

Grand Staircase Escalante is a hidden gem with lots to explore.

Outside the town of Escalante take a trip down the long dirt road known as Hole in the Rock, where you will find slot canyons like Spooky and Peekaboo Gulch.

Shimmy your way through slot canyons in Grand Staircase Escalante Utah

If you’re up for a little more hiking be sure to head down Coyote Gulch, one of my favorite backpacking trips of all time, where you can watch a river emerge from nothing and carve out magnificent canyon walls.

Go backpacking along Coyote Gulch in Grand Staircase Escalante Utah

24. Gawk at Incredible Arches

Gawk at the incredible arches in Arches National Park

Leaving Grand Staircase you’ll drive along Highway 12, one of the most scenic drives you’ll find, continue up and over Capital Reef National Park before arriving at Arches National Park.

I actually passed up hiking to Delicate Arch the first time I visited because it was the touristy thing to-do. You must visit Delicate Arch, it is absolutely worth it.

Exploring Arches National Park with snow on the ground

25. Find Adventure in Moab

Find adventure near Moab, Utah

Moab is a small town that will always hold a big place in my heart.

Located just outside of Arches, it makes a great home base for adventure from hiking, climbing, mountain biking and more.

Camp along the Colorado River at the numerous sites, or head up to visit some of the incredible desert towers like Castleton or Fisher.

Find adventure near Moab, Utah

Don’t forget to grab a breakfast burrito from the Love Muffin Café.

26. Explore the Maze-Like Canyonlands

Explore the maze like canyons in Canyonlands National Park

Both the north and south entrances of Canyonlands National Park offer amazing things to explore.

Above all, be sure to break away from the road and hike among the maze-like features, bobbing and weaving through the alien landscape.

If you’re feeling adventurous, and with an off road vehicle, you can undertake the incredible White Rim Trail.

The White Rim of Canyonlands National Park

27. Stand Along the Black Canyon

Stand before the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

After making your way through Utah, you’ll jet up into the SW corner of Colorado and make your way toward Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park near Montrose, Colorado.

The name of the canyon is due to the fact that some portions of the canyon receive only 30 minutes of sun light per day.

The Grand Canyon may be wide, but the Black Canyon is exceptionally steep and narrow.

28. Drive the Million Dollar Highway

Drive Colorado's Million Dollar Highway in the San Juan Mountains

Heading south from the Black Canyon, you’ll run into Ouray where the so-called Million Dollar Highway (US 550) begins as it winds through the San Juan Mountains to Silverton.

The climb up to Red Mountain Pass at 11,018 is open year round, and is a particularly amazing drive as you wind your way around hairpin turns with steep plummets into the abyss.

The road even features avalanche chutes over the road to prevent it from being blocked.

Try your hand at ice climbing in the Ouray Ice Park (Colorado)

If you’re particularly adventurous, you can also try your hand at ice climbing in Ouray, where I lived for one winter doing laps in the ice park every day.

29. Visit the Cliff Dwellings at Mesa Verde

Visit the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde National Park protects some of the best preserved Ancestral Puebloan archeological sites in the US where you can see these amazing dwellings tucked below the lip of various cliffs which were built from 650 AD and inhabited until 1285 when they were abandoned.

30. See Shiprock Rise from Nothing

See Shiprock rise from the desert floor.

Continuing south you will cross the border of New Mexico and quickly see Shiprock rise out of the flatlands surrounding it.

Indeed, it looks like a ship, frozen in place as it once floated through this landscape. It is a holy and protected place among the local tribes.

31. Walk Among the Ruins of a Great Civilization

View from the cliff band back down on to Pueblo Bonito, the largest of the structures in Chaco Canyon.

When you think of ancient ruins, most people immediately think of Greece, Rome, or perhaps Mexico, while forgetting about the ancient civilizations that once inhabited this land.

Like Mesa Verde, you should make it a point to visit the incredible Chaco Canyon ruins.

You’ll have to manage a long and rutted dirt road, but it’s worth it. Chaco Culture National Historic Park preserves the most sweeping collection of ancient ruins north of Mexico.

32. Put Your Feet in the Whitest of Sand

Put your feet in the whitest of sand at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

Make a stop in Albuquerque as you make your way into New Mexico, and take a tour of all the famous locations from Breaking Bad.

Near El Paso you will come across White Sands National Monument, a breathtaking series of sand dunes that are white as snow. Don’t forget that Roswell is nearby…

Put your feet in the whitest of sand at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

Be sure to try both the red and green chile sauce while in New Mexico as well!

33. Wander Among the Saguaros

Explore the incredible cacti at Saguaro National Park Arizona

Crossing west into Arizona you can make a stop at the touristy but interesting town of Tombstone before continuing on to Saguaro National Park outside of Tucson.

The saguaros are a stunning sight to behold with their human like arms and tremendous height. The tallest saguaro can be found in Maricopa County and stands at 45 feet tall!

34. Drive Along the Superstitions

Drive through the Superstition Mountains near Phoenix Arizona

Just outside of Phoenix, be sure to detour to drive beside the Superstition Mountains along SR 88, a beautiful desert drive.

Be sure to stop for some prickly pear ice cream, perhaps in Tortilla Flat.

35. Explore the Magic of Sedona

Explore the incredible beauty of Sedona Arizona

Backtrack and head north out of Phoenix toward Flagstaff, where you’ll exit for Sedona.

Another iconic destination in Arizona, Sedona is a magical place with stunning red rocks that rise all around and some of the most gorgeous drives you’ll ever see.

Highway 89A either toward Jerome or continuing up through Flagstaff (or do both!) is a memorable and photogenic drive.

If you’re up for a splurge, visit the delicious Elote Café in Sedona for some truly incredible cuisine.

Explore the incredible beauty of Sedona Arizona

36. Drive Along Route 66

Drive along the historic Route 66 in Winslow Arizona

Heading east out of Flagstaff you will encounter the iconic Route 66—as synonymous with America as hamburgers and the Fourth of July.

This historic route was one of the originals among the US Highway System and ran from Chicago to Santa Monica.

This highway underwent a number of realignments and changes before ultimately being removed from the US Highway System in 1985.

You can still find original portions scattered through the US, including stretches through Arizona like you’ll find in Winslow (also featured in that Eagles song “standin’ on a corner in Winslow, Arizona…”).

37. Explore the Painted Hills

Explore the Painted Hills in Petrified Forest National Park Arizona

Continuing east back toward New Mexico you’ll encounter Petrified Forest National Park, another one that you don’t hear too much about, but which features the stunningly beautiful Painted Hills.

38. Venture through Navajo Nation

Venture through the Navajo Nation and visit Canyon de Chelly

Before reaching the state line you’ll want to turn off north toward Chinle, deep into the Navajo Nation, the largest land area retained by a US tribe and is managed as a sovereign Indian nation.

Just outside of Chinle you will come across Canyon de Chelly, another impressive canyon which still has local tribal members living within these walls.

If you haven’t yet, you can visit the Four Corners monument which marks the intersection between Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

39. Be Awed by Monument Valley

Be awed by Monument Valley

Along the Utah-Arizona border near Kayenta you will find one of the most impressive sights on this journey in Monument Valley, where numerous monolithic rocks raise hundreds of feet above the plateau.

This famous place may be familiar to you from those old-time John Wayne movies.

Lightning strike near Monument Valley

40. Stand Before Horseshoe Bend

Stand before the incredible Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona

After Monument Valley, you’ll backtrack toward Page, Arizona.

Here you will find the incredible Horsehoe Bend, where the Colorado River snakes its way through high canyon walls, almost cutting through the wall entirely.

Nearby you will also find the famous Wave and Antelope Canyon. The terrain through this part is just amazing.

The open road near Page Arizona

41. Soak Up the Grandest of Views

Soak up the beauty at Grand Canyon National Park

Yes, no road trip through Arizona would be complete without a visit to the Grand Canyon.

Be sure to be there for sunrise or sunset and soak up the mind-bogglingly large scale of this canyon that is truly in a class of its own.

Soak up the beauty at Grand Canyon National Park

42. Watch the Sun Set over Lake Havasu

Watch the sun set over Lake Havasu

Heading west out of the Grand Canyon you will pass through Kingman, where you can detour to the south for a visit to Lake Havasu.

A nice place where you can camp for free on the ubiquitous BLM land and catch the stunning sunset over the lake.

43. Stare Down the Mighty Hoover Dam

Stare down the mighty Hoover Dam

Heading back north through Laughlin (lots of places for casino camping here), right on the edge of Nevada, you’ll make your way toward Las Vegas where you can make a break for the Hoover Dam nearby.

The Hoover Dam was crucial to taming the mighty Colorado River and will also give you an appreciation for both the ingenuity of engineers in manufacturing these incredible structures allowing cities to thrive in the desert, but also for the perilous predicament that the American West finds itself in in regard to dwindling water supplies.

44. Explore the Red Rocks Beyond Las Vegas

Explore the red rocks just outside of Las Vegas

Las Vegas as an icon of global tourism, but beyond the Strip and Downtown (my preferred part), you will find many amazing places.

Spend some time in Red Rocks National Conservation Area, with it’s incredible hiking and rock climbing, or spend a night camping along the shores of Lake Mead, or if the heat is killing you, head up to the high country near Charleston Peak.

If you’re in Vegas, be sure to visit Phat Phranks for the best Mexican food in town… I was a regular for the huevos divorciados.

45. Feel the Hot Hot Heat

Feel the hot hot heat of Death Valley National Park

Heading toward Beatty, Nevada you can drop across the California border and into the formidable Death Valley National Park, which holds the world record for the hottest temperature ever recorded.

From Bad Water Basin to the Race Track, there is so much to see in this sometimes feared and misunderstood park. Embrace the heat and explore the majesty of this incredible place.

The beauty of Death Valley National Park

If you are feeling extra adventurous, you can take the long dirt road of Titus Canyon into the park which winds through the mountains and into the slot canyons in the valley below.

One of the most impressive ways to drive into Death Valley if you have a suitable rig.

The incredible Titus Canyon in Death Valley National Park

46. Get Lost in the Eastern Sierras

The beautiful Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California

Coming out of Death Valley you’ll arrive in Lone Pine, California, a sleepy little town beside the Alabama Hills (the scene of hundreds of Hollywood movies—visit the local film museum) which is just below the towering Eastern Sierras and Mount Whitney (the highest peak in the Lower 48).

Camping below Lone Pine Peak at the Tuttle Creek Campground (California)

There is so much to see and do here, and it remains one of my favorite mountain playgrounds… Lone Pine, Bishop, Mammoth Lakes.

The beautiful Mono Lake in California

Don’t miss the Mobil Gas Station in Lee Vining (beside Mono Lake) for some of the best food you’ll ever taste. That’s not a joke. They’ve even got live music on the weekends.

47. Visit the Granite Cathedral of Yosemite

Visit the granite cathedral in Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Valley… What more can be said about this place that hasn’t been said? If you haven’t seen the sheer walls of El Capitan rising out of the valley floor, or the beauty of Half Dome, or the wispy tail of Yosemite Falls, then you are surely missing out.

The stomping grounds of John Muir and Ansel Adams—see why this place captured their hearts. But do be prepared to battle the crowds.

Visit the granite cathedral in Yosemite National Park

48. Camp Among the Boulders in Joshua Tree

Camp among the boulders in Hidden Valley - Joshua Tree National Park

Coming down the west side of the Sierras now, be sure to stop in at Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks—the General Sherman Tree is particularly impressive—before continuing south to another incredible park, also full of rocks, but on an entirely different scale.

Joshua Tree National Park is famous for the Joshua Trees and the mounds of sticky granite boulders.

The iconic Joshua Trees in Joshua Tree National Park

It is a beautiful place, where you can watch coyotes running through the night, scramble up boulders, or just gawk at the crazy formations of the trees.

49. Explore the Oddities Around the Salton Sea

Explore the oddities like Salvation Mountain around the Salton Sea in California

Heading south out of Joshua Tree you will run into Palm Springs (grab a delicious date shack!) before winding around the Salton Sea, a lake formed from water diverted from the Colorado River, which houses a peculiar collection of oddballs in the area.

Be sure to visit Salvation Mountain and pass through Slab City (the “last free place on earth”) where you’ll find a truly eccentric bunch camped out for free all year round.

Explore the oddities like Slab City around the Salton Sea in California

The Anza-Borrego Desert is another great place to explore as well…

Number 50?

Not done road tripping? There is still much that I have yet to see in the USA–from Mount Rushmore to Yellowstone. I will get there, one day.

It’s also worth noting that the trip doesn’t have to end at the US Border either.

On our most recent road trip, Andrea and I headed south into Baja California, on to Mainland Mexico, and beyond.

Follow our adventures on Instagram.

The Road Always Leads West

If you’re looking to travel more and do so more affordably, be sure to check out my book Big Travel, Small Budget, a #1 best selling budget travel book on Amazon.com.

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Ryan is an author, adventurer, and wanderer. Originally from Seattle, he headed to Washington D.C. where he spent five years working for Congress before heeding the call of the wild. He set out living in his pickup truck and road tripping across the American West. Since then he backpacked through Colombia, drove across all of Central America, and also wrote a best selling book: Big Travel, Small Budget. Right now you can find him driving his old truck across all of South America -- support the adventures by visiting the D2D Shop. Follow the adventures on social media or read more.

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