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Your Favorite Winter Drives

Becky Kellogg | TWC
Published: February 1, 2013

Road Tripping in the Winter

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Road trips aren’t just for summer anymore! Whether your goal is to escape the cold and snow or enjoy the beautiful vistas of winter from the comfort of your car, many folks have a favorite winter drive. 

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We asked our Facebook fans to weigh in on their favorite winter drives. As usual, you had some fantastic suggestions.  We compiled a few of the best options and give you some suggestions for stops along the way.  We also give a shout-out to the Facebook fans who were the inspiration for some of these drives.

Sit back, enjoy, and plan a winter getaway with our help.


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