These Scenic Fall Drives in Tennessee Will Take Your Breath Away

Natchez Trace

 

Fall is the perfect time to rediscover the joy of driving. And if you’re in Tennessee, you’re in luck: from picturesque mountains to charming towns, Tennessee is full of scenic drives. Read on for the top five scenic fall drives in Tennessee.

 

Natchez Trace Parkway

Start out in Collinswood to enjoy this 38 mile drive through beautiful hills and forests. Check out the historic Loveless Motel and Café for a bite to eat, and stop by Meriwether Lewis National Monument Park for a day of hiking and nature watching.

 

Roan Mountain Road

Cutting right through Roan Mountain State Park, Roan Mountain Road offers 17 miles of gorgeous views and exhilarating driving. Twists and turns make for a run ride while the wooded surroundings are especially nice during the fall.

 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Set out from Walland and experience 49 miles of scenic driving on the way to Gatlinburg. There is plenty to do in the park along the way and you can explore a variety of specialty shops in Gatlinburg at the end of this route.

 

Cherohala Skyway

This scenic drive has it all: mountains, lakes, streams, and no shortage of twists and turns. The view along the entirety of this route is simply stunning and full of important historical and geographic sites.

 

The Snake

Appropriately nicknamed “The Snake,” Highway 421 between Mountain City and Bristol is a driver’s paradise. This famous 33 mile route boasts 489 curves and passes through three mountains. For a driving experience you’re likely never to forget, make sure to add this route to your bucket list.

The weather is great, and the views are incredible—what’s better than scenic fall drive? Check out one or all of these routes to fall back in love with the simple pleasure of driving. And for the perfect vehicle for the job, stop by Gossett Audi today!

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