The Suru Valley is a valley in Kargil District. It is drained by the Suru River, a powerful tributary of the Indus River. The valley's most significant town is Sankoo. Suru Valley is famous for its beauty. There are many picnic spots in Suru Valley such as
Nicola Highway is a 65 km (40.38 miles) long very scenic drive following the Nicola River in British Columbia. This road has received significant upgrades in recent years, but seems to be somewhat of a hidden gem. The route is well maintained year-round. Snow tires are
Sunwapta Pass (2,035 m/6,677 ft) is a mountain pass in the Canadian Rockies. Sunwapta Pass is the low point of the saddle created between Mount Athabasca and Nigel Peak. The pass marks the boundary between Banff and Jasper National Parks. The pass is the
Powderface Trail is a 34km (21 mile) long scenic road from Highway 68 (Sibbald Creek Trail) to AB-66. The road cuts through remote Kananaskis Country environs, running alongside creeks and dense coniferous forests. There is no cell phone coverage. This road requires
Pennask Summit (el. 1728 m, 5669 ft) is a highway summit in British Columbia, crossing the forested uplands of the Thompson Plateau. It is the highest point on the highway between the cities of Merritt and Peachland. It is the second highest mountain route in region. The
Lytton-Lillooet Highway is a very scenic 64 km (38m) long, windingsingle lane road along the east bank of the Fraser River. There are some bumps or pot holes but the scenery well makes up for it. The road tops out at 474m (1,555ft) above the sea level.
Kusawa Lake Road starts at Alaska Highway (Hwy1) and runs along Takhini River for 26klm (16m). It is a very scenic easy to handle dirt road. It’s a narrow, winding road that can be muddy after rain and pitted in sandy sections. This road is seasonally closed. The lake is a popular tourist destination.
Sea to Sky Highway. This picturesque cliffside roadway from Vancuver to Pemberton offers access to some of the most beautiful scenery spots in British Columbia. It’s one of the world's most spectacular seaside drives and is a veritable invitation for a
Tunnel Mountain Drive road winds its way around Tunnel Mountain making a scenic 5-km (3-mile) loop. It is popular to cyclists and hikers. The drive is very beautiful with panoramic views of Bow Valley as it winds through pristine fir and pine forests. Often
Thousand Islands Parkway is a very scenic drive running parallel to the St. Lawrence River.The road is 40 kilometres (25 mi) long with one lane in each direction. It passes through the communities of Gray's Beach, Halsteads Bay, Ivy Lea, Darlingside,