National Scenic Byways

The National Scenic Byways Program (NSB) was established in 1991. Under the program, certain roads are recognized as National Scenic Byways or All-American Roads based on their archaeological, cultural, historic, natural, recreational, and scenic qualities. There are now (as of 2010) 150 such designated Byways in 46 states. The most scenic of the roads are designated All-American Roads. There are currently 31 All American Roads and 120 Scenic Byways (Historic Route 66 is listed in both categories).

The first 20 Scenic Byways were designated in September of 1996.

See here for a list of America’s Byways.

America’s Byways should not be confused with National Forest Scenic Byways (PDF), some of which are also America’s Byways. The Bureau of Land Management also designates Back Country Byways, one of which is also an America’s Byway.

With all of these byways out there, it’s time to hit the road and explore…

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One Response to National Scenic Byways

  1. luxury vacation says:

    thanx for NSB information.

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