One of the world’s most beautiful hiking trails, world-famous for its spectacular views, connects North Carolina and Virginia and passes through some of the country’s most scenic spots. The protected park road Blue Ridge is 755 kilometers long, and along its entire length there are a huge number of observation decks, as well as campsites, parking lots and other tourist facilities. The construction of the route lasted 52 years and was of great historical importance – thousands of unemployed people were able to find work and a source of income here. Due to the fact that the route passes through the mountainous terrain of the Blue Ridge, the speed limit is 40 miles per hour, and in some sections the restrictions are even stricter. A trip along the highway, along with an overview of the surroundings, can take from 1 to 3 days, and will certainly become the most memorable trip.