Your Guide to a Route 93 Border-to-Border Road Trip

On paper, a border-to-border road trip along Route 93 is three countries, almost 3,000 miles, and 38 hours in a car. In practice, it’s a tri-lingual adventure of unquantifiable value.

This border-to-border road trip takes road trippers from the Great White North to the Wild West, across borders, through college towns and big cities, up mountains and down into the valleys, past dormant volcanoes, art installations, lakeshores, and historic sites. The border-to-border run between Jasper National Park in Canada to Nogales, Mexico, is brimming with bucolic splendor, unique characters, wildlife, fresh pie, and majestic national parks. Be prepared to pull over…a lot.

This border-to-border road trip takes road trippers from the Great White North to the Wild West, across borders, through college towns and big cities, up mountains and down into the valleys, past dormant volcanoes, art installations, lakeshores, and historic sites. The border-to-border run between Jasper National Park in Canada to Nogales, Mexico, is brimming with bucolic splendor, unique characters, wildlife, fresh pie, and majestic national parks. Be prepared to pull over…a lot.

Viva Las Vegas

There’s probably more lights, noise, and people in this desert oasis then you’ve experienced at the rest of the stops put together. Don’t let the shellshock of your return to the big city slow you down for too long as there are too many things to see and do including gambling, zip-lining over Fremont Street, flying over the Grand Canyon with Maverick Helicopters, wandering around the old signs at the Neon Museum, or operating a full-size bulldozer at Dig This. Cirque Du Soleil shows alone could fill a week. Impress friends with a snap for your socials at Seven Magic Mountains, day-glo totems created by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. These are more of the must-see attractions in Las Vegas that aren’ casinos.

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