Colorado’s Tunnel Of Trees Is Positively Magical And You Need To Visit

It’s a fact that Colorado has some of the most beautiful roads in the country. However, when it comes to the Last Dollar Road — which connects the equally gorgeous Telluride and Ridgway — this beauty is amplified even more, thanks in part to this magical and unexpected tunnel of trees:

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Considered to be one of the most stunning drives in the country, the Last Dollar Road is a colorful 18-mile trek that passes through (and under) some of the most amazing scenery in not just the state, but the entire country. Want our advice? Make plans to travel the road during every season, as the views are always changing (and always beautiful). To access the road, head west on Highway 62 from Ridgway about 12 miles and hang a left at the sign.

For another unforgettable drive, click on Everyone In Colorado Needs To Take This Epic Drive At Least Once!