This Scenic 107-Mile Drive Just May Be The Most Underrated Adventure In Southern California

There’s something about a scenic Sunday drive that can completely transform your day. From the stunning scenery to the fresh breeze blowing through the car windows on a cool afternoon, taking a drive in SoCal is always a delightful adventure.

Although there are plenty of wonderful places in Southern California to explore by car, one underrated stretch of land is this 107-mile drive that takes you through mountains, lakes, and wilderness for a breathtaking windshield view. It’s pure perfection.

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Although nothing beats the real thing, this incredible drone footage captured by Jeff B that shows off a stunning view of one scenic section of the Rim of the World Scenic Byway near Big Bear Lake is well worth seeing.

Do you have a favorite Sunday drive in Southern California? Please share in the comments so we can add it to our list of adventures to check out. Or head right over here to nominate your favorite spots in SoCal that are worthy of a feature.

Looking for more great drives in SoCal that will take you through absolute perfection? Here are 10 of Southern California’s best back roads for a leisurely drive to remember.

Address: Rim of the World Hwy, California, USA