11 Hours in a Ford Expedition Could Get You Somewhere Amazing

My Ford posted an article of the Top 5 National Park Drives to take this summer in a new Ford Expedition. Why an Expedition? On a long road trip, our most spacious SUV is the next best thing to a camper, but with much better fuel economy!

To reach some of the most iconic national parks from Salem, Silverton, or Independence takes about 11 hours on the road, so you'll want a comfortable ride.

Point your steering wheel to the south, and you'll eventually wind up at Yosemite National Park. Famous for its giant sequoia forests and renowned rock climbing, Yosemite is best enjoyed, according to My Ford, by driving through Tioga Pass Road. This section California 120 ascends such high-altitude alpine landscapes, it has closed for snow as early as October.

Head eastward, bearing north, and another pristine, icy landscape awaits at Glacier National Park in Montana. Going-to-the-Sun Road offers breathtaking vistas of glacial lakes, mountain peaks, and rare views of wildlife.

Whether or not you take an Expedition, remember to get maintenance and repairs taken care of before heading out on a long journey.

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