You may know that Texas
is big, but you probably will still be shocked at how big it is when you drive across it. And doing such is one of the greatest road trips to take. You'll travel tens of miles between towns, probably see coyotes, and feel what the Texas of western movies looks like.
When setting off towards the western part of the state from the eastern cities, you can pass through Texas' Hill Country co, specifically three roads collectively known as the twisted sisters that form a drive known as one of the best motorcycle roads. It is also a great trip to make with a car.
The Twisted Sisters, Ranch Roads 335, 336, and 337, are close to I-10 west of San Antonio. Combined with State Roads 41 and 55, the roads form a circular route. Road 19 is also scenic and can be a great way to get back to I-10.
After that, head towards Big Bend National Park. Don't overlook Big Bend State Park further west, either. Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive in the former and El Camino del Rio in the latter are some of the most gorgeous drives in the country. Also make sure not to miss the Marfa Lights.