Highway 93, Canada
Highway 93 is a stoic, winding road that connects Alberta and British Columbia. You’ll see remnants of forest fires from decades past, glacier carved valleys, the continental divide that separates the Pacific from the Atlantic, and of course animals: Bears, Elk, Moose, and Wolves.
You can see snow year-round while driving along Highway 93. For July and August you are usually forced to only gaze at the white mountain tops, but some snow can be found on the side of the road the other 10 months of the year.