National Geographic created their list of what they call "Drives of a Lifetime" and Cape Cod made the cut!

Fall weather is arriving and that means sunny, cooler days that are perfect for heading out for a drive. And lucky for us here on the Southcoast an absolutely gorgeous drive is just down 195.

According to National Geographic, heading out to Cape Cod is a drive people must go on in their lifetime. From the miles of beaches to the quiet villages and resorts, there's so much to see along the Cape.

The magazine's website even maps out the most scenic way to drive to the Cape, so you can take it all in on one trip.

So if you're looking for something to do on a fantastic fall day, here's what they suggest.

Start in Sagamore. From there's you'll had up the Cape's northern coast and follow the contour of Cape Cod Bay to the Cape's "elbow." After that you're heading north to Provincetown, then retracing your way back south to Orleans. One the way back it's farther south to Chatham, then west toward the mainland, cruising through Hyannis and Falmouth.

Get their exact trip details here

They say this "Drive of a Lifetime" is best driven in the spring or fall when traffic from tourists is lower, but the scenery still beautiful.

I think once the leaves start to change color, this would make an amazing road trip weekend!

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