The all-seeing Eye of Google Street View has covered most of the US by now, but a few distant roads remain unseen.
Here is one Canopus Hill Road, which includes a very wicked hairpin, as I found out the hard way by skidding my car off the road and onto its door one wet, foggy afternoon. It’s up about an hour and fifteen north of NYC by Fahnestock State Park. It’s not really a road for fast driving by any means; there are too many people living on it for that to be safe. That said, it is a sweet, narrow, beautiful forest way with excellent pavement for something so rural, and I can’t wait to go back for a cruise.
What’s the coolest road you can find that’s not on Google Street View? We’re taking submissions from the whole world, but expect tomorrow’s list to be slightly more US-centric than otherwise.
(QOTD is your chance to address the day's most pressing automotive questions and to experience the opinions of the insightful insiders, practicing pundits, and gleeful gearheads that make up the Jalopnik commentariat. If you've got a suggestion for a good Question of the Day, send an email to tips at jalopnik dot com.)
Photo Credit: Google Maps