North America is blessed with many scenic drives. Some, like the Cabot Trail, and Pacific Coast Highway are famous for their spectacular scenery and dramatic ocean vistas. Others like the drive across the top of Lake Superior are less famous but no less scenic. The Lake Superior route in particular, shares many of the same scenic attributes such as rugged headlands, a rocky shoreline, sandy beaches and shimmering waters. And, even though it may not be as well known, the landscape across the top of Lake Superior is so picturesque and compelling, it has inspired countless artists including members of the famed Group of Seven.
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