Natchez Trace, MS — The Natchez Trace Parkway runs 444 miles and spans three southern states. The route — a National Scenic Byway — is a longtime favorite of motorcyclists, offering a relaxed riding experience with gentle curves and great scenery. Trace history is thought to date back more than 10,000 years — formed by the trampling of large animals, it was later used by Native Americans and early settlers.

Recently I had the opportunity to ride Mississippi’s portion of the parkway, starting in historic Natchez and ending in Tupelo (the city where Elvis Presley was born, by the way). My story appeared in HOG magazine, issue 026, and the accompanying video appears on HOG’s member website, or you can see it right here!

About Glen Abbott
Glen Abbott is a Florida-based travel writer & photographer specializing in motorcycle touring and travel. He is regular contributor to Harley-Davidson's HOG Magazine, and his travel features appear regularly in motorcycle magazines and other publications.

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