Highway 66

Average Rating - This road has been rated by 3 visitors

State: Tennessee
Date Submitted: August 1, 2009
Submitted by: houndog
Motorcycle Road Length: 25 Miles

Written Directions

Start in Rogersville, TN and head north on. You can stay on this until you get to hwy 31 and go south to hwy 33, then west to hwy 25E south and enjoy the view at the Clinch Mountain Lookout. This will bring you into Morristown, TN. All together probably a 50 mile ride or better if you do this. Only around 20 miles on the hwy 66 from Rogersville, TN to Sneedville, TN. Hwy 66 can be found at Bulls Gap, TN if you want to start here it gives you a few more miles on 66.


Most of the scenery is wooded areas with small farms and old buildings located on the ride, just good old back country riding. Some rivers and smaller streams and mountain views.

Road Quality  

for the most part pavement is in good shape just need to take it slow because they are some tight turns. you can also go 31 south out of sneedville, tn and is great riding that way with nice mountain views also and some good curves. overall, many curves and tight turns good riding though just take your time and enjoy

Roadside Amenities  

some old towns like rogersville and sneedville some camping and lodging with good country cookin. . the lookout on 25 south on clinch mountain offers some great lake and valley views. they are little roadside eateries on this route and in morristown,tn there are many other places to eat also rogersville has nice places to eat just not as many. there is camping on hwy 25 on the cherokee lake and a mall in morristown, tn also.

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Reviewed by iron butt rider on September 22, 2014
(1 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Iron Butt Rider
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: 66 from Sneedville,TN to Rogersville,TN is MORE challenging than the Dragon will ever be! Definitely not for the meek or the novice rider!!!
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Reviewed by PixelJunkie94 on September 24, 2015
(0 out of 0 members found this review useful.)
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: Fantastic road, no cops, little to no traffic. Although there are a FEW blemishes (gravels, sand, dirt etc) the roads are in what I would consider 9/10 shape. Awesome twisties, I would recommend this to anyone that is within an hour or two. There are awesome back-roads also that take you thru some really historic homes and even a one lane golf course. Pressman home and US 70 branch right off here.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 16, 2010
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Creator: Mac McAuley
Comment: One Of the best rides in September I can remember, My lehman Trike handled the roads like a dream, I going back it was just a great overall ride
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