Richard Kreitner’s love for literary road trips borders on obsessive—to put it mildly. Earlier this week, he debuted a map of American literature’s “most epic road trips” on the Atlas Obscura website, and it is glorious. The map includes more than 1,500 entries and coordinates from 12 road trip books, ranging from Mark Twain’s 1872 hit Roughing It to Cheryl Strayed’s contemporary bestseller Wild. The result is an interactive masterpiece that highlights literary history with Google Maps.
We’ve included shots of our favorite road trips above, and you can view the complete map here.