Cam High Road

Cam High Road, the highest road in England outside of the North Pennines

Cam High Road is a narrow mountain road located in North Yorkshire, in England. It's one of the highest roads of the country.

The road is totally paved but narrow. It’s very exposed. The road is 13.03km (8.1 miles) long, running from Bainbridge, a village in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire towards Pennine Way.

It's said to be Yorkshire’s highest road peaking at 589m (1.932ft) above the sea level. It’s England’s highest cycling climb outside of the North Pennines.


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