Bealach-na-ba

Bealach-na-ba, one of the UK's toughest and longest stretches of tarmac

Bealach na Bà is the name of a curvy mountainous road located in the Applecross peninsula, Highland, Scotland. It's one of the most scenic drives in the world. Speeds faster than 30 mph are rarely permitted.

Cape Wrath Road

Cape Wrath Road, a scenic road to the Cape Wrath Lighthouse

Cape Wrath Road is a very scenic drive to the Cape Wrath Lighthouse, in the county of Sutherland, on the most north-westerly tip of the Scottish mainland.

River Cannich Bridge

The wooden River Cannich Bridge in Scotland

Located in the Highland council area of Scotland, the River Cannich Bridge is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Skyfall Road

Skyfall Road, a James Bond location in Scotland

Situated on the west of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, Loch Etive is a beautiful lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The road to the lake was featured in the 2012 Bond’s Skyfall.

Scotland's best scenic drives

Scotland's best scenic drives

The best beautiful driving routes in Scotland, including the A82 to Glencoe and the Pass of the Cattle.

Bealach Druim Uachdair

Pass of Drumochter, an iconic road in the Scottish Highlands

Pass of Drumochter (Bealach Druim Uachdair) is a mountain pass at an elevation of 463m (1,519ft) above the sea level, located in Perth and Kinross, in Scotland. The pass is regularly closed by winter snowstorms.

A82 Road

A82 Road is one of the most scenic trips in Scotland

A82 is the name of a very scenic Scottish road passing along the shores of Loch Lomond and Loch Ness and the shadow of Ben Nevis. It is definitely one of the best drives in the country.

A888 (Barra Ring Road)

A888, a circular road around Barra

A888 (Barra Ring Road) is a 12.9 miles (20.8 km) sealed one-way circular drive in Barra, an island in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland.

Shiel Bridge-Glenelg road

The old military road from Shiel Bridge to Glenelg

The Shiel Bridge-Glenelg road is a very scenic journey located in the Lochalsh area of Highland in western Scotland. This is one of those roads that seems to be missed and is not a busy road but has some good views.

A939

Road A939, one of Scotland's top drives

Tucked away in the Cairngorms National Park, in the Scottish Highlands, the A939 (also known as Lecht Road and Old Military Road) is possibly one of the best roads in the UK. The road includes really steep sections (up to 20%).

Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse

A single track road to the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse

Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse is a lighthouse located in the Kintyre Peninsula, in southwest Scotland.

Churchill Barriers

Churchill Barriers: The Ultimate Road Trip Guide

Located in the Orkney Islands, in the Northern Isles of Scotland, Churchill Barriers is a serie of four causeways, originally built as naval defenses linking a serie of small islands on the east side of Scapa Flow.

Quiraing Pass

A scenic steep road to Quiraing Pass on the Isle of Skye

Quiraing Pass (Cuith-raing) is a mountain pass at an elevation of 261m (856ft) above the sea level, located in the Scottish council area of Highland on the Isle of Skye, with steep gradients and tight bends.

General Wade’s Military Road

Travelling the General Wade’s Military Road in the Scottish Highlands

Located on Scotland’s northeast coast, the General Wade’s Military Road (B862 and B852) is a very scenic journey along the southern side of the Loch Ness. Wonderful scenery and very little traffic. Be sure to bring your camera for the stunning views.

Road B8043

B8043, a challenging road in the Scottish Highlands

Located on the western Scottish Highlands, on the shores of Loch Linnhe, B8043 is one of the most difficult and challenging roads of the country. It shouldn’t be attempted by those who don't know how to reverse. 

B869-Drumbeg Road

B869 (Drumbeg Road) is a truly fantastic drive in Scotland

B869 (Drumbeg Road) is the name of a very scenic drive located in the Assynt district of Sutherland in the Highland council area of Scotland. It’s said to be one of the finest scenic roads of the country.

Wee Mad Road

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling the Wee Mad Road in the Scottish Highlands

The Wee Mad Road is a curvy drive located in the northwestern Scottish Highlands among lakes, rivers and mountains.

Highest roads of Scotland

Highest roads of Scotland

Located in Northern Europe and part of the United Kingdom, Scotland forms the northern half of Great Britain. The geography of the country is varied and dramatic.

Cairnwell Pass

Cairnwell Pass is a sensational steep drive in Scotland

Cairnwell Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 684m (2,244ft) above the sea level, located on the boundary of Perthshire and Aberdeenshire, in Scotland. Plenty of sections well into double digits on the way to the summit. It's one of the highest roads of the country.

B873

B873, a scenic narrow road along Loch Naver

B873 is a very scenic road located in Sutherland, in the Highland region of northern Scotland, running alongside Naver lake.

North Coast 500

North Coast 500 is the road trip of a lifetime

Located in the north Highlands of Scotland, the North Coast 500 (NC500) is a loop route with loads to squeeze in, showcasing fairytale castles, white sand beaches and historical ruins.

Glen Quaich Road

Glen Quaich, a Scottish dangerous drive in winters

Located in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, the Glen Quaich is one of the most picturesque, and dangerous, roads in the country. The drive is definitely worth it. Glen Quaich is simply one of the most stunning drives in Scotland. It's one of the highest roads of the country.

Road to the Isles

Road to the Isles is one of the best drives in Scotland

Located on the Highlands of Scotland, the Road to the Isles is considered as one of the best drives in the country with plenty to see along the way and some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.

Cairngorm Mountain

A paved steep road to Cairngorm Mountain in the Scottish Highlands

Cairngorm Mountain is a mountain peak at an elevation of 646m (2,119ft) above the sea level, located in the Scottish Highlands. Challenging weather conditions – particularly during winter. It's one of the highest roads of the country.

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