Located in the county of Carmarthenshire in Wales, Black Mountain Road is a famous route that twists, dips, and climbs. It has unrivaled views beyond its hairpin turns, and you’ll want to drive it again and again.
The inhumane Devil’s Staircase in Wales with 21% ramps. The Devil’s Staircase is a series of hairpin turns, reaching a maximum gradient of 20.1%, running through the Cambrian Mountains in Wales. It is an old drover's track stretching for about 20 miles between the small hamlet of Abergwesyn and the town of Tregaron.
Llyn Stwlan is a mountain reservoir at an elevation of 512m (1,679ft) above sea level, located in the county of Gwynedd, in Wales.
The best driving routes in Wales, including journeys through the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia.
Famed for its strikingly rugged landscape, Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Dominated by the Cambrians, central and north, and by the Brecon Beacons of the south, Wales is a mountainous country on the western side of Great Britain. It is bordered by England to its east, the Irish Sea to its north and west, and the Bristol Channel to its south. It has a varied geography with strong contrasts.
Located in Gwynedd, in Wales, Shell Island is a peninsula and the largest campsite in the UK. Twice a day, the tidal causeway to the island disappears with the tides, leaving the area out to sea. Road liable to tidal flooding. Do not proceed when the road is in flood. It’s one of the periodically flooded roads around the world.
Located in the medieval castle town of Harlech, in the North Wales county of Gwynedd, Ffordd Pen Llech is one of the steepest paved roads in the world, hitting a 37.45% of maximum gradient.
Llanberis Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 360m (1,180ft) above the sea level, located in Snowdonia, Gwynedd, in Wales.
Tirabad-Llywel is a paved military road located in southern Powys county, in Wales. Check there isn't any military training on first.
Marchlyn Mawr Dam is a natural lake dammed to form a reservoir at an elevation of 643m (2,109ft) above the sea level, located in Gwynedd county, in Wales. It’s one of the highest roads of the country.
Bwlch Pen Barras is a mountain pass at an elevation of 360m (1,181ft) above the sea level, located in Denbighshire county, in Wales. It includes climbing 25% at various points.
Located within the Brecon Beacons National Park, in the county of Powys, in Wales, the B4560 (Llangynidr Road) is said to be one of the most scenic drives in Europe.
Part of the A44, one of the main roads in mid Wales, the curvy road from Rhayader to Aberystwyth is a very scenic drive on the west coast of the country.
Bwlch y Cloddiau is a mountain pass at an elevation of 533m (1,748ft) above the sea level, located in Powys, in Mid Wales. It’s one of the highest mountain roads of the country.
Miner’s Track is the name of a very challenging drive located in Snowdonia, Gwynedd, in north-west Wales. The road is closed to private vehicles.
A496 is a very scenic yet challenging road that twists and turns through diverse landscapes in Snowdonia, Wales.
Black Mountain Pass (Bwlch Mynydd Du) is a mountain pass at an elevation of 495m (1,624ft) above the sea level located in the county of Carmarthenshire in Wales.
Every motorist knows that driving can be dangerous every time that you get behind the wheel, but there are some roads that are much more dangerous than others. Road safety is paramount and you should always drive carefully, especially when you are driving on the UK’s most dangerous roads where there are many accidents each year. So, what are the UK’s most dangerous roads?
Bwlch yr Oernant ("Pass of the Cold Stream") is a mountain pass at an elevation of 419m (1,374ft) above the sea level, located in the county of Denbighshire in Wales.
The UK has an endless array of breathtaking scenery that calls for exploration in the most memorable road trips. From viewing rugged mountains to stunning beaches, there is just so much you can do while exploring some of the most fantastic roads in the UK. The covid 19 pandemic may have put a hold on so many activities, but with things easing up, it's time to get inspired, take a breath of fresh air, and explore what your country has to offer.
In a country where hairpins are rare, there are 10 roads in Great Britain that are much more than a line between two points. Some British roads are so bendy they exert the kind of forces you would expect on a racetrack.
While many of us enjoy a road trip, are there some roads we should be more aware of than others? This article will look at the 10 most dangerous roads to drive on in the UK.
Located in Conwy County Borough of Wales, the Sportsmans Arms (Tafarn yr Heliwr) is said to be the highest pub of Wales.
Every year, thousands of keen cyclists travel the globe to cycle on new unexplored roads, including those in the UK. This article will point out the eight most dangerous roads in the UK for cyclists.
We looked at the latest DVLA and UK Gov statistics to find the most dangerous situations on UK roads. From age and gender to left vs right turns, we’ve statistical found the most common situations for road accidents. For instance- statistically, in the UK, you are most likely to have an accident as a 20-29 female, driving a car to work, when making a right turn on an urban road at a T junction.
The Shelf is a mountain pass at 348m (1,141ft) above the sea level, located in Denbighshire county, in Wales.
A new analysis of government data taking into account crash sites across the UK for motorcyclists has established the most dangerous roads in the UK and where to watch out for, especially if you’re exploring the country on a bike in the near future.
If you're scouting for pubs that combine history, great food, and spectacular views, consider heading to the UK's highest inns. From the captivating moors of North Wales to the scenic dales of North Yorkshire, these pubs offer more than just a pint.