Glasgow to Glencoe
This 92-mile route from Glasgow through to Glencoe is often referred to as one of the best driving routes in Scotland. At only around 2 hours to drive the full route, it’s no surprise motorists travel from all over the UK to the Scottish Highlands. Running through Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, wind your way through this spectacular glen as towering mountains loom overhead, for an exciting driving experience with breathtaking views.
EVO Triangle (A5, A543 and B4501)
The 20-mile triangular route through North Wales, named after the car magazine ‘EVO’, is familiar to many as a great place to test drive new cars, and drivers alike. The EVO Triangle includes the A5, the A543 and the B4501 and crosses the edge of Snowdonia. With winding roads, tight corners and big hills, the EVO Triangle offers not only a great drive, but superb views too.
Cheddar Gorge (B3135)
At only 3.6 miles, you’d imagine trips through Cheddar Gorge become quite repetitive. But that’s definitely not the case when faced with the cliffs, crags, pinnacles and extensive cave systems that run along the route. As England’s largest gorge and one million years old, carved by torrential floods of a melting ice age, this idyllic route near Mendip Hills in Somerset is a journey sure to enthral every motorist and thrill-seeker.