The Bealach na Bà is a famous, twisting, single-track mountain road, rising to 626 metres (2,054 ft) in the Applecross peninsula, in Wester Ross, Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland. It is one of very few roads in the Scottish Highlands which is engineered in a similar fashion to the great mountain passes in the Alps, with very tight hairpin bends which switch back and forth up the hillside, with gradients approaching 20%. It boasts the greatest ascent of any road climb in the UK, rising from Applecross at sea level to 626 metres (2,054 ft), and is the third highest road in Scotland.
The A832 is a road in the Scottish Highlands, linking Cromarty, on the east coast, to Gairloch on the west coast, and beyond Gairloch to Braemore Junction.
The Cairnwell Pass is a mountain pass on the A93 road between Glen Shee, Perthshire, and Braemar, Aberdeenshire, in the Scottish Highlands. The border between the two counties crosses the summit of the pass.
A short stretch of highway near Glasgow is named as Scotland's most dangerous road in a new expert assessment of traffic accidents. An analysis by the Road Safety Foundation reveals that people who use the A726 between Paisley and junction 3 of the M77 are taking their lives in their hands.
A road once branded the UK's most dangerous has been named as Britain's best.
The A82 (or Road to the Isles) is a 99 miles highway, that runs from Glasgow to Fort William and Inverness, passing along the shores of Loch Lomond, Loch Ness and in the shadow of Ben Nevis along the way.
Beattock Summit is a high point of the West Coast Main Line (WCML) railway and of the A74(M) motorway as they cross from Dumfries and Galloway to South Lanarkshire.
Màm Choire Ghearraig is a high mountain pass in the Scottish Highlands at grid reference NN417986, at an elevation of 770m (2526 ft) above the sea level
A836 is a coastal road in Sutherland, zigzagging in the Highland area of Scotland, with stunning views, and a total length of 113 miles.
Glen Quaich is a Scottish glen near Aberfeldy, Perthshire. It gets its name from the River Quaich which runs through it into Loch Freuchie.
The Bealach Druim Uachdair is the main mountain pass between the northern and southern central Scottish Highlands.
A838 is a road in Sutherland, zigzagging in the Highland area of Scotland, with stunning views, and a total length of 49.3 mi.
The Wester Ross Coastal Trail is a route in the Western part of the Scottish Highlands. The full drive is approximately 130 miles and covers the Applecross Peninsula before passing through the magnificent Glen Torridon up to Kinlochewe.
Trian a' Phuir is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, approximately seventeen miles north-west of Pitlochry, its nearest town.
Wanlockhead is a village in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland nestling in the Lowther Hills one mile south of Leadhills at the head of the Mennock Pass, which forms part of the Southern Uplands.
A897 is single track road entirely within the Highland council area of Scotland, zigzagging in the Highland area of Scotland, with stunning views, and a total length of 37,8 miles.