The route features long stretches of narrow lanes and single-track country roads with the odd cow, deer, or sheep at the side of the road watching a mix of cars, campers and bikes pass by. There are lots of activities, and facilities along the way to suit a variety of needs, tastes and budgets. Accommodation is widely available at campsites, hostels, B&Bs, hotels, or even motor home hire. There is something for everyone along Scotlands Route 66, browse our website to get more information about the north coast 500 initiative and download free itineraries and travel packs to guide you on the trip of a lifetime.
Itineraries featuring interactive maps for the high road, low road, eastern, and western routes of the north coast's 500 mile road trip.
Where to go and what to do when visiting the north coast of Scotland including beautiful beaches and historical landmarks.
Find out where to stay when planning your road trip to Scotland's Route 66 includes camping, hotels, B&B's and motor home hire.
Be prepared when you journey to northern most Scotland with a range of travel accessories and merchandise to accompany you on your trip.
This website has been created and is maintained by a true Scotsman who has been travelling the roads of the north coast for 500 miles and more for over 60 years. This site is a way to share his love and experience of the Scottish Highlands, and help other visitors to do the same. It is hoped that tourists and locals alike will use these website pages regularly and will enjoy all the information and photographs contained within it. We welcome contact from anyone who has a story to share and encourage visitor comments to be left on our posts.