|Track length:||16.58 km|
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|Difficulty Level:||3/5 - Medium|
Not only is the journey itself enjoyable, but taking the A82 via Glencoe is an experience that just must be missed by visitors to Scotland. The splendour of Glencoe is incomparable to any other place. There are a few gentle turns, the most enjoyable of which is the one that comes immediately before the hilltop layby rest area, which features a piper and a tea waggon serving refreshments. It's a lengthy, winding bend that feels as though it goes on and on forever. Bear in mind that there is a camera van stationed at one of the pull offs along this route that is monitored by the local police department. The previous year, the speed trap snagged two of our group's members, and the following year, those people received their citations in the mail. It has been reported that the trap can be found in a number of different places, including just beyond Bridge of Orchy, on Rannoch Moor, in the middle of nowhere, and most recently, close to Glencoe.
Hillwalkers adore the Clachaig Inn due of its handy location just a mile or two off the main A82 in Glencoe. It is an excellent alternative for a peaceful lunch or drink if you are travelling through the area. The road that leads there is very crowded and can only accommodate one vehicle at a time. Simply doing a search on Google for "Clachaig Inn" will provide you with both a map and driving directions. After lunch, you could like to drive the breathtaking Kinlochleven Loop (B863), which is described in another route evaluation available on this website. In this part of the country, there are a number of really nice roadways.