|Track length:||178.4 km|
|Total ascent:||1038 m|
|Total descent:||1046 m|
|Difficulty Level:||2/5 - Easy|
Taking the A82 from Glasgow to Fort William via Loch Lomond on your motor Motor bike, it is about 109 miles from the city of Glasgow depending on the route you take. The A82 is the start of the West Highland Way it stretches 96 miles from Milngavie in Glasgow, to Fort William, taking in a huge variety of scenery along the way, the drive will take about 3 hours, depending on the traffic and how quickly you want to get there. The road is the second longest A road in Scotland after the A9, It runs up the western shore of Loch Lomond, through Crianlarich and Tyndrum, then passes the western fringes of Rannoch Moor, through Glen Coe and along Loch Linnhe to Fort William. There is nothing like the ability to stop wherever you want, hang around as long as you want and take detours to reach even more beautiful areas along the way. Passing through some of the worlds most impressive scenery, From iconic mountain views to gorgeous waterfalls, glens full of history of a turbulent past, to fairy tail castles, going back in time.
Try the food and drink of each region as you drive through, stop to have lunch in a restaurant offering local produce, or a pic knick looking over one of the many lochs to be found on the way. Once you get to Fort William on the eastern shore of Loch Linnhe, in the Scottish Highlands, you will find, modern lodgings in comfortable hotels, guesthouses, bed & breakfasts and self-catering parks and hostels, you will find accommodation to suite every pocket. Visitors are often amazed at the sheer beauty of the countryside, It is known for the the out-of-doors. From the Nevis Range and Ben Nevis, as well as the Glencoe area, they are renowned as mountainous areas of great beauty. The Ardnamurchan Road passes to the Isles and the Great Glen area through neighbouring smaller villages and hamlets, Fort William & Lochaber areas form a large part of the West Highlands of Scotland, Here you will find History, genuine Highland hospitality, Culture, Traditions, Heritage, and a reputation for a big welcome.