I've spoken to several people who use this road regularly , but have never seen it in conditions like this .
There is almost always cloud and mist, or rain, or snow.
The road goes from Loch Kishorn (pictured at the bottom) , at sea level, and climbs to this view, at over 2,000 feet, before going over the top and descending to Applecross.
This view is taken from near the top of the road , not far from The Bealach na Bà viewpoint.
It is officially Britain's steepest road, and probably 1 of the twistiest.
As a recommendation to anyone thinking of going here, if you take the long route to Applecross, going round the coast from Shieldaig, the climb to here in a car is much easier on your clutch. Anyone coming up the hill this way, is in danger of clutch burn out, or engine overheating.
The first image is a 16x9 frame size ratio (like a computer or modern TV screen shape) the second image is 3x2 frame size ratio, and can be used for most picture frames, including all "A SIZE" frames. The price shown is for a 3 feet/90cm gloss or satin print, protected in tissue paper and sent in a solid cardboard tube, and includes UK delivery and VAT.
Bealach na Bà , the road to Applecross
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