We will be ending 2019 and starting 2020 the way it should be on an epic road trip.
This is Scotlands answer to the Route 66 only better. For those that have tackled the route in summer with stunning views and amazing drives in winter daylight will be short and nights long but the winter scenery will be inspiring with hopefully many opportunities to catch the Northern Lights.
This trip is open to anyone brave enough to tackle the route in winter with opportunities to jump in and out as needed if you do not have the time to complete the whole route.
Be under no illusions the North West of Scotland is remote with Durness on the same latitude as Stavanger in Norway so this is a much bigger undertaking than a summer trip.
Whilst advance planning for the trip can be completed local weather can have a huge affect on route choices with snow often closing roads and higher roads closed due to ice.
Most facilities and campsites will be closed.
Meeting point is a car park below Kessock Bridge that as per Park4night allows overnight parking - no facilities
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