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Bealach na Bà Pass

Bealach na Bà Pass Tours and Activities

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Hairpin bends aren’t just for the Alps. At Bealach na Bà Pass in the remote Scottish Highlands, you can drive along the greatest road ascent in Britain. Full of twists and turns through the remote Highland landscape, the historic road runs from the pretty coastal village of Applecross right through the mountains up to 2,054 feet, making it the third-highest road in Scotland.

The drive can be a little scary at times, but just take it slow and be courteous enough to use the passing places. Local etiquette on Scotland’s single-track roads is to give the person who "gives way" a cheery wave or raise of the hand to say thanks.

When you get to the top of Bealach na Bà, enjoy the views across the sea out to the isles of Skye, Rum and the Outer Hebrides. From the top car park, there are some great peaks to explore if you’re an experienced hiker, and as you’re already over 2,000 feet up, half the work has already been done for you.

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Loch Kishorn, Applecross , Scotland
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Applecross, Loch Carron & the Wild Highlands from Inverness
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Applecross, Loch Carron & the Wild Highlands from Inverness

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Explore the Northern Highlands without the stress of navigating its winding roads on a full-day trip that departs from Inverness. Going with a guide ensures you learn more than you might from a guidebook about each stop on the day’s itinerary, including the 1300-year-old town of Applecross, the third highest road in Britain, a national wildlife reserve, and a quaint fishing village.
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  • 10 hours
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3-Day North Coast 500 Small-Group Tour from Inverness

3-Day North Coast 500 Small-Group Tour from Inverness

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Scotland's North Coast 500 is the country's answer to Route 66 and not having a vehicle doesn't mean having to miss out. Travel in a top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach and see all of the highlights, from serene beaches to dramatic sea cliffs, and includes accommodation.
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3 day NW Scottish Highlands- Ullapool and North!

3 day NW Scottish Highlands- Ullapool and North!

-This is a 3 day private tour of 3 days customised around you. History, scenery, whisky, whatever you are looking for in Scotland we'll find it. -An ex geophysicist turned writer/actor from Dundee, I've lived in Edinburgh for 19 years and have travelled all over Scotland so am a wealth of knowledge on exciting and unusual places to visit. -I work in film and TV, most notably on all seasons of the hit Starz tv show 'Outlander' as an extra so I know the locations and have lots of great stories to share.
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  • 12 hours to 1 day
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Should I book Bealach na Bà Pass tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Bealach na Bà Pass can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Bealach na Bà Pass 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Bealach na Bà Pass costs USD 61.53. Guided Bealach na Bà Pass tours start around USD 61.53 per person.
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