North Coast 500 Fanny Bay
North Coast 500 Fanny bay
This is the place on the North Coast 500 you don't want to be at.
As traffic is beginning to increase on the North Coast 500 following the lifting of the five-mile restriction on travel for leisure and also the reopening of Scotland's tourism industry, things are getting busy again on this amazing coast route. Before the coronavirus pandemic, the route was being dubbed Scotland's Route 66, drawing inspiration from the iconic American highway, and caused a large influx of drivers of all types of vehicles looking to travel the route.
Our first fanny has arrived at Fanny Bay
The driver of a Porsche had a lucky escapeafter the car was left dangling over a 50ft drop after losing control and crashing into a stone bridge going over the Struy on the Highlands North coast 500 route.