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NC500 Route66 Scotland

North Coast 500 Free Directory Listing Service

Free business directory listing service for the spectacular 516-mile scenic route around the northern coast of Scotland, Local businesses and organisation can list their business for Free. The route snakes around beautiful scenery and passes by many well known local featured businesses located in the Highlands of Scotland all incorporated into one very iconic pleasurable touring route around Scotland. Don't let it pass you by.


The Amazing North Coast 500!

Want to make your road trip more memorable? Then follow our links and suggestions of places to visit around the Scottish Highlands

Places To Visit

North Coast 500 Is The Ultimate Roadtrip

Scotland's North Coast 500 is a spectacular route of 516 miles of beautiful mountains, stunning lochs, castles, and huge sea cliffs along the stunning wild coast of the northern Scottish Highlands. Our guide aims to help it more accessible and easy for you to enjoy and get the most out of your NC 500 road trip


North Coast 500 Car Hire

North Coast 500 Car Hire is available for you to complete the 516-mile route around the northern coast of Scotland, as it snakes around beautiful scenery and historic features around the Highlands of Scotland. Why not do it in style with a luxury or classic car or maybe even a campervan.

North Coast 500 Accommodation

North Coast 500 accommodation you can find around the 516-mile route around the northern coast of Scotland, Guesthouses, B&B's, Lodgings, Hotels, Campsites, Glamping, hostels

NC500? You Cannae Buy It!!!

But You Can Drive it, Walk It, Cycle it, Sail It, whichever way you choose the North Coast 500 is Now Being daubed As Scotland's Very Own Route 66 Making It The Ultimate Scottish road trip.

North Coast 500 hazards

Like any travel route, the North Coast 500 can present some dangers to visitors. Here are a few potential hazards that visitors should be aware of.

  • Road hazards - Some parts of the North Coast 500 have narrow, winding roads with blind corners and steep drops, which can be dangerous for inexperienced or distracted drivers. Visitors should drive cautiously and be aware of road conditions at all times.
  • Wildlife - The Scottish Highlands are home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, sheep, and cattle, which can sometimes stray onto the roads. Visitors should be aware of their surroundings and watch for wildlife when driving or hiking.
  • Weather - The weather in the Scottish Highlands can be unpredictable and can change quickly, even during the summer months. Visitors should be prepared for rain, wind, and other challenging conditions, and pack appropriate clothing and gear.
  • Water hazards - The North Coast 500 includes several bodies of water, including rivers, lochs, and the sea. Visitors should be aware of the risks of drowning, hypothermia, and other water-related hazards, and take appropriate precautions when participating in water-based activities.
  • Cliff edges and steep drops - Some areas along the North Coast 500 feature steep cliffs or drops, which can be dangerous for those who are not accustomed to hiking or walking in such environments. Visitors should stay on designated trails and exercise caution when near cliff edges or steep drops.

By being aware of these potential dangers and taking appropriate precautions, visitors can enjoy a safe and rewarding trip along the North Coast 500.

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