North Coast 500 Adventure

Edinburgh, Scotland

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Price from: £TBC - on request

Hosted by: Chrisw

Duration: 5 to 9 Days

Summary:

From the likes of The Black Isle with its simple majesty, Caithness in the dramatic North, Historical Easter Ross, Inverness-shire the hub of the Highlands to wild and beautiful Sutherland and the magnificent mountains and lochs of Wester Ross, the North Coast 500 has everything to offer.

Rating:

Price from: £TBC - on request

Hosted by: Chrisw

Duration: 5 to 9 Days

The price includes:

TBC - on request

About this Activity:

The North Coast 500 is a circular road trip in the north of Scotland that takes in some of the very best and most remote landscapes Scotland has to offer. For both driving and cycling (even walking if you have the time - we are always keen) this route many times we have discovered many hidden local gems, from food pubs and small restaurants where you experience excellent service and stunning fresh food, to great walks into the wilderness, stunning views of ancient landscapes, and much more to discover for yourself - including the odd Whisky Distillery.

This adventure is best enjoyed with a relaxed approach, by cycling or by self-drive (Bike, Car, Camper) over a few days.

The North Coast 500 is a 516-mile (830 km) scenic route around the north coast of Scotland, starting and ending at Inverness Castle. The North Coast 500 (Also known as NC500) was created by the North Highland Initiative and was designed to bring together the best of the north Highlands of Scotland in one iconic touring route.

From the likes of The Black Isle with its simple majesty, Caithness in the dramatic North, Historical Easter Ross, Inverness-shire the hub of the Highlands to wild and beautiful Sutherland and the magnificent mountains and lochs of Wester Ross, the North Coast 500 has everything to offer.

Let us tailor your journey to get the best for your time and interests or just go with the flow with some of our top spots on the way to keep you going.

So whether it's a Luxury Tour or Camping in the wilds, immersing in the history and heritage of this ancient land, enjoying a round of Golf on one of the many coastal and inland courses or an adventure experience like whitewater rafting or coasteering, this journey has it all to enjoy.

Price

£TBC - on request

Number of Participants

2 to 8 People

Location:

The route runs through the traditional counties of Inverness-shire, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness.

Working clockwise, the route starts at Inverness and runs via Muir of Ord, Applecross, Gairloch, Ullapool, Durness, Thurso, John o'Groats, Wick, Dunrobin Castle, Dingwall then back to Muir of Ord and Inverness. The route of the North Coast 500 takes in many areas of the North Highland Way, a walking route along Scotland's North Coast.

The Official North Coast 500 Route - [Google Maps]

Summary:

From the likes of The Black Isle with its simple majesty, Caithness in the dramatic North, Historical Easter Ross, Inverness-shire the hub of the Highlands to wild and beautiful Sutherland and the magnificent mountains and lochs of Wester Ross, the North Coast 500 has everything to offer.

About this Activity:

The North Coast 500 is a circular road trip in the north of Scotland that takes in some of the very best and most remote landscapes Scotland has to offer. For both driving and cycling (even walking if you have the time - we are always keen) this route many times we have discovered many hidden local gems, from food pubs and small restaurants where you experience excellent service and stunning fresh food, to great walks into the wilderness, stunning views of ancient landscapes, and much more to discover for yourself - including the odd Whisky Distillery.

This adventure is best enjoyed with a relaxed approach, by cycling or by self-drive (Bike, Car, Camper) over a few days.

The North Coast 500 is a 516-mile (830 km) scenic route around the north coast of Scotland, starting and ending at Inverness Castle. The North Coast 500 (Also known as NC500) was created by the North Highland Initiative and was designed to bring together the best of the north Highlands of Scotland in one iconic touring route.

From the likes of The Black Isle with its simple majesty, Caithness in the dramatic North, Historical Easter Ross, Inverness-shire the hub of the Highlands to wild and beautiful Sutherland and the magnificent mountains and lochs of Wester Ross, the North Coast 500 has everything to offer.

Let us tailor your journey to get the best for your time and interests or just go with the flow with some of our top spots on the way to keep you going.

So whether it's a Luxury Tour or Camping in the wilds, immersing in the history and heritage of this ancient land, enjoying a round of Golf on one of the many coastal and inland courses or an adventure experience like whitewater rafting or coasteering, this journey has it all to enjoy.

Price

Number of Participants

£TBC - on request

2 to 8 People

The price includes:

TBC - on request

Location:

The route runs through the traditional counties of Inverness-shire, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness.

Working clockwise, the route starts at Inverness and runs via Muir of Ord, Applecross, Gairloch, Ullapool, Durness, Thurso, John o'Groats, Wick, Dunrobin Castle, Dingwall then back to Muir of Ord and Inverness. The route of the North Coast 500 takes in many areas of the North Highland Way, a walking route along Scotland's North Coast.

The Official North Coast 500 Route - [Google Maps]

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Reviews about North Coast 500 Adventure by Chrisw
Holly
Jul 2017

Gorgeous
Definitely add this to your bucket list! Some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. A dream motorcycle ride.

William J
Jul 2017

This has been on my bucket list for years - and to celebrate my dotage 3 score years & ten this was my birthday treat to me. Everyone should see the true beauty of this Isle before they die, we have seen some wonderful scenery & places all over the world but "The Highlands" are second to none.
Only trouble is much wants more - next year Skye & the Orkney's.

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