GREAT UK ROADS: HERE YOU WILL FIND ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED ABOUT THE BEST ROADS TO DRIVE IN THE UK AND ACROSS EUROPE.

The Snake Pass

The Snake Pass

Often driven in conjunction with the “Cat and Fiddle”, The Snake Pass was listed as one of the best driving roads by Auto Trader magazine in 2009 and is the name of the A57 road where it crosses the Peak District, between Manchester and Sheffield. The name usually refers to the section between Glossop and Ladybower reservoir, and at its highest point, it is 512 metres (1679 feet) above sea level.

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The Midlands Tick

The Midlands Tick

This British Driving Road takes us to the centre of the UK for the imaginatively titled Midlands Tick. Featuring a good mix of long straights and tight corners this route has everything required for an entertaining drive.

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St Ives To St Just

St Ives To St Just

This Driving Road takes us to Cornwall for a spot of the South West’s finest – It’s the B3306 from St Ives to St Just. Prepare for 13 miles of sweeping bends, short straights and tight turns. The views aren’t too bad either.

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The B3224 Exmoor

The B3224 Exmoor

This Driving Road is situated in the West Country and runs along the B3224 between Wheddon Cross and Brendon Hill. The route takes you through Exmoor National Park which provides glorious scenery, especially in the summer.

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The Cheddar Gorge

The Cheddar Gorge

This is another great driving road situated in the West Country and is a route that incorporates the Cheddar Gorge. This road is just 10 miles south-west of Bristol and 8 miles east of Weston-Super-Mare.

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