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This is one of many absolutely brilliant runs in the middle of Scotland. Best to avoid the main summer months, since it can get a bit busy with cars & coaches. The route is all single carriageway A-roads, mainly good surfaces, with decent grip - not too many muckspreaders around, but watch for loose gravel at farm exits.
Starting at Crianlarich, the A85 to Tyndrum is a fairly quick, wide road with some good open bends. Tyndrum has a couple of decent eateries, plus what is reputed to be the most expensive petrol in the universe. Take the A82 to go over Rannoch Moor and on through Glen Coe itself. Do watch out for hillwalkers wandering about on the road, though. Once through Glen Coe, there is food and fuel at Ballachulish. The first part of the loop ends at Ballachulish.
Enjoy your ride in either direction!
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