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Thank you Uncle Andrew for your very helpful advice, my wife and I plan to tour Scotland in September for the very first time, to celebrate our Golden Wedding Anniversary,we intend to visit Culloden and stay at the Caravan Club site there, then travel South from Inverness to the Isle of Skye, is the route given, B582, to Fort Augustus suitable for Car and Caravan outfit, your help would be very much appreciated, and may save me some embarrassing many thanks.
A Chapman

2 Answers

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Lochgilphead

Are you sure about your route? Under the UK road numbering system, the B582 will be in Zone 5, which is North/East of the A5, west of the A6. At a guess, it will be somewhere near Liverpool.

Your quickest route from Culloden to the Skye Bridge is A96, A9, A82, A887, A87 (but you can miss out the shortcut via the A887 if you want to visit Fort Augustus - stay on the A82 until Fort Augustus & pick up the A87 there.

All these roads are suitable for a car/caravan combo

You can get a detailed route from

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Stornoway

As above, I've never heard of the B852, however most routes between Inverness and Skye are ok for caravans. Which ever route you choose, PLEASE PLEASE pull over and let cars pass. Remember that at the back of any queue you cause could be an ambulance. Enjoy :)

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