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Old A9, Scotland

Old A9, Scotland

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Route Overview:

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Distance (Miles): 273
Approx Duration (Hours): 5

Useful Information:

Town: Edinburgh
County: Edinburgh / Lothians
Region: Central Scotland
Summary: A9 is a strategic link from the Highlands of Scotland south to the Central Belt.
Route Description:

The A9 is one of Scotland's major A- roads running from central Scotland to Scrabster Harbour, Thurso in the far north, via Stirling, Bridge of Allan,Perth and Inverness. Being 273 miles (439 km), it is the longest road in Scotland and the fifth-longest A-road in the United Kingdom. Historically it was the main road between Edinburgh and Scrabster, known as the Spine of Scotland.  It is a long route but running most of Scotland, the scenery is great and many a biker friendly place to stop and enjoy.  Its been upgraded in many places but you can still keep to the original A9 Route.  A good all round biker road.

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