England is not the only one in the UK that has roads around some of the mind-blowing sceneries of the world. Whales, usually undermined, also possesses a few road trips that will reach your heart before you reached your destination.
Black Mountain Pass
Brecon Beacons has the famous A4069, a challenging route across the Black Mountain with Llandovery and Gwuan-Cae-Gurwen at its ends. If you are lucky enough to keep away from any incidents with the eventual sheeps, you will realize that some of the sceneries that the Black Mountain Pass offers are completely unmatched in the whole country. This 22-mile drive only takes about an hour to cross once, and hits the highest altitude point at 495 meters.
The name is perfect to describe the nature of this route. The route is as hard to pronounce as hard it is to drive, but that’s what makes the things interesting, doesn’t it? Drive through a number of bridges, ascents, steep descents, hairpin bends, shark turns, this one has got it all. Locals actually choose Abergwesyn Pass as a challenge, a way of testing the skills of the driver. And let me tell you that you will need some pretty decent driving skills to make through this one.