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CAITHNESS, UK - April 2018: Dubbed Scotland’s Route 66, The North Coast 500 is a 516-mile (830 km) scenic route around the north coast of Scotland. Running through the traditional counties of Inverness-shire, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness, the route starts at Inverness and runs via Muir of Ord, Applecross (including the notorious Bealach na Bà), Gairloch, Ullapool, Durness, Thurso, John o'Groats, Wick, Dunrobin Castle, Dingwall then finally back to Muir of Ord and Inverness. Pictured John o' Groats which lies on Britain's North Eastern tip and is popular with tourists as one end of the longest journey on the mainland, with Land's End in Cornwall lying 876 miles (1,410 km) to the southwest.
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