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Buckle up and get ready for single-track roads and passing points.
It takes approximately 2 hours to get to Kilfinan from Glasgow by car and we would advise traveling via Dunoon, crossing the Clyde at Gourock via the Western Ferries service, and following the main route to Tighnabruaich and Kames and then traveling on the B8000 (shore road) north along Loch Fyne. The alternative route to go via the A83, via the 'Rest & Be Thankful' and the Arrochar Alps, which takes you to the top of the Loch Fyne. In bad weather this route can be closed or severely restricted.
Many roads in the area are single-track, but have regular passing places.
When traveling to us, a lot of satnavs will direct you over the C900 (commonly known as ‘the Bealach pass’) from the A886 at Glendaruel to the Loch Fyne shore road (B8000), as this is the shortest route by distance. This is an amazing drive, which provides stunning views; however, it is not for the faint-heated, aping a zig-zagging Alpine pass in places. We would usually recommend going via Tignabruaich and Kames.
Public transport is not the best unfortunately, although there is a regular bus service between Dunoon and Tighnabruaich. Tams Taxis serves the area and call 07780478622 to book ahead.
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