Hot hatch shootout: Civic Type R vs Fiesta ST vs VW Golf R
Nowadays, it’s called the Applecross Pass, but the proper Scottish Gaelic name, the old name, is Bealach na Bà – the Pass of the Cattle. You can guess why – the little squiggle that carves through the mountains of the Applecross Peninsula in Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands used to be a drover’s road. A road that connected the outskirts of Tornapress on the eastern side to the village of Applecross on the coast, just across the water from the Isle of Raasay, itself sandwiched between the mainland and the Isle of Skye.
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