UK motorists have reveal top 10 road trips

A survey of 2,000 drivers, was commissioned by National Geographic to launch season 11 of Car S.O.S, on Thursday 9th March.
By: Wanderlust Camper Co Ltd
LEDBURY, U.K. - March 16, 2023 - PRLog -- UK motorists have revealed a selection of their favourite routes in the UK, following the results of a National Geographic survey. The survey of 2,000 drivers, was commissioned to launch season 11 of Car S.O.S, on 9th March.

The top 10 feature routes across England, Scotland and Wales are:
  1. The North Coast 500 route starting from Inverness in Northern Scotland
  2. Cheddar Gorge through the Mendip Hills B3135
  3. Snake Pass (A57) in the Peak District
  4. Kendal to Keswick in the Lake District, A591
  5. Snowdonia's Llanberis Pass, in Wales – A4086
  6. St Ives to St Just in Cornwall, B3306
  7. Best of the Moors (A169 and A170) in Yorkshire
  8. The Cotswolds – Cheltenham to Stratford
  9. Cat and Fiddle route (A53 then A54 followed by the A537) in the Peak District
  10. The Black Mountain Pass A4069 in the Brecon Beacons, Wales

Annah Todman, director of the road trip planner membership website,, says: "I am thrilled to see that every route in the top 10 are featured in a corresponding road trip, from our library of over 25 road trips plans, meaning we are right on the mark with making sure road trippers plan their perfect road trip and make the best memories. They are all worthy winners."

Interestingly, research also said that 47% believed themselves to be an organised road tripper, planning details in advance seen as important, whereas 18% preferred to be spontaneous.

Either way, an annual subscription to the library of over 25 UK road trips will suit both, to access for planning on the computer at home, as well as accessing on your mobile phone on the road, see for more.

Annah Todman
Source:Wanderlust Camper Co Ltd
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