Hit the Road will present three tours of Scotland, themed by music genre. Participants are also invited to training workshops with industry professionals covering all aspects of the reality of touring, while there will also be training opportunities for young people wishing to try out support roles such as sound engineering and stage technicians.
Car journeys can be tense, funny adventures, throwing together passengers who might prefer to stay apart. Hit the Road provides slice of life comic insights into travelling the high roads of Scotland.
- Snow Roads Scenic Route. Distance: 90 miles (145 km) Start: Grantown-on-Spey. End: Blairgowrie. The Snow Roads Scenic Route is one of the newest additions to the best driving routes in Scotland.
- The Argyll Coastal Route. Distance: 129 miles (208 km) Start: Tarbet. End: Fort William. The Argyll Coastal Route is one of the best roads in Scotland. It is said that the enchanting Argyll boasts more coastline than the entire country of France!
- Galloway Tourist Route. Distance: 92 miles (148 km) Start: Gretna. End: Ayr. Spanning the towns of Gretna to Ayr, follow one of the best scenic drives in Scotland on this gently meandering route.
- Moray Firth Route. Distance: 80 miles (128 km) Start: Inverness. End: The Mound on Loch Fleet. Twisting and turning across a backdrop of ancient crags, brooding mountains and glittering coastal waters under an every-shifting sky, the pull of the North Highlands is a powerful one.
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