Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: United Kingdom
Ferrari Life Posts: 3,928
It's about 20 years since I've been up to the Lake District, so my memory of routes is very rusty. I just remember it was stunning, and long to go back up there now I've got the perfect car to enjoy it with.
TBH, if you get off the beaten track there are lots of great drives in the UK, we have a varied and beautiful country that we don't appreciate enough.
Places that spring to mind are the Peak District in Derbyshire, The Horseshoe Pass in Wales and all around the Snowdon National Park, the road that goes from Sheffield to Manchester, some of the country lanes in West Dorset/Devon...I could go on.
I agree with the bikers, they can be a menace.