The Pass of Glencoe and the Three Sisters. Spectacular scenery, but in the summer you have to drive past strategically located bagpipers at the roadside ‘welcoming you to Scotland’. A peer at online mapping and satellite imagery indicates that the ‘old road’ up on the ledge still exists. There are miles and miles of sections of ‘old road’ braiding with the new, visible from Tyndrum to Fort William and beyond. Does anyone use this for recreational travel?