Scottish Climbs

Bealach Na Ba


The Bealach Na Ba is often described as one of the toughest cycling climbs in Britain, but it’s also one of the most beautiful. Located in the Applecross Peninsula, in the Scottish Highlands the name is Scottish Gaelic for “Pass of the Cattle”, as it was historically used as a drover’s road.

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This winding, single track road begins at almost sea level and over a distance of 9100m has an average gradient of 7%. Add in four hairpin bends, rough terrain, tricky weather and the wild scenery of the Highlands and you have yourself a truly epic climb. When you turn right into the valley, the real task ahead of you becomes clear, pray for little wind.

My art prints have been hand drawn and digitally painted in my Glasgow studio. They been created and inspired by my riding and my passion for cycling.


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Giclée print, archival ink on excellent 310gsm fine art paper
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