This article is about the Class III road numbered C1192 maintained by Highland Council.
For other roads numbered C1192, see C1192
The C1192 is one of the most westerly roads on the British Mainland, as it runs out to the tiny settlement of Ockle on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. It starts at a wide T junction on a bend of the B8007 a mile beyond Loch Mudle and heads north across moorland towards Ardnamurchans north coast. There are good views ahead of the Small Isles, seen from an unusual angle, as the road drops into Kilmory. Here, the C1192 turns right at a fork and meanders along the contours, vaguely following the coast, to Ockle. From Ockle, a track continues east to Kentra Bay and the B8044.