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C25 (Argyll and Bute)

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C25
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  North Connel (NM910347)
To:  Bonawe (NM986355)
Via:  Ardchattan
Distance:  6.7 miles (10.8 km)
Meets:  A828, B845
Highway Authorities

Argyll and Bute

Traditional Counties

Argyll

Route outline (key)
C25 North Connel - Bonawe
This article is about the Class III road numbered C25 maintained by Argyll and Bute Council.
For other roads numbered C25, see C25
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The C25 is a scenic route running along the northern shore of Loch Etive. It starts at a staggered crossroads on the A828 immediately to the north of the Connel Bridge and heads east, never far from the shore. The road curves north beyond Black Crofts, as the loch opens out from the narrow channel at Connel, before turning east once more at the junction with Moss Road. This is the U35 and leads back to the A828 at Benderloch.

Continuing east, the C25 is at its closest to the waters edge as it heads for the scattered village of Ardchattan, the distinctive church standing just above the road. A couple of scenic miles later, Ardchattan Priory is reached, with the house and gardens built amongst the ruins of a Medieval priory. Another mile further on, the C25 comes to an end at a TOTSO junction with the B845. The main route continues east along the shore to Bonawe.




C25 (Argyll and Bute)
Class III Roads maintained by Argyll and Bute Council
C1 • C2 • C3 • C4 • C5 • C6 • C7 • C8 • C9 • C10 • C11 • C12 • C13 • C14 • C15 • C16 • C17 • C18 • C19 • C20
C21 • C22 • C23 • C24 • C25 • C26 • C27 • C28 • C29 • C30 • C31 • C32 • C33 • C34 • C35 • C36 • C37 • C38 • C39 • C40
C41 • C42 • C43 • C44 • C45 • C46 • C47 • C48 • C49 • C50 • C51 • C52 • C53 • C54 • C55 • C56 • C57 • C58 • C59 • C60
C61 • C62 • C63 • C64 • C65 • C66 • C67 • C68 • C69 • C70 • C71 • C72 • C73 • C74 • C75 • C76 • C77 • C78 • C79



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