Drive along the A9 to Scrabster, Scotland

Here is a complete car journey from Latheron to Scrabster in Caithness, North Scotland, heading north along the A9.

Scrabster is one of three harbours on the north east coast of Scotland, along with Gills Bay and John O’Groats, which serve ferries to the Orkney Isles.

The A9 road links Scrabster directly with Inverness, the major city in the Scottish Highlands.

The total drive from Latheron to Scrabster takes around 34 minutes. This video is accelerated and plays at four times the normal speed.

Journey highlights (with time stamps)
00:00 Latheron, Caithness

03:50 Left turn for Achanarras Quarry; right turn for Watten

03:59 Spittal, Caithness

04:39 Left turn for Halkirk, Caithness

05:03 Left turn for Georgemas Junction Railway Station

05:13 Left turn for Thurso and Scrabster; right turn for Wick

06:53 Thurso, Caithness

07:02 Right turn for John O’Groats, Castle of Mey and Dunnet

07:51 Right turn for Scrabster, straight on for Tongue and Durness

08:20 Scrabster, Caithness

Further resources
See the drive along the A9 from Inverness to John O’Groats via Latheron.