The road that takes you to Glen Etive is a single track road with passing places. There are wide spots in the road where 2 cars can pass each other. When my friend told me about Glen Etive, I almost didn’t believe her. Driving up towards Glencoe, take a right turn at the ski centre and you’ll find yourself on a single-track road which leads through some of the most heartbreakingly beautiful scenery I’ve ever seen. We didn't go on the road to Glen Etive, but similar roads on Skye.The passing places were mostly, if not completely, signed, so you know when they're coming up. The road in question runs through Glen Etive, and to my mind it’s one of the most beautiful places in Scotland. Typically forgotten by many tourists on their way to Glen Coe. jonnie3430 - on 06 Dec 2012. Glen Etive. Details for Glen Etive Road a Off site parking Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom, PH49 4HY Do yourself a favour and turn left on this A82 towards Glen Etive. On the Road: Glen Etive The rough, single-track road snaking its way through Glen Etive, just south of Glencoe, is amongst the most breath-taking drives in the world. The road is less than 15 miles long ends at a small car park and disused pier at the head of Loch Etive but it leads you to some of the most stunning views you can find including the majestic Buacchaile Etive Mor mountain ridge. I'd imagine it's cleared farther down as there are houses there, but I've never been when there's enough snow that far down to be a problem. IME the Glen Etive road is cleared regularly as far as Dalness (don't know if the council do this, or the estate). Glen Etive (Scottish Gaelic: Gleann Èite) is a glen in the Highlands of Scotland.The River Etive (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Èite) rises on the peaks surrounding Rannoch Moor, with several tributary streams coming together at the Kings House Hotel, at the head of Glen Coe.From the Kings House, the Etive flows for about 18 km, reaching the sea loch, Loch Etive. Following the white waters of the River Etive fourteen miles to the north-shore of Loch Etive, it’s a dead-end drive well worth the detour. It is a dead end so yes you will have to turn around to do this +- 20km road again in the other direction but it is well worth it. Learn how to create your own. This map was created by a user. The 10 mile road that was closed-off for filming in February 2012 is the single track Glen Etive road, where the stunt driver was spotted driving an Aston Martin DB5. Land in the Glencoe/Glen Etive area has traditionally been owned by the Fleming family and it could be said that the filming is a nod to Ian Fleming and his Scottish roots. Until she sent the photos. From Highland Council: Glen-Etive Road - A82 Jct to Dalness - Tempor... ary Road Closure - 25th March 2020 Highland Council will today temporary close the Glen-Etive Road to non-residents until further notice. Either you or they pull out into the passing place. Traffic Management will be set up at the A82 Jct/Glen-Etive Jct to force a full closure.