1. Cheddar Gorge - B3135
Deep in the heart of Somerset lies Cheddar Gorge - a series of 27 cliffs that lead you out toward the ocean. Well, the Bristol Channel. Though famed for its cheese, Cheddar is also a hotspot for rock climbing and caving due to its geological diversity. Aptly named Cliff Road, the B3135 weaves its way around through the gorge, enveloping you in an almost prehistoric setting.
Best visited out of summer, the B3135 can get busy with commuters around rush hour, so be sure to enjoy it at off-peak times for maximum impact.
(photo courtesy of @Diana_Jarvis)