England is a crowded country and so too are many of its roads, however there are still some roads in England that allow you to enjoy the experience of driving whatever the conditions.
A535, to Alderley Edge in Cheshire
If you want to experience the heart of the Cheshire countryside, then the drive from Holmes Chapel to Alderley Edge is a 10 mile drive from heaven. It will take you around national treasures such as the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank as well as though miles of rolling green pastures. Not surprisingly it has been voted the third best road to drive in England.
The Woodhead Pass, The Peak District
The Peak District has been attracting visitors for hundreds of years due to the spectacular countryside and wild, rugged landscapes. The 19 mile stretch of road known as The Woodhead Pass allows you to experience the best the Peak District has to offer including reservoirs and acreas of prime English National parkland. The only challenge is to keep your eyes on the wheels.
A591 to Keswick in Cumbria
No list of must drive roads would be complete without this road that runs right through the best scenery in the Lake District. At 30 miles long, you will have plenty of time to enjoy the twists and turns of this road as well as some long straights that allow you to take in the dramatic countryside shaped during the last Ice Age.