The Hebridean Way Cycling route is a 156-mile journey from Vatersay to Stornoway through the Outer Hebrides chain. It takes in 10 islands, 6 causeways, 2 ferries, loads of beaches and wild moorland. There’s lots of wildlife, fascinating archaeology, history and culture. It can be done as a single end-to-end journey, smaller, single-island based trips or as a series of day cycles.
The Offcomers Guide to Cycling the Hebridean Way includes lots of useful information to help you plan and undertake your trip:
- Details of how to get there and back
- Listings of accommodation, refreshment and food providers along the route and businesses who will support you on the Hebridean Way
- 1:50,000 OS maps with facilities marked
- Accurate route descriptions
- Information about points of interest along the way