The stunning and some of the most spectacular landscape you will come across on your bike can be found on The Hebridean Way. It is offers an approximate 185 mile (just under 300km) long distance national cycle network route (NCN 780).
The Hebridean Way stretches along the length of the Outer Hebrides from the Butt of Lewis, the northernest point of the Outer Hebrides to Vatersay in the south. The route will take you through a total of ten Islands linked by a combination of causeways and ferries (Caledonian MacBrayne being the provider), over rugged and challenging hills and along the dazzling Atlantic coastline, presenting you with long, empty beaches of white sands and pristine turquoise sea water.
Seals, dolphins, buzzards, whales, otters and eagles represent just some of the wildlife you will come across in this landscape.
Find our more about cycling the Hebridean Way here.