Hebridean Way Cycle Challenge
185 miles. 10 islands. 6 causeways. 2 ferry crossings.
Do you have what it takes to conquer the Hebridean Way?
A fantastic way to experience the Outer Hebrides is to follow the Hebridean Way Cycling Route.
In March 2016, Mark Beaumont, record breaking endurance cyclist, took on the challenge to launch the new Hebridean Way Cycling Route by cycling the full length from Vatersay in the South (Barra), to the Butt of Lewis in the north, in just 24 hours. 185 miles, 10 islands, 6 causeways, 2 boat crossings and just 12 hours in the saddle!
Watch Mark's epic journey now.
Visit the Outer Hebrides
The Outer Hebrides is a place of stunning landscapes, geology, wildlife, heritage and scenery as well as a distinct culture and tradition where Gaelic is often spoken as a first language.
The Hebridean Way is dual aspect, with a walking route and separate national cycle network route. The cycling route follows the National Cycle Route 780. Find out more about the Hebridean Way Cycling Route at Hebridean Way
For more inspiration on this and other great outdoor activities on the stunning west coast, take a look at our Go Active! section and plan your next island adventure now.