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Cycling the Hebridean Way

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About the Hebridean Way

The Hebridean Way is a 185mi (298km) cycling route across the Outer Hebrides. It follows the National Cycle Network Route 780 from Vatersay to the Butt of Lewis. The route begins on the Isle of Vatersay and will take you via ferries and causeways to the isles of Barra, Eriskay, South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist, Berneray, Harris and Lewis, finishing at the Butt of Lewis, the northernmost point.

Useful Information

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Bike, Gear & Equipment

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Getting There

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Accommodation

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Miscellaneous

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How We Did It

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Day 1 - Castlebay (Barra) - Vatersay - Daliburgh (South Uist)

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Day 2 - Daliburgh - Benbecula - Paible (North Uist)

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Day 3 - Paible (N Uist) - Berneray - Borve (Harris)

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Day 4 - Borve - Tarbert - Balallan

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Day 5 - Balallan - Callanish - Garenin

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Day 6 - Garenin - Port of Ness - Butt of Lewis

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