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12 nights

John O'Groats to Lands End

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What's Included?

  • Expert and Friendly British Military Guide
  • 12 Nights in Bed and Breakfasts
  • Pick Ups from Penzance
  • Drop offs to Inverness
  • Breakfast included
  • Free Training Guide to help you base your fitness level
  • Deposit Feature! Secure spot for £50, balance due 6 weeks before departure.

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5th Jul 2024
14th Jul 2024
£ 1697
9th Aug 2024
18th Aug 2024
£ 1697


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Arrival day

We'll meet in Penzance, and after a short briefing and bike checks, will set off on a 10-mile warm-up ride to Land's End. We'll enjoy the picturesque Cornish scenery along the way, before arriving at the hotel to rest, ready for an early start the next day.

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Day 1 - Land's End to Bude (95 miles)

Starting our journey at the southernmost tip of the British mainland, we will head north to the pretty seaside town of Bude. We'll enjoy stunning coastal and countryside views along the way, arriving in Bude in the late afternoon.

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Day 2 - Bude to Webbington (100 miles)

From Bude we'll head East along Route 3 of the National Cycle Network, passing through scenic Devon countryside before arriving at our hotel in the picturesque Mendip Hills, (a designated area of Oustanding Natural Beauty).

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Day 3 - Webbington to Ludlow (95 miles)

Heading north, we'll pass Bristol, and cross the Severn Bridge into Wales. We'll follow the River Wye, through the Wye Valley (an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), enjoying picturesque, lush, scenery as we head north through the historic city of Hereford, to our destination, the Shropshire town of Ludlow.

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Day 4 - Ludlow to Leigh (102 miles)

We'll depart Ludlow and head north along Route 45 of the National Cycle Network, passing through the beautiful Shropshire Hills (another AONB), and several historic market towns, before reaching our destination on the outskirts of Greater Manchester.

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Day 5 - Leigh to Glennridding (106 miles)

Departing Leigh, we'll head west along the A65, passing through Lancashire countryside, and into Yorkshire. Heading north, we'll enjoy stunning views of the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland (AONB), before entering the Lake District, where we'll make the challenging ascent up the Kirkstone Pass, taking in breathtaking views, and then ascend to the charming village of Glenridding on the banks of lake Ullswater, to rest for the night.

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Day 6 - Glennridding to Douglas, Lanark (106 miles)

We'll depart Glenridding, and enjoy some stunning morning views as we follow the shore of Ullswater for 6 miles. Heading north, we'll pass Carlisle, and cross the Scottish border at Gretna, continuing through the beautiful wild landscapes of Dumfries and Galloway, into South Lanarkshire and our destination for the night, the village of Douglas.

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Day 7 - Douglas to Ardchyle (93 miles)

From Douglas we'll head North on the Route 7 of the National Cycle Network, passing through the outskirts of Glasgow and Stirling, into Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The meeting point of the highlands and lowlands, the area is home to all manner of picturesque scenery, from numerous lochs (including Loch Lomond, the largest in the country and the park's eponym), to soaring peaks, rolling hills, and scenic forests, and we'll enjoy some spectacular views before reaching our destination, the small hamlet of Ardchyle.

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Day 8 - Ardchyle to Fort Augustus (91 miles)

Day 8, is packed with all manner of breathtaking views! Heading west from Ardchyle, through dramatic Western Highland landscapes, we'll cross the narrow straight between Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe using Ballachulish Bridge.

From there it's north along the banks of Loch Linnhe where we'll enjoy stunning views of Ben Nevis, cut through Fort William, past two more lochs, before reaching our destination, Fort Augustus, a charming highland village perched on the edge of Loch Ness.

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Day 9 - Fort Augustus to Lairg (96 miles)

From Fort Augustus, we'll head north, following the Loch, and its subsidiary, the River Ness, to Inverness. We'll pass through the heart of the city, and enjoy spectacular views over the neighbouring firths of Beauly and Moray from Kessock Bridge, before continuing north all the way to Loch Shin, where we'll stop in the village of Lairg and rest for the night, ready for our final day of riding.

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Day 10 - Lairg to John O’Groats (100 miles)

It's our final day, and after breakfast, we'll head north, crossing through the rugged landscapes of the Northern Highlands, to Scotland's northern coastline. Our final stretch is relatively flat and packed with almost unadulterated views over the North Sea, as we head east to our destination. We'll reach John O’Groats in the late afternoon, revel in our achievement's euphoria as we gaze out over the open sea, and enjoy a well-deserved victory meal and drink!

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Departure day

After spending the night in John O' Groats, we will say our goodbyes and depart to our drop off point in Inverness.


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This is a difficult challenge designed for recreational cyclists and above. In addition, we provide all users with an 8-week plan to help them achieve their base level of fitness.

We provide pick up spots from Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. Other pickup points are available upon request.

We try our very best to ensure every participant completes the challenge. However if for any reason you are unable to finish, we have a safety vehicle on hand to pick you up.

No, participants will need to provide their own. We are able to assist with rental partners though upon request.

A hard-earned victory meal (and beer) and a' John O'Groats to Lands End Cycle' medal to take home and cherish.


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