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Offcomers Hebridean Way

Offcomers Hebridean Way

The Hebridean Way, Cycle Route, is a 185 mile journey along the length of the Outer Hebrides. It crosses 10 islands, passing some of Britain’s most dramatic beaches and stunning ancient sites. The human and natural history are fascinating. The culture of the islands is very special. If you haven’t visited…you should. And a bicycle is the perfect way to travel around them!


The guidebook contains all the information you need to plan your trip:

  • Route descriptions
  • 1:50,000 OS maps
  • Full listings for accommodation and refreshment providers
  • Information about history, natural history and points of interest
  • Suggested detours and walks
  • Getting to and from the route, bike businesses etc


The Hebridean Way walking route is a 156-mile journey from Vatersay to Stornoway along the Outer Hebridean chain. It takes in 10 islands, 6 causeways, 2 ferries, loads of beaches and wild moorland. There’s loads 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 walks.


The Official Guide to Walking the Hebridean Way, includes loads of 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
  • 1:50,000 OS maps with facilities marked
  • Accurate route descriptions
  • Information about points of interest along the way
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