In May we are heading back to Scotland to cycle the Outer Hebrides and then parts of the West Coast to Skye.
Sustrans Route 780, ‘The Hebridean Way‘, in their words, is a 150 mile on-road route through the remote and spectacular islands of the Outer Hebrides. Using ferries and causeways to hop between islands, this popular route begins on the Island of Vatersay and ends on the northernmost point at the Butt of Lewis.
We’ve left time to do the Applecross circuit, rather scarily depicted in a Guardian article .
Each day will bring numerous photograph opportunities, whatever the weather. The bulk of these you will find on our Smugmug pages, with a select few on this Blog.
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