- Location: Outer Hebrides
- Size: 222,400 hectares
- Terrain: Undulating road; mostly single lane
- Access: Ferry
- Height gain: 3460 metres
- Starting point: For the whole Hebridean Way start at Vatersay; finish Butt of Lewis
- Island Summary:
We are still trying to find a route around the outer edge of Lewis. Whilst we do this we’ve included the cycling route for the Hebridean Way.
- Route description:
Full details here
- Getting there:
The main Calmac ferry to Lewis is from Ullapool on the mainland, which takes 2 hours 45 minutes. You can also travel from Skye to Harris and drive north.
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