Lands End John O'Groats Cycle | Adventurous Ewe

Lands End to John O’Groats Cycle (LEJOG)

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  • Travel the entire length of the UK on two-wheels via this carefully curated route
  • Starting at the south westerly point in England, Lands End, pedal to the most northern point on the UK mainland, John O’Groats
  • Ride along the rolling hills of Cornwall all the way through to the majestic highlands of Scotland
  • A fantastic journey full of history, wildlife, quaint villages and bustling towns 
  • The ideal way to explore our wonderful homeland in a way which has a low impact on the environment and brings you closer to local communities
  • Pedal with purpose as we support the fantastic work of the Snowdonia Society and Cool Earth.
  • Join us to roll on a wheely exciting and fully supported 1000 mile journey.


This is your chance to travel of the whole length of the island of Great Britain between two extremities in the southwest and northeast. Amidst uncertain times of international adventures, this is the perfect opportunity to explore our beautiful and diverse country under your own steam on two wheels.

Starting south at Lands End, your cycling route journeys past Cornish harbours, over the rolling hills of Devon, along the quiet country lanes, riverside trails and canals, through bustling towns and quaint villages, conquering challenging terrain near Cumbria and on to the classic Scottish scenery, with sparkling lochs, waterfalls, forests and castles before you wind your way to the most north easterly point of John O’Groats.

Join us for this wheely iconic British cycling adventure and experience the knowledgeable and friendly support of your Adventurous Ewe crew. 

Day 1
Lands End to Liskeard

Perched on the rocky cliffs of Lands End marked by the popular sign, it’s time to grab the obligatory photo before your epic two-wheeled journey begins. Leaving the southernmost tip
of England, your route winds along Cornish roads heading towards Penzance passing the famous St Michael’s Mount. The terrain is undulating with a few long climbs and some short, steep ones too before arriving in Liskeard for your first night.

Cycling distance: approx 75 miles


Meals: lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis).

Day 2
Liskeard to Taunton

Today your route crosses Dartmoor, one of the most challenging sections of your journey. You’ll cycle over rolling hills into Devon and through Tavistock, where you’re greeted with a steep climb onto Dartmoor itself, towards the village of Two Bridges. If the weather is kind, the views are spectacular, though it can often be foggy in this wild part of southwest England.

There is a great descent into Postbridge, with its well-known stone Clapper Bridge, and before another climb. Once you’ve reached the small town of Moretonhampstead the hardest climbs are behind you. Phew.

The road then winds its way to the edge of Dartmoor, where it’s downhill to Exeter; where a quiet road takes you in to Taunton for a well deserved rest.

Cycling distance: approx 87 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 3
Taunton to Chepstow

With now being in Somerset, your route travels along quiet, rural roads, enjoying the typically English rural scenery enroute to Cheddar. There’s a few warm up short hill climbs before you tackle the steep, stunning road that winds up through Cheddar Gorge itself.

Approaching the outskirts of Bristol and the Severn estuary, you’ll pedal along the Avon Gorge cycle path through Avonmouth and across the Severn Bridge marking your arrival in Wales! Good news….the hotel is only a short distance away.

Cycling distance: approx 74 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 4
Chepstow to Shrewsbury

A long day in the saddle today as you follow the rolling road through the forested Wye Valley, passing the beautiful ruin of Tintern Abbey. After following the River Wye
to Monmouth, you’ll leave Wales and enter back into England and head towards Hereford. Riding through the cathedral city with its red sandstone buildings before travelling along quiet, undulating country lanes through small villages into Shropshire and the lovely scenery of the Hope Valley. Re-joining the main road, it’s a short journey into the market town of Shrewsbury. 

Cycling distance: approx 94 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 5
Shrewsbury to Preston

Today sees a gentle cycle through the medieval town of Shrewsbury, with its Tudor centre lined with half-timbered houses, you then cross the River Severn which loops the town.

Heading north along a quiet country road your route travels through the small market towns of Wem and Whitchurch. The profile is mainly flat allowing the miles to float by quickly. It’s then into a quiet corner of Cheshire on main roads and the most built-up area of our journey. By-passing busy Warrington and Wigan you’ll pedal on fast flat roads into Lancashire and on to your hotel just outside Preston.

Cycling distance: 85 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 6
Preston to Carlisle

Another long day in the saddle will see you bid farewell to English soil. Leaving Preston early to avoid the morning traffic, you’ll pedal along quiet roads through Garstang and alongside the impressive Bowland Forest. The roads are primarily flat as you pass through historic Lancaster, cross into Cumbria, and pedal on through the market town of Kendal, renowned for its mint cake! The picturesque hills of the Lake District rise to your left as you head towards Shap Fell at over 1000 feet. It’s a long gradual climb. But for every uphill ride, there is a wonderful downhill glide, and this twisting descent takes you close to Penrith in Cumbria’s Eden Valley. Pedal past the castle and on to Carlisle for a well deserved nights rest.

Cycle distance: approx. 94 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 7
Carlisle to Kilmarnock

Continuing north to the border with Scotland, and pass the famous blacksmith’s forge in the village of Gretna Green. The journey is mainly along rolling, quiet back-roads with gentle climbs. The scenery is very picturesque with the lush green hills of the Southern Uplands to each side as you cycle northeast through small towns and villages.

You’ll pass through the small town of Sanquar, home to Britain’s oldest post-office, and a great old toll booth; look out for memorials and plaques in this region commemorating the Covenanters who rebelled against the religious dictates of the Stuart Kings in the late 1600’s.

Nearing Kilmarnock, the roads grow busier though it’s only a short journey to your hotel in the second largest town in Ayrshire.

Cycling distance: approx 94 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 8
Kilmarnock to Cairndow

A shorter journey today along quieter roads as you head west to the Firth of Clyde. Following the coast road via the quaint waterside town of Largs, witness fabulous views across the water to the Isles of Arran and Bute. The undulating road climbs and descends as you cycle along the coast to Gourock, for a ferry trip across the short strait to Dunoon. Continuing north you’ll pedal through beautiful forest and along the shores of Loch Eck. This section is mainly flat, until reaching the shores of Loch Fyne, where you’re greeted with a stiff but scenic climb to the top of the loch. You’ll overnight in the coastal hamlet of Cairndow.

Cycling distance: approx 72 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 9
Cairndow to Loch Lochy

Get ready for your second longest day in the saddle as you round the end of the loch, passing the world-renowned oyster-beds of Loch Fyne. Coming to Inverary, this marks the start of a long climb of the Highlands! Coming to Loch Awe, admire the ruins of Castle Kilchurn as you ride around the head of the loch. Heading west to the coast again, you’ll cross the iron bridge at Connell, with great views of Loch Etive to your right and the Isle of Mull across the sea on your left. The route now is stunning, as you follow the coast road with views of desolate beaches, hilly islands and peninsulas across the water. In good weather you can even catch a glimpse of the higher peaks inland. Skirting the forests of Appin, you’ll head north continuing along the coast to Ballachulish – where the road splits off to the famous Glencoe. Your route travels straight, crossing Loch Leven, and along the banks of Loch Linnhe, enjoying a much-deserved flat run into Fort William. In clear weather you may be rewarded with views of Ben Nevis and the surrounding high peaks. Exiting Fort William with a climb out of town towards Spean Bridge and the impressive Commando Memorial. The day draws to a beautiful close as you ride the undulating route alongside Loch Lochy. 

Cycling distance: approx 105 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 10
Loch Lochy to Evanton

Another day of stunning Highland scenery awaits as you head further north though much less mileage is needed in the legs today.

Following the Caledonian Canal to Fort Augustus, with its impressive ladder of canal locks, you’ll come to the foot of the famous Loch Ness. Cycling alongside the Nessie you’ll be treated to some beautiful views of this large, deep, freshwater loch. Passing Invermoriston and the ancient Urquhart Castle, makes for a picturesque backdrop against the darkness of the loch.

At Drumnadrochit you leave Loch Ness and head north again, uphill to Beauly, skirting the end of the Moray Firth, and on to Dingwall. Your hotel lies a few miles further north, in the small town of Evanton. 

Cycling distance: approx 57 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 11
Evanton to Thurso

The last and longest day of cycling! The terrain is challenging, bleak, and the roads are almost deserted! With plenty of miles in your legs now, you should be feeling up for the challenge – and the end is in sight!

Starting with a climb through moorland, you are treated to a great early morning view above Dornoch Forth, and a fantastic descent to Bonar Bridge. The road continues up as you climb for over 30 miles through the moors. There are a few flat stretches which help to break up the terrain and it’s not too steep; it can be quite exposed, yet the scenery is impressive. Look out for herds of red deer and birds of prey such as osprey or even the elusive golden eagle. You’ll pass several small lochs and some forested areas, and take time simply enjoy the scenery. From the top of the climb it’s a welcomed sweeping descent to the North Coast, where you’ll head east, witnessing glimpses of beautiful, deserted golden beaches. The roads are flatter now but this short section can feel very tough in strong winds. Passing the power station at Dounreay marks you approach into Thurso. This small town comes as a slight culture shock after all the miles you have covered on near-deserted roads in the last two days. Your hotel is a welcomed sight.

Cycling distance: approx 107 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 12
Thurso to John O’Groats

From Thurso the excitement builds as you pick up mileage signs for John O’Groats! A few miles from Thurso the route passes through the high sand-dunes of Dunnet Bay, with its beautiful white-sand beach and renowned birdlife. You’ll take a short detour onto Dunnet Head, cycling the narrow road to Scotland’s most northerly point, and enjoy claiming that achievement too! You’ll then return and pedal the remaining miles along a fairly flat road to John O’Groats and your Finish Line! After time to celebrate and sign the official End to End book, we’ll load up the bikes and head south to Inverness. A great Scottish town to celebrate your epic achievements with your fellow team-mates!

Cycling distance: approx 29 miles


Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: hotel (twin share basis)

Day 13

After a leisurely breakfast, it’s time to head home filled with an immense sense of achievement, a bunch of new like-minded friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

From Inverness there are great transport links throughout the UK.


Meals: breakfast only

Why go

Homegrown cycling adventure

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on local communities and livelihoods, we’re keen to promote adventures on home ground particularly to help support the local tourism industry here whilst also giving you the chance to get out and explore our incredible British landscapes in a safe and fun manner.

This multi activity has been designed to deliver an amazing experience and showcase the some of the most stunning landscapes across the UK whilst also giving you the chance to step out of your comfort zone and gain a greater understanding of the local environments and communities. Plus you can take pride in knowing you’ve traverse the entire length of the UK under your own pedal power.

Pre-trip Info

On booking this cycling adventure, you will receive all the exciting trip info via our mobile travel app.

You’ll have access to your itinerary, trip countdown, live updates, contact info, weather forecasts, know before you go trip info, kit lists and much more at the touch of a button 24 hours a day via your mobile phone. No more unnecessary use of reams of paper to benefit the environment and the need of carrying around documents with you. A’ppy days.

Pre-trip Support

With being a small family business we pride ourselves with providing personal, professional and friendly service. We appreciate that everyone has different levels of experience and reasons for wishing to embark on this iconic cycling journey and therefore require varying levels of support and guidance. We’re here to help you every step of the way from the moment you join the flock all the way through to completing the challenge and beyond.

Jim and Sue’s knowledge and expertise stems from dozens of years of travelling and exploring the UK in order to fully support you in the lead up to your adventure plus their huge passion for two wheeled travel especially the length of the UK.

Safety and Well-being

Adventurous Ewe puts the safety and well-being of you, our leaders & crew and the communities we visit at the centre of all our operations, always. Your safety and well-being is our top priority.

Our Lands End to John O’Groats Cycling Challenge requires individual preparation as this bike adventure is designed to take you out of your every-day comfort zone and achieve something amazing.

Rest assured we have a thorough Safety Management System, indepth risk assessments and risk management systems in place together with new health and well-being procedures.

For more info, please visit our Safety and Well-being page. 

Top tips
  • Train in your cycling kit in varying weather conditions so you know your kit is both suitable and comfortable for your trip. Make sure you include some good hill training including short steep climbs, long climbs and continuous mileage on the bike
  • Ensure your bike is set up correctly. Speak to a specialist at your local bike shop if you are unsure
  • Have your bike fully serviced before this trip
  • Get you butt used to being in the saddle for consecutive days of cycling
  • Be self sufficient and ensure you have everything you need with you on the bike ie. puncture repair kit, spare inner tubes, snacks, electrolytes, mobile phone, bike light/s, etc.
  • Know how to change a puncture. The crew will be there to help if you experience more technical bike issues
  • Be fully aware of the Cycling Highway Code
  • Have two bags – a small bag to leave in the support vehicle with any additional items of clothing, spare bike parts, snacks etc. and your main luggage/travel bag which will be transferred from hotel to hotel
  • Bring your own facemask for travel and hand sanitiser (essential)
  • Bring your own water bottles that you can refill at the checkpoints and avoid plastic bottles


Adventurous Ewe Leaders and Crew

You will be accompanied by certified Adventurous Ewe Cycle Leaders, Bike Mechanic and Support Crew. Our Leaders are first aid qualified and have extensive experience in leading cycling trips throughout the UK. They will be ultimately responsible for the running of the itinerary and the safety of your group.

There will be a support vehicle accompanying the group together with a bike mechanic. All the crew are passionate about cycling and are there to actively help ensure you have a great two wheeled journey the length of the UK.

Leaders and Crew will carrying full safety equipment and first aid kits with them at all times. Please note, these kits are for emergencies only so please come prepared with your own personal first aid items. The Leaders and Crew will also be in constant radio communication with the vehicle drivers throughout your adventure.

Group Size

We pride ourselves in small group travel to minimise the impact on the environment, to maximise your safety and well-being and to make your experience more authentic.

The minimum group size for the Lands End to John O’Groats Cycling Adventure to run is 12 people and the maximum group size is 20 people.

You are most welcome to join this trip as a group of friends, family, colleagues, a private bubble or as a solo traveller. You are also welcome to use this trip as a fundraiser for the charity of your choice.

If you have a group of over 12 people, we would be more than happy to run a private trip for your team, your charity or your company.

For any further info or to chat about running a bespoke trip, we’d love to hear from you at or call 01492 588 069.

Group Management

This cycling challenge is a team adventure and not designed to be an individual competitive race. You are welcome to cycle at a pace that you are comfortable with as you will have a GPX file of the route to follow. There will be a cycling leader/s accompanying the group and the support vehicle usually travels at the rear of the group. There will be checkpoints will people can rest and regroup.

We encourage team spirit and support of each other to ensure everyone has the best opportunity to complete the challenge and enjoy the journey along the way too.

These adventures are a fantastic way to meet like-minded people and share an incredible adventure whilst being accompanied and supported by friendly and experienced Adventurous Ewe Leaders and Crew.

Level of Difficulty

The Lands End to John O’Groats Cycle is graded as ‘Tough/High’ and preparation is key to help you get the most enjoyment and reward from this trip. A good level of fitness and endurance is required in order to complete long consecutive days in the saddle.

A cycle training programme will be provided and it is strongly recommended that your training includes some good hill climbs and get your butt used to being in the saddle. It’s an incredible journey and we want to be sure you’re ready to enjoy it.


A bespoke cycle training programme will be provided when join the team for this adventure to help you with your preparations.

We also have exclusive offers with our Training Partners and Communities – Her Spirit and the Bath Kettlebell Society. For more info, please visit our Training and Preparation page.

The more you are prepared, the more you will enjoy the challenge.

Our motto is: Train hard, smile harder and enjoy the journey!


A full kit list will be provided when you join this cycling adventure together with an exclusive Adventurous Ewe discount code for independent outdoor retailers Joe Brown, The Climbers Shop and ashmei athletic apparel where sustainability meets performance.

We strongly recommend a road bike or touring bike in the first instance for this journey or a hybrid bike. Only use a mountain bike, if you are used to long distances on a MTB. We would recommend you fit road tyres and perhaps bar ends to give a more comfortable cycling position.

A hire bike and helmet can be provided at an additional cost of £240 per person (equates to £20 per day). Rest assured any equipment that we supply will be hygienically cleaned and sanitised.

Exclusive Kit Discount Codes

To help you get the very best from your two-wheeled adventure we will provide you with an exclusive Adventurous Ewe discount code to use in independent UK outdoor retailers Joe Brown / The Climbers Shop and ashmei athletic apparel, both online and in store. They offer a large choice of kit that the staff themselves use and they pride themselves on sharing their experience and knowledge of equipment so you can choose the right gear to suit you and the event your cycling trip.


Despite this trip being held in the summer months, the weather in across the UK can change rapidly so it is essential that you are prepared for all conditions including rain, wind and heat. In the week leading up to your trip we recommend checking the Met Office website. You will also receive weather updates via our mobile travel app.

Please note, the Leader/s reserve the right to change the itinerary at any time should the conditions require it as your safety and well-being is our top priority at all times. In these circumstances we will make the best alternative arrangements possible that maintain the integrity of the original itinerary.


12 nights hotel accommodation are included as part of this trip. We usually stay in hotels or guesthouses of a 2-3* standard. Standards may vary between the hotels but they are generally comfortable, clean and convenient for our route. Hotels are often on the outskirts of towns to minimise unnecessary extra mileage and to avoid traffic.

If you would prefer a single room please let us know asap and we will make the arrangements for you dependent on availability. There will be an additional cost for this room dependent on the hotel or guesthouse, therefore please get in touch with us for further info at

Getting there

You will need to make your own way to the start of the challenge in at Lands End. We highly recommend staying the night prior to the start of your challenge in Cornwall. A transfer can be provided from Penzance to your accommodation if pre-booked with us one month in advance of the trip.

The cycling challenge will finish at John O’Groats and you will be transferred to Inverness to overnight and enjoy a celebration dinner. The following day you will need to make your own arrangements to return home from Inverness.

As part of our Responsible Travel Policy, we recommend catching a train to and from the start of this cycling journey as opposed to flying in order to reduce carbon emissions.

Further info will be provided when you sign up for this trip.

Food & Drinks

Meals are provided as outlined in the itinerary. If you have any dietary requirements or food allergies, please let us know. We aim to support local businesses and will source food locally. Lunches will be in restaurants along the route and breakfasts & dinners are usually eaten at the hotel. Snack-stops and water refills will be provided enroute each day, however we strongly recommend you bring your own favourite high calorie snacks, electrolytes and any recovery drinks you may wish to use.

Please ensure you have the capacity to carry a minimum of two water bottles with you on the bike (two bottle cages on your bike is ideal) to refill your water bottles at the checkpoints to avoid the need of purchasing plastic bottles. Alternately, if you are happy to cycle with a small day-pack, you could also bring a camelbak/water bladder to refill.

Payment Info

Deposit: £295 per person is required on booking.
Remaining balance: £1550 per person is due for payment no later than 4 weeks prior to the trip start date.

Monthly payment plan
A monthly payment plan can be arranged for this trip. Please contact us for more information or to set up your plan. Simply email or call 01492 588 069.

Free date changes
You can change your departure to a later date. We’ve added extra 2021 and 2022 dates to choose from, or you can request a new date that works for you or organise your own 
private bubble trip.

Flexible deposit
You can transfer your deposit to another available trip or hold your deposit on file indefinitely.

Convert it to credit
Save it for later. This, along with all payments, is 100% financially protected.

Get a refund
Being a small family business, we pride ourselves on personalised customer service and offer full

Cancelled trips
If you book on a trip that we are forced to cancel due to the pandemic, you will have the option to join another trip at a later departure with no admin costs or receive a full refund or credit note (excluding flights or insurance payments as these have their own booking conditions directly with the supplier).and prompt refunds.

If you choose to cancel your trip within 30 days of departure despite no official advice against travel
We respect your decision if you no longer wish to travel regardless of the destination or official advice. If you choose to cancel your trip, we will happily make those arrangements for you though please note, if there is no F&CO advice against travel, our standard cancellation terms will apply.

You are welcome to fundraise for a charity of your choice if you wish to do so. All sponsorship monies are to be sent directly to your chosen charity.

Stay Connected

All your trip info will be sent to you through our mobile travel app which is free to download. You will receive an email from Adventurous Ewe with your personalised log in code for this app.

For the latest and greatest from the land of adventures, simply follow us at:

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You’re most welcome to use the hashtags
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Your Adventurous Ewe Leader/s and Crew will have a mobile phones and radios communications in case of emergencies. The team are trained to deal with these situations. Please ensure you listen to your Leader during these times and refrain from putting any posts on social media. Should you find yourself unable to continue with the trek, your Leader and crew will make the necessary arrangements. Depending on the situation, you will be met by the support vehicle (depending on access) and you will be transferred back to your accommodation or nearby medical facility as required. Your Emergency Contact at Adventurous Ewe HQ is Jim Young on 07747 346 588.

Our Charity Partners

Snowdonia Society
Locally, we help support the vital work of the Snowdonia Society who since 1967 continues to work tirelessly to ensure that Snowdonia is well-protected, well-managed and enjoyed by all.

Cool Earth
We are very excited to have teamed up with leading climate change charity Cool Earth, who share our mission to protect the planet’s precious environment in a sustainable manner. The future of rainforest protection is where everyone makes a difference to climate change! We invest a % of our revenue into supporting critical conservation projects around the world through Cool Earth. You are most welcome to help make a difference too by sparing a few pennies. Please give what you can and help save the world’s rainforests today by clicking here. Just £2.50 will save 10 trees and lock up 10 tonnes of CO2. Together, we can all make a difference in helping preserve this precious and wonderful planet. Thank-ewe

Departure & Return Duration Availability Deposit Total Cost* (*Total cost includes the deposit)
Aug 05, 2024
Aug 17, 2024
13 Days Available £295.00 £1985.00 Book Now
Sep 16, 2024
Sep 28, 2024
13 Days Available £295.00 £1985.00 Book Now

What's Included?


  • Personalised event support in the lead up to your trip from Adventurous Ewe
  • GPX file of the route
  • Cycle training programme
  • Discount on personal kit from Joe Brown, The Climber’s Shop and ashmei athletic apparel both in shop and online
  • Trip info supplied via mobile travel app, Vamoos, containing all the info you need to know before your challenge
  • Digital trip briefing 
  • Public liability insurance
  • Risk assessment and emergency management planning.


During your trip:

  • Cycle leaders, support crew and bike mechanic
  • Support vehicle and luggage transfers
  • Full back-up support including first-aid qualified staff and first-aid supplies
  • Entrance permission to national parks
  • Snacks and water station checkpoints
  • 12 nights accommodation (twin share basis)
  • Meals per your itinerary 
  • Transfer from the finish to Inverness
  • All event management before, during and post trip


What's Not Included?

Can be added at an additional cost

  • Hire bike and helmet including delivery, hybrid bike hire and collection at a cost of £240 per person
  • Single room supplement (depending on availability)


Not included

  • Bike & travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Clothing and equipment listed on your Kit List including cycling helmet (mandatory)
  • Getting to the start and from the finish of the trip
  • Accommodation the night before the start of the trip in Cornwall
  • Any costs incurred with leaving the trip early, ie. accommodation, travel, etc.
  • Personal spending money.




Sustainable and Responsible Travel

Adventurous Ewe is committed to delivering trips in a responsible and ethical manner with sustainability at the core. We respect and aim to operate our adventures to benefit local people, their economy and the environment!

Some of the sustainable features embedded in our Lands End to John O’Groats Cycle are:

  • We only operate with small groups which have less impact on local communities and the environment and give you a more authentic experience
  • Use local crew who are qualified cycling leaders and extremely experienced, passionate and knowledgeable
  • We do not use any single use plastic and refill water bottles and flasks to avoid the need to purchase bottled water
  • We stay in locally owned accommodation wherever possible
  • Our meals are taken in local cafes and restaurants to support the local community
  • Encourage our suppliers to adopt more sustainable practices and also choose suppliers who already have greener practices in place
  • We encourage you to travel to and from Lands End to John O’Groats via train as opposed to internal flights in order to reduce carbon emissions
  • Any route markers that are used are taken down the same day as the ride and reused as part of our leave no trace ethos
  • Where possible, our Leaders collect any rubbish enroute
  • We recycle and reuse wherever possible
  • We always operate by our ‘Leave no trave ethos’ – Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but boot-prints, keep nothing but memories
  • By taking part in this trip you are helping us support the climate change charity, Cool Earth, and local environmental charity, the Snowdonia Society.
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