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Land's End to John o'Groats (LEJOG) on the National Cycle Network Guidebook

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Land's End to John o'Groats (LEJOG) on the National Cycle Network Guidebook

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  • RB210


The official Sustrans guide to the iconic ride using traffic-free paths and quiet roads.

Take the scenic route! This fantastic ride from Land’s End to John o’Groats covers nearly 1,200 miles on the National Cycle Network, broken into 28 achievable stages using on-road and traffic-free routes and taking you through some of the most picturesque landscapes in England and Scotland. Explore the Forest of Bowland, Loch Lomond and the Cairngorms on some of the best cycle paths in the UK. This complete guide includes maps, directions, recommendations and much more to make your journey a happy and memorable experience, and we hope this book is the start of the ride of a lifetime.

Guide Features:

Includes detailed maps at a range of scales 1:10,000, 1:25,000 and 1:100,000 covering the complete route

Includes full directions, route profiles, what to see, accommodation and full colour photography of highlights on the route

The guide is a spiral bound paperback and folds back on itself to fit handily into a pocket or map holder. 120 x 170mm

Author: Sustrans

Published: Jan 2017

Pages: 220

Miles: 1173


Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Totally recommend everyone have a go at this lovely trip following this amazing route .
I cycled this rout on my trusty thirty year old bike plus basket at the end of April this year arriving in John o Groats on 4th of June I loved every mile mostly off road and on quiet lanes and tracks .i wasn't in a hurry as this adventure was a retirement treat the book was all I needed as the route was so well sign posted well done sustrans for providing such a wonderful network Review by Helen / (Posted on 03/08/2018)
Fundraising Cycle Ride - Lands End to John o'Groats
We completed the challenge as planned on 15th October. 1223 miles over 23 days with 68,335 feet of ascent (and descent!) and burnt 40,005 calories (according to Strava!)
Many thanks to everyone involved in the LEJOG guide book and those who assisted in any way in getting the route generally so well signposted.
Review by C / (Posted on 13/11/2017)