Adventure

Cycling The Hebridean Way: The Stats

I’m now in Glasgow and heading back to Yorkshire later this afternoon. Time to look back on the past two weeks. Here are some Hebridean Way statistics (including travel to / from the Outer Hebrides):

⁃ 550 km cycled

⁃ £20.80 average cost for accommodation per night

⁃ 13 days

⁃ 12 nights

⁃ 12 daily videos

⁃ 7 nights in the tent

⁃ 7 trains

⁃ 6 campsites

⁃ 4 beaches

– 3 museums

⁃ 3 shaves

⁃ 2.5 packs of spaghetti

⁃ 2 wild camping spots

⁃ 1 youth hostel

⁃ 1 hotel

⁃ 1 wooden camping cabin

⁃ 1 bar of soap

⁃ 1 paddle in the sea

⁃ 1 blackhouse

⁃ 1 set of standing stones

⁃ 1 refusal to fill water bottles

⁃ 0 mechanical issues (yet…)

⁃ Countless positive encounters with locals and fellow travellers & cyclists…

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Here’s the plan for my trip to the Outer Hebrides

…and here’s a podcast I made about cycling the Hebridean Way prior to setting off:

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