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From the historic Isle of Iona to the famous ancient pilgrimage town of St Andrews, nearly 200 miles of diverse and breathtaking scenery, along remote coasts, across hills, through glens, or by quiet roads through friendly highland villages. Includes two ferry journeys.
Cyclists may have to dismount on certain sections. On Mull they are advised to consult the website of St Conan’s Pilgrimage Way for alternative bike –friendly routes.
We are extremely grateful to the organisers of St Conan’s Pilgrimage Way for their helpful advice.
Distance: Over 279 kms
Terrain: Very mixed including hilly and rough walking.
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