GPX file of Land's End to John o' Groats main route (LEJOG or End to End)

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Cycling UK

GPX file of Land's End to John o' Groats main route (LEJOG or End to End)

Cycling from Land's End to John o' Groats is also known as doing the LEJOG  or the 'end to end' is Cycling UK's most iconic route. We have been helping people ride the entire length of the UK for many decades. It is a challenge that many thousands of people take on each year for charity or a personal ambition, Cycling UK's LEJOG pack and forum thread offers up-to-date advice that will help you complete this epic ride.

This route does not seek out a quieter, more scenic route but is aimed primarily at those wanting to do the route relatively quickly. It uses a lot of main roads and should be less hilly. Confidence on busy roads essential. Travelling from Land's End to John O'Groats (or the other way) - an 'end to end' - is not at totally modern idea. Over the years, the trip has been done by many tens of thousands of people and in a number of amazing ways, however, it is a unique challenge and quite an incredible achievement.

Useful information: 
Land’s End: http://www.landsend-landmark.co.uk/
John O’Groats: http://www.visitjohnogroats.com/

Length 
971.0
Level of ride 
Experienced
Type of bike 
Road bike

Disclaimer

All routes are followed at a rider’s own risk. These routes are intended to be general guides: please observe all road signs, waymarks and other specific on-route instructions. Neither Cycling UK nor individual route authors can be held responsible for any errors or consequences that arise from using this route information.

Essentially: go out, be sensible, have fun.