The shortest route is by no means the best
The ‘End to End’ has been an iconic cycling challenge since before the Tour de France was even a glint in Henri Desgrange’s eye. It always has and always will be a true test of stamina and will. The reason it has stood the test of time as a challenge? The simplicity of going from South to North and the breathtaking variety of scenery it passes through.
We guide you from the rugged coastline of Cornwall to the rolling hills and valleys of the North of England right up to the barren majesty of the Scottish highlands. We don’t believe there is another event in the world that manages to string together such a range of moorlands, hidden green valleys, winding back lanes, stunning coastal roads and historic sites.
Explore the Classic, England, Scotland and daily stage routes below.
The full Land’s End to John O’Groats route. From the rolling hills of Devon and Cornwall to the majestic landscapes of the Scottish Cairngorms.
Classic and Plus 9-day route.
Past St Michael’s Mount, along the twisting road through Cheddar Gorge and across the Severn Bridge to the Cumbrian climbs.
Explore the stunning wilderness of the Cairngorms, cross the iconic Forth Bridge and finish above the crashing waves at John O’Groats.