Produced by Sustrans and Pocket Mountains. The official guide to National Cycle Network Route 7 from Carlisle to Inverness; now fully updated for 2010.
An epic 692km (430 mile) adventure from Carlisle, in North Cumbria, to Inverness, at the northern end of Scotland's Great Glen; The Lochs and Glens cycle route is one of the Scotland's great long-distance rides, taking you over the border from England, through some of the finest scenery in Scotland, to finish dramatically in the capital of the Highlands.
The route, part of the National Cycle Network, travels along the Solway Firth and Ayrshire coastlines, through the remote Galloway Hills, the rugged peaks of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, the wild moorland of the Cairngorms, to link the cities of Carlisle, Glasgow, and Inverness.
In this guide, you'll find everything you need to plan your long-distance journey, with shorter route sections and detours for families and cyclists looking for fun days out. Includes accommodation and bike shop information.
Paperback, 96 pages.
Author: Fergal MacErlean
Published Date: 2010