The Hebridean Way is a classic 185 mile cycle route, starting at Vatersay to the south of Barra, and finishing at the Butt of Lewis, crossing 10 islands, linked by ferries and causeways. Following the official National Cycle route 780, provide spectacular scenery and awesome coastlines. The start of the route is on the south of Vatersay, by the obelisk at the end of the village.
The route itself is fairly straight forward and follows the main roads north. The map on the left shows the general route through South Uist and also points of interest along the way. On most of the maps, we also give locations of supermarkets, cafes and shops that we recommend.