A pleasant little
bimble in the countryside

Lands End to John O'Groats is the longest journey in the UK, so I thought I'd cycle it. The route we took was 988 miles (which I made up to 1,000 miles the following day).

If you want to get a sense of the trip without reading the blog, you can watch the slideshow above.

The cunning plan
Day 01: Lands End to Goonharven
Day 02: Goonharven to Dutson
Day 03: Dutson to Kennford

Day 04: Kennford to Bawdrip
Day 05: Bawdrip to Cambridge (the Gloucestershire one!)
Day 06: Cambridge (Gloucestershire) to Warwick
Day 07: Warwick to Nottingham
Day 08: Nottingham to Snaith
Day 09: Snaith to Borrowby
Day 10: Borrowby to Dinnington (by Newcastle airport)
Day 11: Rest day
Day 12: Dinnington to Norham

Day 13: Norham to Edinburgh
Day 14: Edinburgh to Perth
Day 15: Perth to Dalwhinnie
Day 16: Dalwhinnie to Rosemarkie
Day 17: Rosemarkie to Helmsdale
Day 18: Helmsdale to John O'Groats
Day 19: Topping up the mileage to 1,000

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