Whether you are on foot, two or four wheels, doing it solo, part of a team, for charity or a lifetime personal goal, the ultimate endurance test in the British Isles is the Land’s End to John O’Groats journey (also known as LEJOG). It’s the furthest distance you can travel and the best way to see the country.
CYCLING FROM LANDS END TO JOHN O’GROATS
- A typical day consists of 80 to 110 miles and an average of 3000ft of ascent.
- Route dependent, it’s around 1000 miles in total, taking between 9 and 14 days.
- The official record for a rider on a conventional bike is 44 hours, 4 minutes and 20 seconds!
WALKING FROM LANDS END TO JOHN O’GROATS
- Off-road walking takes two to three months taking in 1200 miles!
- The first recorded End to End walk was in 1871 by the Naylor Brothers.
Natural Retreats Concierge will be able to help you plan all aspects of your End to End experience, from suggesting the most scenic and safe route, to booking accommodation along the way.