Cycling the Three Peaks Challenge

The cycle route of the National Three Peaks Challenge covers around 796km (494 miles) and around 4000 metres of ascent (13,200ft). There is no set route, and several options on the way.

Cycling through Glen Coe

The route can be cycled in either direction, with many quieter roads and National Cycle Routes available south of Tarbet, half way down Loch Lomond. From here north, the A82 is really the only option, and can at times be quite busy.

Particular highlights include the North Wales Coastal Route (Route 5) - from Chester and passing through Bangor, just ten miles to Llanberis and Snowdon - and crossing Windermere on the ferry (if you're not in a hurry).

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