GRADE 1: Beginner
Daily distance: approx. 10 – 20 miles / 16 – 32 km
itineraries are perfect for beginner cyclists, families or explorers eager to sight-see along the route.
Expect plenty of time to relax along the way thanks to short-mileage days, with barely a hill in sight!
GRADE 2: Easy
Daily distance: approx. 15 – 25 miles / 24 – 40 km
With longer-mileage days, these itineraries will suit occasional riders who want a bit more of a challenge.
As they still steer clear of steeper or more frequent climbs, they're perfect for quick riding, so you can
still make plenty of time for lunch or a spot of exploration.
GRADE 3: Moderate
Daily distance: approx. 20 – 40 miles / 32 – 64 km
Longer daily distances team with a few challenging sections on these itineraries, ideal for regular cyclists
confident in their fitness. Exploration stops may require an extra rest day - but there should still be time
for a relaxing lunch!
GRADE 4: Hard
Daily distance: approx. 25 – 50 miles / 40 – 80 km
If you're looking to test your abilities as a keen cyclist, these are the itineraries for you. The daily
mileages aren't just high, they may also include tough or frequent climbs. Get ready to pedal hard and push
GRADE 5: Epic
Daily distance: approx. 50 miles + / 80 km +
For these itineraries, you're going to need previous experience cycling long distances over consecutive
days. Each is designed to test your strength and your stamina, with high mileage days and tough, frequent
*** Occasionally our itineraries can straddle between two levels of difficulty, such as
'Easy-Moderate' or 'Hard-Epic' etc. This can be for a number of reasons, such as if there is a wide
range of distances between the days of the itinerary, or if the distances are ‘Easy’ but the hills
and terrain involved are a bit tricky and more ‘moderate’ etc. If you require more information about
any of our itineraries, please do not hesitate to
contact us, and we will be more than happy to
offer advice and guidance.