New Oban to Campbeltown cycle route map

14 June 2013

A new version of the Oban to Campbeltown cycle route map is now available from the Sustrans online shop.

This detailed map covers the incredibly beautiful 121 miles (195 km) of National Cycle Route 78 that runs between Oban to Campbeltown in Lorne, Knapdale and Kintyre on the west coast of Scotland. The route begins or ends in the engimatic coastal town of Oban with the inspring McCaigs tower overlooking the harbour. See the ospreys catching salmon in Loch Awe and visit the beaver reserve in Knapdale. This route covers an awe-inspring landscape with an abundance of wildlife and visitor attractions. 

What you get with this Sustrans Discover map:

  • Clearly mapped cycle routes on traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and traffic-calmed roads
  • Easy to read contours and route profiles
  • Visitor information and detailed routes through towns
  • A splash-proof pouch
  • Region-wide mapping

Find other maps covering cycling and walking routes in the UK on the Sustrans online shop. All sales directly support Sustrans' work.