North Mull Cycle Loop

This route includes some spectacular coastal scenery and is an epic mini-adventure worth repeating time and again. Mull is easily reached by the train and ferry link in Oban. It's a wildlife paradise and animal lovers will want to look out for eagles and otters.

Tobermory Harbour, Isle of Mull

Route Summary

  • Distance
    65 miles / 105 km
  • Time
  • Ascent
    3,871 feet / 1,180 m
  • Difficulty Level
  • Terrain
  • Start Point
  • End Point
  • How to Get There

    The Isle of Mull is reached via ferry from the town of Oban. The ferry terminal is adjacent to the Oban railway station.

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Route Map


View of Duart Castle from the Oban to Isle of Mull Ferry as it approaches Craignure.

Duart Castle

An otter in Craignure Harbour, Isle of Mull.

Sea monster

Rainbow in the Sound of Mull.

Inauspicious sky

Wrecked wooden boats in the village of Salen, Isle of Mull

Wrecked Boats

View over the Sound of Mull looking toward the Ardnamurchan Peninsula

Sound of Mull

Tobermory Lighthouse on the Isle of Mull

Tobermory Lighthouse

Tobermory Harbour on the Isle of Mull.

Tobermory Harbour

Tobermory Harbour lit up at night.

Tobermory at Night

Along the B8073 near Treshnish, Isle of Mull

Near Treshnish

View over Loch Na Keal to Ben More, Isle of Mull

Ben More

View over the sea from the B8073

West Coast of Mull

Flowers along Loch Na Keal, Isle of Mull

Loch Na Keal

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