On one of Harris' ancient routes at the start of the mountain loop.
30 mins of solid climbing and Simon finds some grouse at the pass.
A superb switch-back descent takes us from the pass to the river crossing.
A good spot for lunch - not sure about the French-Scottish twist in the packed lunch though. Who packed the onion?!
Nick crossing the river, just before the friendly fire started.
On the other side, looking south to the Harris hills.
Deep in the wilderness and the only way is up.
A combination of riding and pushing leads us to the top of the pass and a fantastic descent.
A heavy squall comes through on the summit.
On the descent and the sun makes a welcome appearance. 3km of Hebridean magic to the floor of the glen.
Looking back up to the pass, still 2km of descent to go.
Patrick 'out there' on the final descent into Glen Miabhaig.
The new Eagle Observatory on North Harris - probably the best place in the British Isles to see Golden Eagles.
An evening trip to the beach followed. Nick cooks up some of Ireland's finest.
Luskentyre beach - superb even on a bad weather day.
Looking west over Taransay.
Day 3 and over the sea to Skye. The Quirang drainage bars claim their first victim.
Contemplating the way ahead through the amazing rock scenery of the Quirang.
Challenging riding on the technical singletrack with strong winds and heavy showers.
Through the hard section the team saddles up for the steep descent.
Simon heading for the east coast.
The final day and an epic loop around the Skye Cuillin. Crossing the pass at the top of the secret glen.
Some great riding on the descent with everyone showing good skills.
Nick lines up the corner and burn crossing.