Less than 35 miles per day, minimal to no hill climbs.
A relaxed experience. Novice and near-novice friendly. Also suitable for experienced cyclists who prefer a leisurely style of riding.
25 to 45 miles per day, some hill climbs.
Still relaxed and leisurely but with two or more moderately intense hill climbs each day. Suitable for novices and near-novices with a good level of fitness looking to move to the next level and experienced cyclists.
Take a look at Escape the City to the Chiltern Hills.
35 to 55 miles per day, multiple hill climbs, physically challenging.
A moderately intense physical challenge. Varied elevation throughout with multiple hill climbs. Suitable for experienced cyclists comfortable with full day rides of 40 to 50 miles.
40 to 65 miles per day, regular hill climbs (some steep), very challenging.
A challenge ride for the experienced cyclist. Multiple challenging climbs, some of them steep. Suitable for regular riders who want to push themselves. Some training and preparation recommended.
Take a look at Escape the City to the Yorkshire Dales.
More than 70 miles per day, for fit, highly experienced cyclists and sportive riders only.
Not for the faint hearted. Suitable for very fit cyclists who love to push themselves. Significant training and preparation recommended.