St Cuthbert’s Way threads its way through the Scottish Borders and Northumberland landscape, joining together places associated with the 7th Century Saint of the same name. St Cuthbert is the patron saint of Northern England and is credited with the spread of Christianity throughout the area. Beginning at the age of sixteen, he walked these same farms, woods, and moors to minister to people where they were.
On our St Cuthbert’s Way walking holiday you will visit a number of the places associated with St Cuthbert. You’ll begin in the market town of Melrose in the Scottish Borders and finish with a memorable walk over the causeway that crosses the coastal flats to Holy Island on Lindisfarne, one of Europe’s most famous Christian sites.
This route lends itself to visitors who are interested in religious history as the route passes close to graceful ruins of Dryburgh Abbey (where Sir Walter Scott is buried) as well as the cave where St Cuthbert’s remains were stored.
Pick one of the two walking holidays available as you follow in St Cuthbert’s footsteps along St Cuthbert’s Way.
You can choose from either 6 days walking or 7 days walking, depending on how far you want to walk each day and how much time you have to soak in the wealth of religious and local history along this route.
We have two holidays covering the whole route. You can choose from either 6 days walking or 7 days walking, depending on how far you want to go each day and how fit you are.
Accommodation at all stops could not have been better and all of the hosts were very kind and helpful. One of the best walks we have done and looking forward to planning next years trip already!
Susan Cruickshank, Scotland
St Cuthbert’s Way
Thank you so much for an excellent holiday. I hope that I shall still have the legs and the puff for another one next year.
David Frostick, UK
St Cuthbert’s Way
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