Join one of our pilgrimages:
|TRIP DATES||AVAILABILITY||PRICE||SPACE LEFT|
|June 5, 2023 - June 13, 2023||Available||$1,500.00||
|June 5, 2024 - June 13, 2024||Available||$1,500.00||
|June 5, 2025 - June 13, 2025||Available||$1,500.00||
You are invited to walk this historic trail through the Scottish Borders and Northumberland countryside.
Follow St. Cuthbert’s Way through the pastoral route taken by St Cuthbert. He spread the Gospel through Scotland and northern England in the seventh century. Cuthbert started his ministry in Melrose, in about 650AD, which is our starting place. He later became Prior and eventually Bishop of Lindisfarne ( Holy Island ), where he died in 696AD, which is our final destination. His remains were taken from the island in 875AD after Viking raids. The relics were eventually laid to rest within a loop of the River Wear, subsequently becoming the site for the magnificent Durham Cathedral in the UK.
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The St Cuthbert’s Way walk begins in the quaint Borders town of Melrose with its magnificent 12th century Cistercian abbey. Our journey leads us over the Eildon Hills and through the delightful village of Bowden. We will follow the River Tweed, and see the Dryburgh Abbey. Our feet will take us down the Roman road of Dere Street and cross the River Teviot near Jedburgh. Yet another castle is in our near future as we continue along this way, the towering Cessford Castle one of several spectacular sites en route to the village of Kirk Yetholm.