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St. Cuthbert's Way

St. Cuthbert's Way

From £825 per adult

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April — November

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Experience the St. Cuthbert's Way - one of the most beautiful long-distance hiking trails in Britain. Along the way you will visit stunning places such as Melrose Abbey, the Cheviot Hills, Dryburgh Abbey and Holy Island.

St Cuthbert’s Way is one of the most inspiring and spiritual walking trails in Britain.  The route starts in the ancient town of Melrose, which sits on the border between Scotland and England, where St Cuthbert started his religious work in 650 AD. From Melrose the route continues eastwards towards Lindisfarne, better known as Holy Island – the final resting place of St Cuthbert.

St Cuthbert’s Way is so much more than a pilgrimage route. It also offers you an insight into the turbulent history between Scotland and England which existed in this area. Dating back to Roman times, the countries were divided into two with the erection of the impressive Hadrian’s Wall further south. However, more than anything else, St Cuthbert’s Way gives you the opportunity to experience an incredibly beautiful and diverse landscape, spectacular historic sites and abundant wildlife.

Contact details

Scotland Traveller
7 Howe Street
Edinburgh
Midlothian
UK
EH3 6TE
Starting
Melrose
Length
9
Days
Transport
Walking

Tour prices

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  • £825 Per Adult
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Prices are subject to change depending on season

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Tour company information

Scotland Traveller

Travel company with local knowledge and expertise based in the heart of Edinburgh. Competitive prices, efficient and friendly service. Self-drive tours, walking holidays, train tours, themed holidays and bespoke tours.

Opening times

Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: closed
Sun: closed

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