Take in some of the most scenic views of the Borders country landscape when you undertake the St Cuthbert’s Way. We’ve created a Route Map that covers the route using Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 scale mapping, providing you with a map which uses OS’s classically detailed and easy-to-use walking mapping.
Traditionally the Route starts in the picturesque Scottish borders town of Melrose and continues along it’s 100km (62.5 mile) route to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the Northumberland Coast. The route is inspired by the life of St Cuthbert, a monk and bishop in the 7th Century, who lived and worked between Melrose and Lindisfarne. The route is littered with a great wealth of other historical sites and places of interest, as well as some beautiful scenery and landscapes. Truly there is something for everyone along the route.
Our Route Map can be supplied as a folded version for on-trail use, or as a flat edition for display on a wall in your home or at work, and is a great display piece for local businesses along the route.
You can purchase a map from our site at the link below:
The St Cuthbert’s Way map is an essential aid for anyone planning and undertaking the popular Borders route. The UK Map Centre has created a unique map-sheet which captures the area using up-to-date Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 scale mapping. The route is highlighted for easy navigation, and in common with all 50k scale mapping, other popular footpaths are marked alongside roads, towns and local tourist attractions. This route map covers the whole 100km (62.5 mile) route on one sheet.
The map can be supplied flat in various paper finishes or folded for on-the-trail active use.
St Cuthbert’s Way Route Map
1:50,000 Scale Ordnance Survey Mapping
Route Highlighted for easy navigation
Map Size: 144cm x 50cm – 18cm x 12.5cm Folded
Folded on-the-trail versions or Flat version with different paper options for display available
Free Poster Tube with flat maps
Additionally if you are looking for a custom map for your local favourite route, please take a look at our custom leisure map pages here:
What other towns or cities would you like to see mapped out on one of our Postcode City Sector Maps?
To keep continuity with the rest of the series the frame size would be the same as the rest of the range – 120cm x 84cm (landscape), also using the same District Mapping scaled to 1:25,000 overlaid with the Postcode Sector Data, giving a really clear and functional map for local planning, business use or
Let us know in the comments section and we’ll measure up and check out your requests.
The all new Compact Wall Map of Wales is a compact A1 size map of the country. The 1:400,000 scaled OS miniscale mapping makes for a clear and clean map while the different versions can clearly show the main communication networks, terrain detail, travel map data, postcode boundaries, or the administrative counties.
Each version of the map is available in two styles, colour or greyscale, and is also available in a number of paper finishes.
Handy glove box sized Ordnance Survey Road Map highlighting the West Highland Way walking route. The route runs from Milngavie to Fort William and travels through Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
UK Wall Maps are proud to present a 1:50,000 scale map of the Isle of Anglesey. This map has been created using high-quality Ordnance Survey mapping data, most commonly used for outdoor actvities maps. We’ve created this map of Anglesey as an ideal guide for those looking to head to the Island for the great outdoors or for those looking to sample the Isles’ many other treasures. This map can be used when out-and-about or will look beautiful displayed on your home or office wall.
The Isle of Anglesey Map is 124cm x 10cm, the folded version is 15cm x 25cm.
As always this map comes in a variety of paper finishes, standard paper folded, standard paper flat, satin photo paper, face laminated, double side laminated.
If you have a favourite outdoor place which you’d like to have a map for your wall, please let us know and we’ll get back to you with some samples and a quote.