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:
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:
Or you can contact us about making a custom map with a route added here:
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