The Fife Pilgrims Way

50-100 miles, Scotland

The Fife Pilgrims Way – 70 miles – 7 days Culross to Saint Andrews. Medieval pilgrims once walked this way, en route to the great cathedral of Saint Andrews, now a ruin. Breathe the free air of the Highlands and the Lomond Hills, as the green country of Fife reaches down to the open beaches of the Firth of Forth. Inverkeithing Hospitium and Dunfermline Abbey wait for pilgrims along the way, as do hidden gems like St. Drostan’s Church Tower, the Waterless Way, Ceres and St. Finglassin’s Well, at Kinglassie. A week of pilgrimage in such fine surroundings can wipe away the stresses and strains of modern life – and let the world shine through anew.

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