St Wilfrid’s Way

100-200 miles, England (N), Scotland

About 150 miles along famous trails, through diverse landscape and historic towns.

Starting from Hexham Abbey, dating back to 674 AD, the route goes north until it joins Hadrian’s Wall for a few miles until it meets the Pennine way and strikes north.

After 50 kilometres the route runs into a Roman Road nearly all the way to Jedburgh where it joins the Borders Abbeys Way to Selkirk. Then by track a few kilometres north to join the Southern Upland Way going west to Innerleithen where it meets a bike track all the way to Peebles.

Then after hill tracks and bike routes to Rosslyn Chapel, into the Pentland Hills and along the Waters of Leith to the centre of Edinburgh.

GPX file (zipped) for St Wilfred’s Way

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