A 37-mile (60km) hike will take place over four days (8-11 September) along the Triskelion Way, a pilgrimage trail created in 2016. The route crosses the Isle of Man through superb coast and hill scenery, linking the historic centres of Rushen Abbey, Peel Cathedral and Maughold.
Anyone is welcome to come along, for just half a day or the full journey. No charge is made. Ancient sites will be visited along the way, including keeills (early chapels), carved crosses and a holy well. In a spirit of pilgrimage, the event offers a chance to take time out for reflection, poetry, prayer and silence.
For people travelling to the Isle of Man, here's info on sea and air travel:
Thie dy Vea, a Christian retreat house in Peel, offers accommodation and meals for the duration of the pilgrimage https://www.retreathouse.im/
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