The Forth to Farne Way

1 week, North East England, Yorkshire & The Humber, Scotland

The Forth to Farne Way – 72 miles – 7 days – North Berwick to Lindisfarne. The Forth to Farne Way is a pilgrimage route that embodies the long and profound relationship between the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, the County Palatine of Durham, and the Bishopric of St Andrews. Weaving together existing long-distance footpaths, and linking together holy places of natural and human creation, this lengthy route encompasses some of the best countryside that Northern Britain has to offer. Beginning from the lands once owned by the well-endowed nuns of North Berwick, you head south from the misty reaches of the Firth of Forth, and tread carefully along the North Sea Coast, crossing the river Tweed at Berwick, before being welcomed onto the sands of the Farne Islands at the end.

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