We are asking for “pilgrim pioneers” to make sure the walking routes on our website are the best they can be. We are dependent on grass roots support and initiative by locals that love their land to maintain the pilgrim routes of Britain. As you can imagine, the state of footpaths and amenities change each year, therefore annual audits are required to keep a project like this one up-to-date.
Our website’s wonderful network of routes has been growing for almost six years now, and so it’s time for a spruce up… read our guide to test walking a route, fill in our Google form on each route page and we will be forever grateful, and may also want to work with you further in the future, if you are keen.
By stepping out onto these paths, you will get the satisfaction of trailblazing for many pilgrims who will get much joy from following in your footsteps.
A special Google Form feedback button has been added to the route webpages where you can give us tips about the condition of the paths, recommended loo or café stops, feedback on the route quality and possible variations and the ease rating of the route, and other practical details, with which we will then update the website.