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Pilgrim Trails

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Take a look at these guidebooks, as we celebrate St Francis on Sunday 4th October.

These fantastic trails can be your guide to a great walk.

Take time out from life's busy schedule, and allow yourself space to think and relax.

There's a wealth of interest along the way, whatever your beliefs.

 

The Way of St James - France

The Way of St James - France

This handy guidebook describes the 730km Way of St James pilgrim route from Le Puy-en-Valey in central France to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the Pyrenees. The camino route descriptions include the history of the pilgrimage, places of interest and accommodation. Suitable for all abilities but a basic level of fitness is required due to the distance.

 

 

The Way of St James - Spain

The Way of St James - Spain

Guidebook to walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, or Way of St James. A 778km trek through northern Spain from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela and onto Finisterre on the Galician coast. The camino typically takes between 4 and 5 weeks to hike. Guide to the Frances route, with maps and accommodation details.

 

 

The Northern Caminos

The Northern Caminos

Guidebook to the Camino del Norte (Northern Caminos) pilgrim route through northern Spain to the sacred city of Santiago de Compostela. Includes stage-by-stage descriptions to the Camino del Norte (800km), Camino Primitivo, Camino Ingles (116km route) and the Camino de Finisterre, and provides advice, information on pilgrim hostels and more.

 

 

The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 2

The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 2

An essential guidebook for anyone planning to walk the Via Francigena pilgrim route from Canterbury to Rome. Part 2 describes 940km of the pilgrimage from the Great St Bernard Pass to Rome. Contains all the planning information you need for your journey, including details of facilities and accommodation along the route.

 

 

The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 1

The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 1

The Via Francigena is an ancient pilgrim route that runs for 1900km from Canterbury to Rome. Part 1 describes the first 945km of the walk from Canterbury to the Great St Bernard Pass. Contains all the planning information you need for your pilgrimage, including details of facilities and accommodation along the route.

 

 

The Way of St Francis

The Way of St Francis

Guidebook to walking the Way of St Francis, Via di Francesco. 550km pilgrimage from Florence, through Assisi to Rome through Central Italy visiting key sites from the saint's life. Described in 28 stages, the guide to the month-long route includes detailed maps, profiles and information about all the shrines, churches and towns along the way.

 

 

St Oswald's Way and St Cuthbert's Way

St Oswald's Way and St Cuthbert's Way

This guidebook describes two long-distance trails through Northumberland and the Borders. St Oswald's Way is 97 miles from Heavenfield, near Hadrian's Wall. St Cuthbert's Way is 62 miles from Melrose. Both routes pass through the Northumberland National Park and partially follow the Northumberland Coast Path to meet at Holy Island.

 

 

Cycling the River Loire

Cycling the River Loire

The 1370km Way of St Martin cycling route along the River Loire in France, is described in this guidebook in 23 comfortable stages. It includes a dramatic approach from Orange in Provence to the source of the River Loire at Le Gerbier de Jonc, then a route alongside the whole river with its vineyards and castles to the Atlantic at St Nazaire.

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