Saint Andrew's Way

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Start: Edinburgh
Grid Ref: NT257735
Distance: 73 miles (118 km)
 
Climbing: 2,115 metres
Walk time: 30-38 hours
Days: 5-7

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Saint Andrew’s Way is a long distance walk in Scotland which begins at St Giles Catherdral in Edinburgh and ends at St Andrews Catherdral in St Andrew’s, Fife. It is a popular medieval pilgrimage route which takes in some of the area’s most breathtaking sights, both natural and manmade. From Edinburgh the route makes its way to St Andrew's via the Fife of Firth, Forth Road Bridge, Inverkeithing, Dunfermline, Loch Fitty, Keltybridge, Ballingry, Vane Farm Nature Reserve, Scotlandwell, Munduff Hill, Harperleas Reservoir, Lomond Hills, Falkland, Kingskettle, Balmalcolm, Coaltown of Burnturk, Cults Hill, Chance Inn, Craigrothie, Ceres, Kinninmonth Hill, Drumcarrow, Denhead and Craigtoun Country Park.


Useful Links:
The Way of St Andrews
The St Andrew's Way
Wikipedia
Long Distance Walkers Association


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