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'Mission is to make routes available to walkers that were taken by monks in the 12th to 14th centuries either between Abbeys in the United Kingdom or from their own Abbey to their General Chapter meeting in France.'

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Rachel & Tony Maskill-Rogan

Visits to the Website502
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'Here we have collected ideas, support, advice and examples of best practice for churches seeking to be more open and welcoming to visitors, and to interpret and promote their building and social heritage or mission. They are examples of best practice, because they have been practised.'

Navigate the Website>>> Resources >>> Category 'Trails'
Visits to the Website1002
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'Brings together the travels of Scotland's Celtic Saints and Medieval traditions of pilgrimage with modern faith journeys. In time a network of Pilgrim Journeys will crisscross the whole of Scotland, encompassing many local routes and sites.'

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Scotland's Churches Trust

Visits to the Website532
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'A Walking Day is a type of church parade. Walking days are most common in the North West region of England, where they are an annual event for many towns and villages. In some rural communities in the North West they are known as Field Days, Gala Days or Club Days ... Non-church processions are often led by a young lady, who has been crowned the "Rose Queen" for the year. The Queen may be particular to a church but can represent the whole village too. Indeed, some Rose Queens and May Queens have festivals of their own ... '

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Visits to the Website252
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'Pilgrimages, pilgrim routes and routes of religious historical interest in the UK. Some of these routes are pilgrimages over 1000 years old whilst others are new routes visiting places of historically religious interests.'

Visits to the Website217
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'The beautiful Yorkshire countryside, with its gently sloping hills, valleys and amazing scenic views, is home to some of England's greatest abbeys. The Abbey Trail links seven of these historic buildings at Kirkstall, Fountains, Byland, Rievaulx, Lastingham, Rosedale and Whitby into a great long distance path with an ecclesiastical and historical theme.'

Distance (miles)116
Starting fromKirkstall Abbey
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The Abbey Trail by Clive Newsome (Sigma Press, 2003)

Visits to the Website678
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'Links up three famous Yorkshire Abbeys (Fountains Abbey, Jervaulx Abbey and Bolton Priory) as well as visiting three Yorkshire castles (Ripley, Bolton and Middleham).' Book obtainable from Dales Court Press

Distance (miles)103
Starting fromRipon Cathedral, Ripon
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John and Nancy Eckersley

Visits to the Website690
Views of 'Full' Record2248

'There are many ways to discover Suffolk's medieval churches but by bike or on foot you can savour the delights of the countryside at close quarters. There is a real sense of achievement to be had from walking or cycling between churches, quite apart from the gorgeous views on the way ... '

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Angels & Pinnacles A Celebration of Suffolk Churches

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Visits to the Website624
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'Bede's Way has been devised to link the twin Anglo-Saxon monastery of St Peter's in Wearmouth and St Paul's in Jarrow. Today the route follows a safe and enjoyable path through the Great North Forest, covering twelve miles of rich landscape, delightful seascape, rolling hills and meandering streams.'

Distance (miles)12
Starting fromSt Peter's, Monkwearmouth
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The Jarrow Team Ministry

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Visits to the Website709
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'A mile long walk along Leeds road in Bradford City Centre exploring the places of worship of different faiths.' Note that the Project Treasures Revealed has now ceased: further information should be available from Visit Bradford.

Navigate the Website>>> Bradford Faith Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromSt Peter's RC Church
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Casual Ramblers

Visits to the Website336
Views of 'Full' Record817

'The series of Church2Church Walks in Warwickshire offer the walker something uniquely different. Because the distances between churches are generally very manageable to walk, it is about taking your time to go from Church2Church, to enjoy and appreciate the countryside around and when finally, you arrive at the next church, to allow yourself time to have a look around and to enjoy and appreciate the stillness and peace that can be found in and around churches and churchyards.'

Distance (miles)156
Starting fromSt Andrew's, Church Street
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The Diocese of Coventry

Visits to the Website275
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'This web site is very much "work in progress" - as is the whole Cistercian Way Project. We started in 1998 trying to work out a way that we could walk round Wales, linking all the Welsh Cistercian abbeys, medieval and modern. This was part of the celebrations of the 900th anniversary of the foundation of the Cistercian order ...'

Distance (miles)602
Starting fromLlantarnam
Visits to the Website960
Views of 'Full' Record2180

'To be honest, something about the names Crich and Heage doesn't seem too promising. To a walker it's names like Bowfell and Crinkle Crags that grab the attention and whet the appetite. Crich and Heage are two Derbyshire villages, but they are set in lovely countryside in the transition zone between the lowlands of the Midlands and the higher ground of the Peak District. Crich is famous as the rather unlikely location of the major Tramway Museum for the country ...'

Distance (miles)13
Starting fromSouth Wingfield
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Where the paths meet ...

See also

Crich Walk [Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District] | Climbing up to Crich in Search of Cardale [AA Walks and Bike Rides]

Visits to the Website821
Views of 'Full' Record1642

'Trace the story of faith in Lancaster from Roman times to the present day through its rich heritage of faith sites and buildings.' ALERT Website Link changed from the original.

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromLancaster Priory & Parish Church
Walks described here by
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Churches and Sacred Sites [Visit Lancashire]

Visits to the Website786
Views of 'Full' Record1251

'A walk into the past, around the precinct of Eynsham Abbey. It was created in 2002 to mark the bounds of the former precinct, with carved stone from the abbey built into the engraved 'stations'.The Slideshow includes installation of a new Archaeological Trail ... '

Navigate the Website>>> Heritage >>> Eynsham Abbey >>> Abbey Heritage Trail
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromEynsham Abbey, Eynsham
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Eynsham Parish Council

Visits to the Website682
Views of 'Full' Record1345

'These self-guided trails combine the wonderful landscapes and scenery of the valley with the discovery of some of the county’s most important churches. They exhibit a wide range of architectural styles: Saxon at Headbourne Worthy; Norman at Bishop’s Sutton, Easton and St Cross; Georgian at Avington; late Victorian at Itchen Stoke.'

Navigate the Website>>> Itchen Valley Churches Trail [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
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Visit Winchester

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Visits to the Website616
Views of 'Full' Record1079

'The Walk takes in the villages of Addington, Adstock, Padbury, Hillesden, Middle Claydon, Botolph Claydon, Quainton, North Marston and East Claydon to reach Addington again and retrace to the finish. The route's highest point at over 500ft is near Woad and Quainton Hills.'

Distance (miles)27
Starting fromWinslow
See also

The John Schorne Peregrination Michael Mooney [John Merrill Walk Guides, 2009]

Visits to the Website524
Views of 'Full' Record1096

'Leicester has a history that is rich and diverse, but how do we begin to understand it? Our historic Churches can help us. They are important centres of interest, shedding a fascinating light on particular developments and events over the centuries. These Churches are here for you to visit them. Come as pilgrims, or come with an interest in religion, architecture, art or history.'

Navigate the Website>>> Download the Brochure [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
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GoLeicestershire

Visits to the Website509
Views of 'Full' Record1130

'The Low Furness Peninsula, a recognised Hidden Britain Centre, has shaped and been shaped by humankind for at least 3,000 years and the emerging history and archaeology add further mystery to the particular influences left by Druidic, Roman, Celtic, Viking, Puritan and Victorian faith builders and settlers in their time in this place. Few places in Britain can boast as much rural variety as this; miles of wild and diverse coastline to explore from the endless sands of Bardsea beach to the raw and atmospheric reaches of Roe Island and Piel Island. Inland, rich farmland, small hamlets and woods rise to reach the limestone pavements and heights of Birkrigg Common with its panoramic views of Morecambe Bay and of the nearby Lakeland fells.'

Starting fromLow Furness
Description from

Explore Low Furness

Visits to the Website630
Views of 'Full' Record1241

'This route passes through diverse landscapes connecting significant Christian and pre-Christian sites, creating a spiritual and cultural journey which offers opportunity for reflection and inspiration.'

Distance (miles)275
Starting fromLand's End
Description from

Richard Dealler

Area
Visits to the Website1059
Views of 'Full' Record2178

'A walk along the Meon Valley discovering the churches founded in the 7th century by Saint Wilfrid.'

Distance (miles)27
Starting fromTitchfield Haven National Nature Reserve
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Bridge Churches

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Visits to the Website893
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'Walkers' route through East Yorkshire, between the magnificent Minsters of Beverley and York, visiting Arram, Scorborough, North Dalton, Lockington, Millington, Great Givendale, Bishop Wilton, Full Sutton, Stamford Bridge, Kexby and Fulford ... It was established in 1980 by Ray Wallis of the East Yorkshire Area of The Ramblers.'

Distance (miles)50
Starting fromBeverley Minster, Beverley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website702
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'There are traditionally 5 main walks or Legs as we call them which are named after their associations with locations. Carlisle, Melrose and Lanark start in those towns. Haddington used to start in that town until it started in Edinburgh. Northumbrian was originally Newcastle, then Hexham, then settled on Northumbrian as it has always been a walk almost entirely in the county of Northumberland.' Held around the time of Easter

Visits to the Website306
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'This is an amazing new pilgrim and heritage way created for the 21st century, which starts in the market town of Todmorden in West Yorkshire and retraces the steps of St Paulinus until it reaches the historic city of York.'

Navigate the Website>>> Things To Do >>> The Paulinus Way
Distance (miles)87
Starting fromTodmorden
Visits to the Website781
Views of 'Full' Record1728

'This invitation to come on pilgrimage to Eyam comes from the church and people of Eyam because we would like to share our story and our village with you. That is why we have developed the Peak Pilgrimage – to help you have a wonderful experience of the Peak District National Park, then of Eyam, and also of God along the way ...'

Distance (miles)33
Starting fromIlam
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Eyam Parish Church

Visits to the Website316
Views of 'Full' Record857

'Long distance footpath linking St Winefride's Well at Holywell with Bardsey Island.'

Distance (miles)130
Starting fromHolywell
Visits to the Website942
Views of 'Full' Record1393

'Follow a medieval route from the shrine of St Swithun at Winchester Cathedral, weaving across the landscape by way of Bishop's Waltham and Southwick to Portsmouth in the footsteps of the Miquelots, pilgrims who made the long journey to worship St Michael in Normandy.'

Distance (miles)29
Starting fromWinchester Cathedral
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Visits to the Website850
Views of 'Full' Record1548

'Follow in the footsteps of a medieval priest as you walk along the ancient track known as the Priest's Way. It passes between quarries and across open fields with spectacular views along the way. The walk finishes near one of Dorset's most famous pubs, the Square & Compass. ALERT The Link has been changed from that originally used.

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromSwanage
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Visits to the Website753
Views of 'Full' Record1424

'Long Distance Footpath that joins Harby in Nottingham with Westminster Abbey.' Alert At Review, the original Website seemed no longer to be available.

Distance (miles)215
Starting fromHarby
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Keith Lane

Visits to the Website935
Views of 'Full' Record2729

'Signed walking trail connects key sites relating to Saint Patrick and Christian Heritage. It takes you through some of Northern Ireland’s most spectacular scenic landscapes before ending at Saint Patrick’s final resting place, in the grounds of Down Cathedral in Downpatrick. It incorporpares exisiting walking routes including the Newry Canal Way and Mourne Way.'

Distance (miles)82
Starting fromNavan Centre
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website538
Views of 'Full' Record1308

'To mark the Centenary of Rotary International in 2005, the two Rotary Clubs of Ripon, The Rotary Club of Ripon and The Rotary Club of Ripon Rowels, have produced The Ripon Sanctuary Markers, Sanctuary Way Walk that takes you along the ancient boundary of the Sanctuary Markers.'

Navigate the Website>>> Are there any Tours in Ripon? >>> Sanctuary Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromRipon
Visits to the Website1011
Views of 'Full' Record2445

'From Lincoln Cathedral to St Denys' Church, Sleaford. Brings together the rich history, heritage and local stories of the area. It has many beautiful artworks, churches, interesting landscapes and picturesque skies.'

Distance (miles)26
Starting fromLincoln Cathedral
Description from

artsNK

Visits to the Website666
Views of 'Full' Record1339

'A 36 mile (58 km) walk through delightful, rural West Cumbria and the magnificent scenery of the English Lake District ... If you can't spare the time for two weeks on Alfred Wainwright's Coast to Coast, or three weeks for the Pennine Way, then this three-day walk is for you.'

St Bega's Way: A Short Long-Distance Walk by Ros Downing (2008). Pilgrimage notes to take along on the walk are available from St Bees Priory.

Distance (miles)36
Starting fromSt Bees
Description from

Rosalinde Downing

Visits to the Website643
Views of 'Full' Record1367

'The St Birinus Pilgrimage takes place every year on the first Sunday in July. Hundreds of people from various Christian traditions assemble at Churn Knob, a hill 7 miles south-west of Dorchester where Birinus is said to have preached. From there the pilgrims walk cross-country to Dorchester Abbey for a packed and joyful united service in which local leaders of the Anglican, Catholic and Nonconformist churches take an active part.'

Distance (miles)11
Starting fromChurn Knob
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website345
Views of 'Full' Record1962

'Bridging the national border between Scotland and England, this inspiring 100km (62.5 miles) cross-border route links Melrose in the Scottish Borders, where St. Cuthbert started his religious life in 650AD, with Holy Island off the Northumberland Coast, his eventual resting place and his original pilgrimage shrine.'

Distance (miles)63
Starting fromMelrose
Description from

Ron Shaw

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1372
Views of 'Full' Record1538

'The route from Aberdeen to St Andrews forms the second part of an expanded route which starts at Tain (Gaelic: Baile Dubhthaich, "Duthac's town"), the shrine of St Duthac there being another former pilgrimage destination of some importance, hence St Duthac's Way.'

Distance (miles)91
Starting fromSt Mary's Cathedral
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The Way of St. Andrews

Visits to the Website802
Views of 'Full' Record1415

'This is the original route through Glen Affric which fell into disuse when the present public road on the north side of the River Affric through Chisholm's Pass was made in the 19th century. It is shown on Roy's map of 1755 as Road from Kintail to Inverness ...

'The original route on the south side of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin is now very difficult to pass due to forestry. Some intrepid surveyors have managed to hack their way through and poles were placed along the route some years ago, but these are unlikely to be easy to find.  However it is a great shame that the whole of this path is ignored for the difficulty in passing a relatively short stretch.  The views are apparently far better than those of the shoreside path.'

Distance (miles)25
Starting fromTomich
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website707
Views of 'Full' Record1675

'Pilgrimage route from Hinderwell in Yorkshire to Whitby Abbey. It visits eight Churches and Chapels all dedicated to St Hilda, as well as two other churches named after St Hedda and St Mary. Hilda was Abbess of Hartlepool and founder of Whitby Abbey, raised in King Edwin of Northumbria’s Court.'

Distance (miles)43
Starting fromHinderwell
Description from

British Pilgrimage

See also

St Hilda's Way [Whitby Deanery] | Walking St Hilda’s Way Nancy and John Eckersley (2015)

Visits to the Website307
Views of 'Full' Record714

'Gives a detailed guide to a newly developed long distance walk across Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, linking the two places most connected with the life of the ninth century Mercian Saint ... The trail is documented in a 60 page pocket-sized guide which gives clear directions, notes about historic sites on the route, an account of the legend of St Kenelm and tourist information ... St Kenelm's Way is a walk with the same starting and finishing points, but using a different route.'

Starting fromSt Kenelm’s Well, Romsley
Description from

John Price

Visits to the Website808
Views of 'Full' Record1745

'Throughout Europe there is a network of pilgrim routes which lead to one of the three most important places of Christian pilgrimage in the world - the Cathedral of St James in Santiago de Compostela, North West Spain. The St Michael's Way Trail is one of these routes ... The trail stretches from Lelant (near St. Ives) to Marazion (near Penzance) and stretches 12.5 miles/19.5 km.'

Navigate the Website>>> Where to Walk >>> St Michael's Way [PDF]
Distance (miles)13
Starting fromSt Uny Church, Lelant
See also

St Michael's Way [Cornwall Guide] | St Michaels Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Area
Visits to the Website726
Views of 'Full' Record1937

'Long-distance walking route, exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland ... Short Walks Around St. Oswald's Way.'

Distance (miles)97
Starting fromHoly Island
Description from

St Oswald's Way Association

Visits to the Website1050
Views of 'Full' Record1654

'Runs between Winchester, the capital of Saxon England, and historic Farnham. Whilst not tracing the original route of the Pilgrim’s Way, as much of this is now the busy A31, St Swithun’s Way follows some of the county’s best countryside paths.'

Distance (miles)34
Starting fromWinchester Cathedral
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Visits to the Website717
Views of 'Full' Record1484

'Brand new pilgrim route running through the heart of the Diocese of Oxford, which covers the three counties of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.'

Distance (miles)104
Starting fromRadcot
Description from

Diocese of Oxford

Visits to the Website547
Views of 'Full' Record1598

'Travel in the footsteps of St Augustine and discover the birth of Christianity in England in the beautiful Stour Valley from Ramsgate to Canterbury.'

Distance (miles)19
Starting fromEastbridge Hospital, High Street
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Visits to the Website608
Views of 'Full' Record1952

'Pilgrimage route which has been recreated between the cathedral cities of Chester and Lichfield.'

Distance (miles)88
Starting fromChester Cathedral, Chester
Description from

David Pott

Area
Visits to the Website806
Views of 'Full' Record2157

'Walking Day is held in high esteem by Warrington people ... Initially, it is understood that mainly members of the Church of England took part, but in 1857 the first record of Roman Catholic scholars joining in with the celebrations of Walking Day was reported in the Warrington Guardian. However, until 1908 the different religious denominations followed a separate route from the Church of England procession. Although in 1909 the same route was used by all denominations, the non-conformists and Roman Catholics did not assemble in Bank Park, nor take part in a march past the Town Hall. Eventually, in 1920 all participants in the procession came together to proclaim a joint acknowledgement of Christianity.' Held Early July.

Navigate the Website>>> Search 'Walking Day'
Distance (miles)2
Description from

Warrington Borough Council

Visits to the Website632
Views of 'Full' Record1451

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  328. South Shropshire
  329. South Somerset
  330. South Staffordshire
  331. South Tyneside
  332. Southampton
  333. Southend-on-Sea
  334. Southwark
  335. Spelthorne
  336. St Albans
  337. St Edmundsbury
  338. St Helens
  339. Stafford (Borough)
  340. Staffordshire Moorlands
  341. Stevenage
  342. Stirling
  343. Stockport
  344. Stockton-on-Tees
  345. Stoke-on-Trent
  346. Stratford-on-Avon
  347. Stroud
  348. Suffolk Coastal
  349. Sunderland
  350. Surrey Heath
  351. Sutherland
  352. Sutton
  353. Swale
  354. Swansea
  355. Swindon
  356. Tameside
  357. Tamworth
  358. Tandridge
  359. Taunton Deane
  360. Teignbridge
  361. Telford Wrekin
  362. Tendring
  363. Test Valley
  364. Tewkesbury
  365. Thanet
  366. The Scottish Borders
  367. The Vale of Glamorgan
  368. Three Rivers
  369. Thurrock
  370. Tonbridge Malling
  371. Torbay
  372. Torfaen
  373. Torridge
  374. Tower Hamlets
  375. Trafford
  376. Tunbridge Wells
  377. Tynedale
  378. Uttlesford
  379. Vale of White Horse
  380. Wakefield
  381. Walsall
  382. Waltham Forest
  383. Wandsworth
  384. Warrington
  385. Warwick (District)
  386. Watford
  387. Waveney
  388. Waverley
  389. Wealden
  390. Wellingborough
  391. Welwyn Hatfield
  392. West Berkshire
  393. West Cornwall
  394. West Devon
  395. West Dorset
  396. West Dunbartonshire
  397. West Lancashire
  398. West Lindsey
  399. West Lothian
  400. West Oxfordshire
  401. West Somerset
  402. West Wiltshire
  403. Westminster
  404. Weymouth Portland
  405. Wigan
  406. Wigtownshire
  407. Winchester
  408. Windsor Maidenhead
  409. Wirral
  410. Woking (Surrey)
  411. Wokingham
  412. Wolverhampton
  413. Worcester
  414. Wrexham
  415. Wychavon
  416. Wycombe
  417. Wyre (Lancashire)
  418. Wyre Forest
  419. York (City)

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