The Northern Saints Trails, based on ancient pilgrim routes, position the North East as the ‘Christian Crossroads of the British Isles’, and bring the fascinating stories of the region’s Saints to life.
The six routes reflect the saint’s journeys and their connections with the North East and also recognise the significance of Durham Cathedral as a destination for pilgrims for centuries.
With route options available for all ages and abilities, whether you are looking to take on a walking challenge, get back to nature, discover stunning landscapes, uncover fascinating history, enjoy family time in the great outdoors or focus on wellbeing, be guided by the Northern Saints as you take a step back in time.
The Way of Life - Gainford to Durham City.
The Way of Light - Heavenfield/Hexham to Durham City
The Way of Learning - Jarrow to Durham City
The Way of Love - Hartlepool to Durham City
The Way of the Sea - Warkworth to North Shields
The Angel's Way - Seaton Sluice to Durham City
All routes can be downloaded from http://northernsaints.com/
The Northern Saints Passport allows visitors to collect stamps at attractions and places to eat and drink along the six Northern Saints routes. Look out for venues that showcase the passport icon on the Northern Saints Trails website. View the current participating venues, with new locations added regularly.
The Northern Saints Trails Visitor Guide is a 55-page full colour guide that includes route descriptions and maps of the six Northern Saints Trails.
Details of how to purchase the Northern Saints Passport and the Northern Saints Trails Visitor Guide can be found on the website - http://northernsaints.com/
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