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This guidebook describes the long-distance trail of St Cuthbert's Way through Northumberland and the Borders. The route starts in Melrose and travels 100km (62 miles) through the Northumberland National Park to Holy Island. It also includes a description of the route from Holy Island up the coast to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Spring, summer, autumn, with temperatures at their highest in July; late autumn for birdlife; expect snow on higher ground in winter
Melrose, Jedburgh, Kirk Yetholm, Wooler, Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Berwick-Upon-Tweed
There are no special difficulties to encounter when walking St Cuthbert's Way, though a reasonable level of fitness is assumed. Keep an eye on weather forecasts when crossing the Cheviots. Crossing to Holy Island must be timed to coincide with low tide.
Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Lindisfarne Castle and Priory, Northumberland Coast AONB, Melrose Abbey, Jedburgh Abbey, the Cheviots, Northumberland National Park, Eildon Hills, River Tweed, Kirk Yetholm, Wideopen Hill, College Valley, Yeavering Bell, St Cuthbert's Cave, Scottish Borders