23rd - 28th September 2013
Melrose Abbey - Bowden - Newtown St Boswells - Dryburgh - Benrig Cemetery - St
Boswells - Maxton - Dere Street - Ancrum - Battle of Ancrum Moor - Peniel Heugh
- Jedburgh- Harestanes Visitor Centre - River Teviot - Monteviot House - Nisbet,
Roxburghshire - Cessford - OxnamWater - Littledeanless - Cessford Moor -
Cessford Castle - Morebattle - Kale Water - Mow - Town Yetholm - Kirk Yetholm -
Hethpool - Elsdon Burn - Yeavering - Humbleton Hill - River Till - Doddington-
Wooler - Beal - Lindisfarne (Holy Island) - Lindisfarne Priory - Lindisfarne
Castle - Farne Islands.
walk is named after Cuthbert, a 7th-century saint, a native of the Borders who
spent his life in the service of the church. He began his work at Melrose Abbey.
He achieved the status of Bishop, and when he died he was buried on Holy Island.
He was called a saint eleven years after his death, when his coffin was opened
and his remains found to be perfectly preserved.
Photos by Sean
McKay Click on a photo for enlarged version