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St Oswald’s Way is a 97 mile long trail between Holy Island and Heavenfield. The trail is divided up into six sections, making your route easier to plan. Ranging from coastline beauty in the east to rolling hills in the west, you are taken through some the best landscapes Northumberland has to offer.
As the name suggests, the route incorporates some of the places associated with St Oswald, King of Northumbria in the 7th Century, who played a major part in bringing Christianity to his people. There is plenty of accommodation along the route and even more attractions, ensuring you get the most out of the trail.
You will find castles, coastline, islands, scenic river valleys, hills, attractive villages, forest and farmland on your walk. The route links some of the places associated with St Oswald, the King of Northumbria in the early 7th C, who played a major part in bringing Christianity to his people. St Oswald's Way is divided into 6 sections, each with its own map from north to south.
St Oswald's Way
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