St Oswald’s Way is a long-distance walking route, exploring some of the landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland. The route links some of the places associated with St. Oswald, the King of Northumbria in the early 7th Century, who played a major part in bringing Christianity to his people.
From Holy Island in the north, St. Oswald’s Way follows the stunning Northumberland coast, before heading inland across beautiful countryside to Heavenfield and Hadrian’s Wall in the south, covering a total distance of 97 miles (156 km). On the routes you will find castles, coastline, islands, scenic river valleys, hills, attractive villages, forest and farmland on your walk.
Find out more about the St Oswald’s Way here.