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  1. Gerard Murdoch

    Camino Scotland

    You will really enjoy the West Highland Way, the Great Glen Way and to John O'Groats, that is some distance, and you wouldn't be disappointed with any of them. If you have at loose end next year,. Please check out a great ancient Pilgrimage walk from Glasgow to Whithorn. I must apologise in...
  2. Gerard Murdoch

    St. Columbia’s Way - Scotland

    Maybe they reckon, it's quite a difficult route. My own favourite is the Whithorn Way. http://www.whithornway.org/ This is a 149 mile Pilgrimage route with fascinating history. St Ninian was in Whithorn 397AD, which was about 150 years before St Columba. This route is walkable although under...
  3. Gerard Murdoch

    St. Columbia’s Way - Scotland

    I have not walked this one, but will be a Pilgrimage I hope to walk at some point. This is the link for the Way of St Andrew's web site that covers the St Columba's Way. Buen Camino https://www.thewayofstandrews.com/route/routes-and-photos/st-columbas-way/
  4. Gerard Murdoch

    St Andrew's Way, Scotland ...thoughts?

    I would agree, Guest House/Hotel accommodation after Girvan, are thin on the ground. There are camping sites, with clamping pods, near Barrhill. Most Pilgrims use the Taxi services to get picked up and dropped off at the beginning of their next stage. Directional road signs are now in place for...
  5. Gerard Murdoch

    St Andrew's Way, Scotland ...thoughts?

    There are many Pilgrim routes in Scotland. St Magnus Way. St Cuthberts Way, St Andrews Way Fife Pilgrim in Path and http://www.whithornway.org/ which is under construction. This 149 mile route takes you to Glasgow to Whithorn where St Ninian preached. Leaving the historic City of Glasgow this...
  6. Gerard Murdoch

    North Highland Way

    We have a companion guide book https://www.whithorn.com/walk-the-whithorn-way/ There are some hills but all manageable. I am like yourself, I love mountains, but coming down is worse Accommodation is fine until Girvan then you are into mostly rural were accommodation is less. The local folk...
  7. Gerard Murdoch

    North Highland Way

    The best of luck with your endeavours. We are involved with a Pilgrimage of similar distance. http://www.whithornway.org/ Buen Camino
  8. Gerard Murdoch

    Planning Continues Iona to Rome

    Good luck and Blessings on your future Pilgrimage. This one may be just out of your route, but still a wonderful Pilgrimage, on the paths to Whithorn. Where Christianity flourished in Scotland by St Ninian. http://www.whithornway.org/ Buen Camino.
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