Digital map showing the entire St Oswald's Way
St. Oswald was King of Northumbria in the 7th Century. He played a major part in bringing Christianity to the region. St Oswald's Way is a long-distance walking route which links some of the places associated with him and explores the landscape and history of Northumberland.
The route follows the spectacular Northumberland coast from its starting point at Holy Island (Lindisfarne) south through Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the River Coquet at Warkworth Castle. From here it turns inland, following Coquetdale to Rothbury. The final stretch enters Northumberland National Park and crosses high open country to Heavenfield and Hadrian?s Wall, a total distance of 97 miles (156 km).
Detailed mapping, full legend in English, French and German. National Grid.
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This map is available digitally for your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Price £20.49