Reviews of St Cuthbert's Way

The reviews below refer to "St Cuthbert's Way" published by Rucksack Readers. To find out more about this book, click on its cover or Look inside its pages or visit its Gallery.

Reviewed in Walk Magazine

A colourful and eminently practical guide to the 100km/62-mile route from the abbey town of Melrose in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne ... handily printed on waterproof paper.

Summer 2010 issue, page 91

Excerpt from review in TGO

For me, this guide ticks all the boxes: it is easy to use, following the usual Rucksack Readers spiral-bound format; the text is clear and well written, and ... it contains much additional information regarding the area's rich history, landscape and wildlife; and it is very well illustrated.

All the practical information you might need regarding accommodation, services, public transport etc is included and there is a useful altitude profile of the route.

Roger Smith, co-founder of the original route, TGO June 2010 page 62

Printed book £11.99

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This guidebook was reprinted in April 2016 with many revisions, including mapping covering the Borders Railway to Tweedbank, and walking instructions from there to… more about St Cuthbert's Way »