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Fife Pilgrim Way

Fife Pilgrim Way Walkers Map-Guide

Fife Pilgrim Way Walkers Map-Guide

by: Footprint
The Fife Pilgrim Way is a fully waymarked 64-mile (104km) route across Fife from the shores of the Firth of Forth to the North Sea coast. There are two alternative starting points at Culross or North Queensferry and the route finishes at St Andrews. The Fife Pilgrim Way is designed as a varied route for residents and visitors alike, and it is possible to walk the entire signposted path or explore particular sections of it using this map.

The route follows in the footsteps of Medieval pilgrims, passing many sites which reflect Fife's rich history, and which would be familiar to those travellers long ago, like Culrose Abbey, the Friary at Inverkeithing and St Andrews Cathedral.

The detailed full colour map shows the entire route on seven panels at a scale of 1:40,000 and is based upon Ordnance Survey data. The line of the path is shown in red on the map and distances are shown in miles from Culross and North Queensferry. A 1:250,000 scale overview map is also given together with tourist and travel information. The map-guide easily folds to show a whole section of the route. It is printed on both sides of waterproof and wear resistant paper, so it can be easily folded and slipped into a pocket without any further protection. It comes in a plastic sleeve.

For every copy of this map sold, a donation goes towards the practical management of The Fife Pilgrim Way.

ISBN 9781916002913 Map (2019) folded size 120mm x 225mm

Price: 9.95

Fife Pilgrim Way Companion

Fife Pilgrim Way Companion

author: Ian Bradley
This book is the essential companion for anyone serious about exploring the Fife Pilgrim Way, on foot, or simply as an armchair traveller. It is not a route-finding guidebook, but a source of all the fascinating history that makes walking and exploring the route such a spiritual and fulfilling experience.

Packed with history, vivid anecdote and nearly 100 colour illustrations, it brings to life the fascinating communities and the characters along the route in whose footsteps modern pilgrims are treading. Setting off with Celtic saints and St Margaret from Culross and North Queensferry, marching with miners through the West Fife coalfields, carrying on with Covenanters and Communists, and ending among the martyrs, relics, and ghosts of the haunted city of St Andrews, this gripping narrative presents a journey through Scottish history, ancient and modern, with spiritual reflections along the way.

ISBN 9781780275925 Pages 288 (2019) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 14.95