St Cuthbert's Way: Wooler to Lindisfarne

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The final section leaves Wooler to climb over gentle moorland, crossing undulating farmland before visiting St Cuthbert's cave where his coffin was rested en route to Alnwick. The causeway to Holy Island (or Lindisfarne) - where St Cuthbert was Abbot - is only possible at low tide - it is important to check the times before setting out.


Country lanes, paths, sometimes muddy. Causeway to Lindisfarne only open twice a day at low tide - check tide times before setting out.

Public Transport

Bus to Wooler.


Wooler. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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