Walkers' Comments





This is a new page on the site where we hope that the web visitor will contribute to its content.

We want to hear from you, both positive or negative comments relating to the walking route and your experiences while preparing, walking or reviewing your St Cuthbert's Way walk. This will hopefully provide other potential walkers with some independent views on the route and the walkers' experiences. Where we think that the comments can be acted upon we will endeavour to do so. We as webmaster for this St Cuthbert's Way site are fortunate to also be on the Route Management Group and can feed back on a regular basis the positives and negatives relating to all aspect of the Way.

To receive and publish your comments we request that you use one of two methods.

  • E-mail your input by clicking on this link.
  • Use our associate company Facebook link and post a comment.
The comments will be reviewed and posted to the page so long as the comments are not liable or offensive and the following is provided:
  • Name of the contributor (a request can be made that we publish your comments as an anonymous contributor).
  • The sections of the Way that have been walked and please identify as accurate a location if it relates to a specific point on the Way.
  • The date that relates to the comments.
  • A clear reference to any published comments if you are replying or reponding to an alreaady published contribution.
We hope that this section of the website will become popular and regularly updated.

The webmaster has the final decision on what is published on this website page.


Hello John Henderson - Walking Support
The pilegrimage to Lindisfarne became a marvellous experience! The weather was nice, not a drop of rain, the B&B were great, good beds, good food, nice people. It could not have been better!
Thank you for your good support! We will certainly recommend you to others who plan to walk The St.Cuthbert's Way.
On the photo you see the five of us on the highest point of the way.
Best regards
Ingeborg Karlsen, Margit Haga, Joran Tanum, Sigrid Dysthe and Bodil Almås (Norway - 2014)


I made this walk in 2008 as a part of a two month sabbatical. Long days of walking made for fabulous opportunities for reflection and prayer. Upon arriving at Lindisfarne I walked across the sands rather than take the road; literally soaked in the entire experience.
On my list to do again.
Rev Brad Whitaker
Detroit USA
bwhitaker61@gmail.com





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