Pilgrim's Way, Holy Island


The Pilgrim's Way is the historic walking route to Holy Island. The route is marked by large wooden poles and is covered by water twice a day, when the tide is in. For details about the Pilgrim's Way and important safety information see northumberlandcoastaonb.org. The road causeway was built in 1954.

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Pilgrim's Way to Holy Island
- "Ever since 635, when King Oswald gave the Holy Island of Lindisfarne to St Aidan to establish his monastery, the island has been a place of pilgrimage. The road was ...

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Walking across the sands to Holy Islands

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Refuge

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Holy Island, Pilgrims Way

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Pilgrims' Way

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Pilgrims' Crossing

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The Pilgrim's Way

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The Pilgrim's Route leaving Chare Ends

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Causeway under water, Holy Island

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Pilgrims Way

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Pilgrim's Way

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Pilgrims Way, Alfie and sunrise at Holy Island

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TRAPPED BY THE TIDE BUTCHER’S FATAL RISK ON HOLY ISLAND
- "The finding of a butcher’s van in which was yoked the dead body of a horse, on Holy Island sands on Sunday, brought to light the tragic end of ...

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Lindisfarne at Low Tide

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