The Saint's Way is an ancient route crossing from the North coast of Cornwall at Padstow down to Fowey on the South coast. It was used to bypass the dangerous waters of Land's End for monks and merchants travelling onto France. Today the route follows many of the old Celtic sites and takes several days to walk. It goes through remote and beautiful countryside, follows ancient hidden green lanes and takes in some spectacular views. It can feel as though we are literally walking in the steps of the Christians who came to Cornwall to share the good news of Jesus.

River Fowey The Saint's Way, Cornwall The River Fowey, low tide at Ethy Rock, Cornwall Ancient path to Cadix Creek, River Fowey, Cornwall River Fowey at Golant, Cornwall River Fowey at high tide, Cornwall Helman Tor, Cornwall

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