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St Duthac's Way

Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Dundee, Fife

148 km / 92 miles
A Pilgrim coastal route from Aberdeen to St Andrews visiting Montrose, Arbroath, Carnoustie, Montifieth and Dundee.

This route is one of several in a project to develop a new pilgrimage route series around the theme of St Andrew. St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, and the town, where his relics were kept, on the east coast of Fife overlooking the North Sea, was established as a pilgrimage site over 1000 years ago. Thousands of pilgrims made their way there every year until the Reformation. Now, St Andrews is better known as the home of golf and the famous university where Prince William met Kate, but the ruins of the huge cathedral complex still dominate this spectacular seaside town and former royal burgh.


Details:

Path Type: Other Paths
Attributes: Average Gradients
Coastal
Pilgrimage
Religious
Start: NJ936060 - Aberdeen, Aberdeen View on StreetMap
Finish: NO514166 - St Andrews, Fife, Fife View on StreetMap
Web Sites: Way of St Andrews - St Duthac's Way

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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
© OpenStreetMap contributors under Open Database Licence.
Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
At high zoom levels the route is indicative only.
Purchase Ordnance Survey Maps:
OS Landranger 38, 45, 54, 59
OS Landranger Active 38, 45, 54, 59
OS Explorer 370, 371, 380, 382, 396, 406
OS Explorer Active 370, 371, 380, 382, 396, 406

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147.3 km (91.5 miles)
1,517 m (4,977 ft) ascent
136 m (446 ft)  maximum height

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