The Saints' Way
The Saints' Way Trail crosses mid-Cornwall from coast to coast covering approximately 30 miles / 48 Km from the harbour town of Padstow in the north to the southern port of Fowey..
The trail follows a wonderfully varied course through valleys, woodlands, pastures, moors and villages and the visitor can expect to see some of the most varied and beautiful scenery in the county, inhabited by countless species of flora and fauna. The surrounding countryside is dotted with rolling pastures of ancient farmland, pre-historic remains, ancient bridges, old tracks, quaint churches and pretty riverside villages.
The Saints Way Guide
This user-friendly companion guide is designed to enhance your enjoyment of the Saints’ Way experience! The A5 size folder contains a pack of thirteen full colour, laminated cards, illustrated throughout with photographs of the main points of interest...
Eight route cards show a map section of the journey with useful practical information along with historical anecdotes. Four special feature cards are full of fascinating facts about pilgrimages, wildlife, man-made features and the churches that you will encounter along the way. There is also a card on the Wildlife Trust's Wilderness Trail across the Helman Tor Nature Reserves, a short detour off the Saints' Way.
Guides can be obtained from several Tourist Information Centres's and Visitor Centres in Cornwall, or direct from the authors/publishers (email: firstname.lastname@example.org for information or an order form). They cost £4.99 each + postage and packaging (discounts are available for larger orders).