This 64 mile (104 km) long path takes the walker on a journey through history as it winds its way through the ancient Kingdom.
As the name suggests, this pathway reflects upon the days when Fife was the one the many religious destinations within Scotland for pilgrims between the 11th to 16th centuries.
The Kingdom attracted many thousands of pilgrims from across Europe each of who made their way through the region on a journey of faith and discovery.
This modern day route follows some of the region’s ancient pathways and gives the walker a chance to walk in the footsteps of these medieval travellers.
We will be doing the walk over 6 sections.