The Cornish Celtic Way

Posted: 24 March, 2021 | Category: Walking Stories

Cornish Celtic Way is a newly developed pilgrimage route along coastal Cornwall starting at East Germans and ending at St Michael’s Mount. It traces ancient travellers’ paths and seeks to align itself with Cornwall’s spiritual past, celebrating the early saints who risked all to bring Christianity to the most challenging parts of the British Isles.

A guide book accompanies you on the route, pointing out the hidden glens, holy wells and ancient churches favoured by our forebears. The whole walk takes two weeks but it is broken down into 16 sections. The additional passport allows you to collect “stamps” along the way, and grants access to churches and church halls for basic accommodation subject to availability.

There are also guided walks, see their website for details.