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St Ninian's Way - The Whithorn Circuit

21 km Distance
185 m Ascent
191 m Descent

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The Whithorn Circuit of St Ninian’s Way starts in the centre of Whithorn, with the Whithorn Trust, Priory and museum nearby, and takes the minor road B7063 east to Isle of Whithorn and St Ninian's Chapel. The route then goes south along a rough coastal path to St Ninian's Cave and north by track and road to join the B7004 into the centre of Whithorn.

Quiet descent to the coast and St Ninian’s famous chapel then along a rugged cliff edge path with fantastic views before a quiet return.

This circuit was pioneered and first published by the Whithorn Way Steering Group.  More important detail and travel advice on this route in the following link-

For a map overview of St Ninian’s Way please go,-4.2366028/terrain

St Ninian’s Way is one of the great pilgrim routes in Scotland to St Andrews - The Way of St Andrews - For other routes see