2021 New Year Message
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The Three Saints Way is a route that is in development and can already be walked in part. It will, when complete, connect Killin
to St Andrews and pass by Lochearnhead, St Fillans, Comrie, Crieff, Dunning, Abernethy, Tayport and Leuchars. The approximate length
of the route being 100 miles / 160 kms of which 36 miles are on the already defined Fife Coastal Path.
This is seen as forming a part of a longer coast to coast route that links Iona with St Andrews, two great centres of
Christianity and Pilgrimage over many centuries. This complete route estimated as being 190 miles / 305 kms.
Such a long distance walking route has many supporters but also has significant challenges in moving from a
supported concept into a reality over its complete length. With this in mind it was recognised that the Three Saints Way is
likely to become a complete walking route in a shorter timescale and it has a beauty and historical story worth telling on
its own merits. The intention therefore is to create the Three Saints Way for walkers to enjoying while the longer coast
to coast route is completed in later sections as finance, routes and land issues are overcome.