|The wiggeldy route weaves some of the best bits of the Lakes together|
We've made a 23 minute film about the pilgrimage, and have extracted a short introduction.
|Pillar Rock - A place to stop and stare|
We've also hidden 31 'treasure troves' - boxes containing reflection cards at varied locations. These can be visited in their own right.
The Lakes District is not a wilderness. People are very much part of the landscape and have been for centuries. Seven historic hostelries are to be found on the pilgrimage - places that have welcomed travellers over many years and have a rich history.
And of course there are many summits, tarns and magnificent viewpoints which form some of the very best of the Lake District and contribute to a richly diverse landscape.
The aim is that pilgrims might pause and reflect and possible places that are conducive to reflection have been indicated, although there will be many more points suitable for reflection.
|Take the opportunity to reflect|
The route starts and finishes at my house and a cream tea awaits on the patio for anyone who completes the route as long as we have enough warning to fulfill the promise!
Guide to The Lakeland Pilgrimage