Here you can find the resources we are developing for the journey. These will be added to throughout the Magnus 900 year and beyond and automatically added to the smartphone app.

49 resources were found:

Photograph of the stone cairn at the start of the mainland pilgrimage

Logo of the St Magnus Way, copyright Orkney Pilgrimage

Looking west across Aikerness to Costa Hill.

View of Dounby crossroads from the picnic tables opposite the Smithfield Hotel.

Photo of Damsay with the Holm of Grimbister in front.

Photograph of Firth Bay, with the Holm of Grimbister and Damsay beyond it.

Looking back across the fisherman's hut towards Northside.

Site of the Mans Well, restored by Birsay Heritage Trust in 2012.

Image of Milestone Community Church (bottom left) from above.

View of Egilsay Pier with St Magnus Church on the skyline.

Pilgrims disembarking from the MV Eynhallow at Egilsay.

Pilgrims kneeling in honour of Magnus on the 900th anniversary of his death.

View of St Magnus Egilsay and graveyard, looking across to Rousay.

St Magnus Church, Egilsay across a field of summer flowers.

Earls Palace, Birsay, from the road as you walk in to the Palace.

Looking from the coast across to Eynhyallow before the track turns up to the road again.

Photograph of the site of St Olaf's Kirk, from the 11th century, with part of the 16th century restoration.

View of the Brough of Birsay from the summit of Costa Hill.

Photo of Gate leading to Costa Hill from the Loch of Swanney.

This project is being part financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Orkney LEADER 2014 – 2020 Programme

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