Follow in the footsteps of the ancient English oral tradition, on our 4-day journey along the historic Pilgrims’ Way, using story-telling to share, inspire and 'shorten the road'.
Are you stuck in a rut? Treading water? Plodding along? Through purposeful movement and meaningful communication, we can free ourselves up to change the path of our lives, and start telling ourselves a different story. Using Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales' as inspiration, we will listen to each others' stories, and through gentle enquiry and therapeutic exercises, step with courage into new ways of speaking our truth.
Route: Footpaths of Pilgrims’ Way and North Downs Way, through fields, orchards, & woods.
Accommodation: Shared rooms in B&Bs/inns. Single supplement available on request.
Difficulty: Challenging; walking distance 42 miles, 6-15 miles per day, undulating route, pace 3mph.
Day 1: Rochester to Detling – 12 miles walking.
Day 2: Detling to Lenham – 9 miles walking
Day 3: Lenham to Chilham – 15 miles
Day 4: Chilham to Canterbury – 6 miles
Visit Cathedral, lunch, train back to Rochester for departure.
Cost: £400 per person. This includes all activities, accommodation, breakfasts and transport. Does not include other meals or beverages.
Pilgrims’ Way: Rochester Castle - Canterbury Cathedral (42 miles)