The Lomond Hills are Fife's most prominent landmarks and the centre of over 25 square miles of moorland, lochs and farmland.
This area was designated as Scotland's first Regional Park in 1986 in recognition of its importance for recreation and conservation. It has several access points and a huge network of paths and interesting features throughout.
The support of the many land managers is essential to keep the park open and accessible to public. As such, please help us support and thank them by acting responsibly when in the hills; keep dogs on leashes, stick to the paths, and leave the hills as you find them.
You can find out more information on the path network and themed walks on our website. Or on the website of the Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership who undertake lots of projects to help reconnect people with the hills.
There are two main car parks, Craigmead which can be accessed from the village of Falkland and East Lomond, which is located off the A912. Both have toilet and picnic facilities and can be the starting point for numerous walks around the park and Falkland Estate.