Come and celebrate the launch of nine new heritage trails around the Inner Forth at Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline.
The free, drop-in, family-friendly event will include storytelling, face painting, a traditional building doctor from the National Lime Centre, guided walks around the Glen, rides in Cycling Without Age's trishaw, and art activities, as well as a chance to find out more about local walking, cycling and community groups.
Trail guides for all the routes, plus a ‘bonus’ round the Forth ninth route, incorporating elements from all the trails, are available to download from the www.innerforthlandscape.co.uk website, along with GPX files to help you navigate the routes from their smart phone or GPS devices. Two of the routes can be started from Dunfermline – the 35-mile FifeThirtyFive, and the 11-mile Abbey to Sea trails.
The routes use existing paths and tracks to help you to explore the landscape and discover some of the many hidden gems to be found around the Inner Forth. They include nature hotspots, historic buildings, riverside views, cultural landmarks or simply places to escape from the bustle of urban life.View all events