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From the stunning coastal path to the rolling hills and forest trails inland, there's plenty to offer walkers, ramblers and runners.

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The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Firth of Forth, from Edinburgh (at South Queensferry) to Fife (at North Queensferry). Opened by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1964, it replaced a centuries-old ferry service that carried vehicles and pedestrians, while rail ...

Fife Coastal Path - Cambo Sands to Leuchars

Fife Coastal Path - Cambo Sands to Leuchars

Cambo Sands to Leuchars 12 miles/19.3km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.  The Cambo Sands (also known as Kingsbarns Beach) to Leuchars part of the Fife Coastal Path follows a beautiful stretch of coa...

Fife Coastal Path - Buckhaven to Elie

Fife Coastal Path - Buckhaven to Elie

Buckhaven to Elie 13 miles or 20.9km Click here for a map of the route.  Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.   The section from Buckhaven to Elie takes in quaint villages, historic monuments, an abundance of wil...

Lochore Meadows Country Park

Lochore Meadows Country Park

Set in the heart of Fife, Lochore Meadows is Fife's most popular free visitor attraction. ...

Fife Coastal Path - Burntisland to Buckhaven

Fife Coastal Path - Burntisland to Buckhaven

Burntisland to Buckhaven 14 miles or 22.5 km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.   Starting at Burntisland, this section of the Fife Coastal Path winds its way to Buckhaven over a 14 mile (22....

Fife Coastal Path - Leuchars to Wormit Bay

Fife Coastal Path - Leuchars to Wormit Bay

Leuchars to Wormit Bay 16 miles or 25.8 km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.   This section of the Fife Coastal Path is 16 miles (25.8 km) long through some wonderful scenic areas. Allow 6 - 7 ho...

Townhill Country Park

Townhill Country Park

Townhill Country Park is located only one and a half miles from Dunfermline town centre and is a popular place for walkers

St Andrews East Sands

St Andrews East Sands

A Seaside Award beach in St Andrews.

Claireville Alpaca Farm

Claireville Alpaca Farm

For a fantastic outdoor experience with family or kids, why not book an amazing alpaca walk in the countryside. The alpaca walks are great value at only £15 and take approximately 45 minutes to complete. You can also pet, feed and get to know your alpaca, as well as meet some of the wo...

Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve

Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve

Tentsmuir is a magical combination of forest trails that dip and weave between tall trees and open sand dunes that change constantly with the wind and tides. ...

Calais Muir Wood

Calais Muir Wood

A lovely local community woodland which has recently been upgraded with new paths, signage and a nature trail. A historically important ancient woodland which is very popular with local walkers, dog owners and cyclists.  

Kingsbarns Beach

Kingsbarns Beach

This sandy beach stretches for 2 miles and is backed by extensive sand dune systems. It is an ideal area to relax and take in the beautiful coastal vistas.  

Elie Ness Lighthouse

Elie Ness Lighthouse

Elie Ness Lighthouse is situated on the dramatic coastline of this popular seaside town in the East Neuk.

Pittencrieff Park

Pittencrieff Park

Pittencrieff is a beautiful park in the centre of Dunfermline, gifted by the town's most famous son Andrew Carnegie.

Kirkcaldy Waterfront

Kirkcaldy Waterfront

Enjoy a walk down Kirkcaldy's Waterfront as part of the Fife Coastal Path where you can experience scenic coastal views, visit Kirkcaldy's Leisure Centre or go for a cycle down the Esplanade. 

Lomond Hills Regional Park

Lomond Hills Regional Park

The Lomond Hills are Fife's most prominent landmarks and the centre of over 25 square miles of moorland, lochs and farmland.  West Lomond is Fife's highest point at 1713 ft, so worth the climb for the stunning views!

Bunnet Stane

Bunnet Stane

The Bunnet Stane (or bonnet stone) is a rock formation near the hamlet of Gateside. It sits upon one of the calciferous sandstone outcrops that exist around the base of the Lomond Hills. 

Fife Coastal Path - Wormit Bay to Newburgh

Fife Coastal Path - Wormit Bay to Newburgh

Wormit Bay to Newburgh 15 miles or 24.1km Click here for a map of the route Lke all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path listed this can be cut into shorter walks.   A 15 mile (24.1 km) section passing over rough terrain and culminating at the commemorative Arch at Mugrum Park...

Fife Pilgrim Way

Fife Pilgrim Way

Walk in the footsteps of pilgrims on this new 64 mile walking route. If you've walked the Fife Coastal Path and loved that, you're sure to enjoy tackling this new long-distance walking route. Starting your journey at Culross and North Queensferry, the 64...

Braes Loan Trail

Braes Loan Trail

Enjoy a 2.5 mile/4km circular historical walking trail on the outskirts of Markinch which also provides spectacular views.

Fife Access Forum

Fife Access Forum

Fife’s outdoors offers many attractive opportunities to get out and enjoy the scenery.    Whether you’re a rambler, a cyclist, a horse-rider or disabled, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Tay Road Bridge

Tay Road Bridge

The road bridge over the river Tay connects Fife to Dundee and includes a walkway for pedestrians & cyclists. 

John Knox's Pulpit

John Knox's Pulpit

One of several strangely eroded rock fromations on the slopes of the Lomond Hills, John Knox’s Pulpit is an outcrop of grey sandstone with a waterfall and stream running through the gorge. ...

Blairadam Forest

Blairadam Forest

Blairadam forest is a great place to visit with three trails to explore with lots of wildlfife spotting opportunities and a fascinating history thrown in too!

Fife Coastal Path - Kincardine to Limekilns

Fife Coastal Path - Kincardine to Limekilns

11 miles or 17.5 kms Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.    The Kincardine to Limekilns section is a curious blend of modern industry, cultural heritage, valued nature reserve and iconic bridges....

St Andrews Walks

St Andrews Walks

There are lots of interesting walks in and around St Andrews, taking in the historic town, the stunning coastline and beautiful countryside.

Letham Glen

Letham Glen

Letham Glen is a woodland valley located in Leven, East Fife.

Devilla Forest

Devilla Forest

Mainly Scots pine, Devilla Forest has extensive walking and cycling routes which are mainly flat, so great for kids.

Fife Coastal Path - Elie to Cambo Sands

Fife Coastal Path - Elie to Cambo Sands

Elie to Cambo Sands 16 miles or 25.8 km Click here for a map of the route.  Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.   The Elie to Cambo (also known as Kingsbarns) section is 16 miles long (25.8 km) and can be rough ...

Fife Coastal Path - Limekilns to Burntisland

Fife Coastal Path - Limekilns to Burntisland

Limekilns to Burntisland 12 miles or 19.3 km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.    Iconic views, nature reserves and WWII military history can be found on this 17 mile/27.4km section o...

Falkland Estate

Falkland Estate

Once a hunting ground for Stuart Kings & Queens, the estate is now a working landscape of upland pasture, farm and forest with pleasure walks. Thanks to much conservation effort, you can retrace royal footsteps on this fascinating and historic land....

Fife Coastal Path

Fife Coastal Path

The Fife Coastal Path is Scotland's longest continuous coastal path at 117 miles and is  one of Scotland's Great Trails. Offering an unrivaled walking experience, this should be on the bucket list of any outdoor enthusiast.

Cupar Walks

Cupar Walks

There are lots of interesting walks in and around Cupar, taking in the historic town, and the beautiful countryside round about.


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