Walk 180 – Dean Woods from Cairneyhill via West Fife Way – 7.6 miles

This is a semi-circular route starting in the village of Cairneyhill. It takes advantage of the nearby West Fife Cycle Way and network of connecting farm tracks and rights of way to reach the impressive Dean Plantation. Once there you will experience Pitfirrane Dean – a deep gorge, before returning to the village via woodland footpaths and the quiet Pitdinnie Road.  … More Walk 180 – Dean Woods from Cairneyhill via West Fife Way – 7.6 miles

Walk 177 – Roon The Binn, Burntisland to Aberdour – 8 miles

A circular walk leading you around The Binn, a 193m (633ft) hill which dominates the Fife town of Burntisland. Along the way visit the intriguing remains of the village of Binnend, built to serve the shale oil industry in the 1880s and now lying abandoned in the woodland undergrowth. A mix of residential streets, earth paths and farm tracks, with the return section being along the Fife Coastal Path.  … More Walk 177 – Roon The Binn, Burntisland to Aberdour – 8 miles

Walk 156 – Wemyss Caves & Castles, Fife – 6 miles

Along the Fife Coastal Path between West and East Wemyss there are two castles and a number of caves, as well as a memorial to Scottish musician Jimmy Shand! This circular walk lets you enjoy all of that before returning to the start via farmland tracks and a disused railway.    Dog-friendly walk   Car … More Walk 156 – Wemyss Caves & Castles, Fife – 6 miles

Walk 155 – West Lomond & The Reservoirs – 4.7 miles

Climb up to the highest point in Fife on this incredibly scenic circular walk. The route begins by crossing a wide expanse of moorland before making the short but steep ascent of West Lomond (522m / 1712ft). Descending SE, enjoy the stunning views across to neighbouring East Lomond and the Harperleas and Ballo Reservoirs, both of which remain your companions for the return journey along a boggy path to the car park.  … More Walk 155 – West Lomond & The Reservoirs – 4.7 miles

Walk 150 – East Lomond & Maspie Den – 4.5 miles

One of my all-time favourite walks! First of all it’s a hill. Add to that the route being a loop and the return leg being down a stunningly beautiful glen complete with waterfall you actually walk behind… and you have nothing short of perfection! This is before we even talk about the quaint village of Falkland or the deep dark tunnel option. Read on to find out more! … More Walk 150 – East Lomond & Maspie Den – 4.5 miles

Walk 142 – Dalgety Bay to Braefoot Pier Coastal Walk – 7 miles

This is a semi-loop which begins in the upmarket residential area of St Davids and follows the Fife Coastal Path through several small woodlands to reach Braefoot Pier at the eastern end of Dalgety Bay. The return follows the pleasant NCN76 cycle path for a short distance before re-joining the Coastal Path. Superb views towards the Forth bridges and Inchcolm Island, and if you are lucky you might spot roe deer and pheasants along the way! Pass the remains of St Bridget’s Kirk and some WW1 and WW2 bunkers in Braefoot woods. Mostly earth paths and pavements with some steps.   … More Walk 142 – Dalgety Bay to Braefoot Pier Coastal Walk – 7 miles

Walk 140 – Blairadam Forest N.E. Corner – 6.3 miles

Blairadam Forest on the southern tip of Perth & Kinross is a bit of a maze! With so many tracks and footpaths to choose from it is hard to know where to start. This is a walk which shows off the variety possible within it, from way-marked gravel tracks to off-the-beaten-track passageways! Pass the impressive Blair Adam House and walled garden from which the forest takes it’s name. Cross farmland, enjoying the views of Loch Leven and Benarty Hill (The Sleeping Giant). Venture off-the-beaten-track on muddier ground beneath Cowden Hill (option to avoid – see route). Meander along the Kelty Burn through beautiful woodland. Perfect! … More Walk 140 – Blairadam Forest N.E. Corner – 6.3 miles

Walk 139 – Peppermill Dam Walk, Devilla Forest – 5.6 miles

A multi-terrain circuit taking in two of the four lochs within Devilla Forest, Fife. Situated between Kincardine and Dunfermline, Devilla covers over 1700 acres of land and is one of the largest pine forests in the Scottish lowlands. On this walk you can expect wide gravel tracks and grassy footpaths throughout. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, in particular around the Moor Loch and Peppermill Dam areas!  … More Walk 139 – Peppermill Dam Walk, Devilla Forest – 5.6 miles

Walk 136 – Lochore Meadows, Fife – 3.2 miles

Dating back to the Bronze Age, Loch Ore was once home to seven pits. The scarred environment left behind when they closed has now been transformed into the 1200 acre Lochore Meadows Country Park. This is an easy walk around Loch Ore itself, taking in a variety of landscapes. Wide gravel and tarmac paths, a few gates.  … More Walk 136 – Lochore Meadows, Fife – 3.2 miles

Walk 132 – Blairadam Forest S.E Corner – 4 miles

Depending where exactly in Blairadam you are walking, you might either be in Fife or in Perth & Kinross! This walk covers the south-eastern edge of the forest, beginning at a small car park just off the B914 next to Kelty. It takes you deep into the forest with the path initially running parallel to the M90 before heading to higher ground from where you can enjoy fabulous views North to Loch Leven. The route then loops back to the start via Clentry, a cluster of farm cottages. Perhaps you will catch a glimpse of the fabled ‘Beast of Blairadam’ during your visit :-o … More Walk 132 – Blairadam Forest S.E Corner – 4 miles

Walk 120 – Dunfermline to Dean Plantation via West Fife Way – 5 miles

This pleasant loop begins with an easy stroll along the Dunfermline-Alloa cycle track NCN764 (the former West Fife Way railway), before entering the Dean woodland & returning to the start following a series of farm tracks. Enjoy the views across the Firth of Forth as you go! Note that underfoot conditions can be muddy on the second half of the walk. … More Walk 120 – Dunfermline to Dean Plantation via West Fife Way – 5 miles

Walk 118 – Crossford & Cairneyhill Circuit, Fife – 4.4 miles

This circuit runs between the villages of Crossford and Cairneyhill following quiet country roads, open farmland and the Dean woods, before returning to the start along the wide pavement on the A994. From the Dean you will enjoy lovely views down across both villages and the Firth of Forth! … More Walk 118 – Crossford & Cairneyhill Circuit, Fife – 4.4 miles

Walk 116 – Calais Muir Wood, Dunfermline – 1.5 miles

This is a short walk around a scenic woodland area of Dunfermline called Calais Muir. A popular place with local dog walkers, the gravel track is also perfect for a stroll with the pram. Easily accessible from the neighbouring residential areas of the town if you wish to extend the length of the walk, or park right beside it – your choice! … More Walk 116 – Calais Muir Wood, Dunfermline – 1.5 miles