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 ūüėģ … 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

Walk 112 – The Limekilns in Charlestown, Fife – 3.8 miles

A combination of coastal footpaths and inland countryside tracks give this circuit variety. Starting along the promenade, delve into the history of the village of Charlestown as you pass the 14 limekilns which were quarried into the cliffs in the 1700s. Walk on the former Elgin railway followed by a minor road high behind the village before returning to the shorefront via a series of farm and woodland tracks. Pass the impressive Broomhall House en route, as well as the Limekilns War Memorial. Expect some mud in places. … More Walk 112 – The Limekilns in Charlestown, Fife – 3.8 miles

Walk 110 – Townhill Loch & Dismantled Railway Loop, Dunfermline – 2.8 miles

Beginning by a stroll around scenic Townhill Loch, this route then takes you along a disused railway line towards Queen Margaret Hospital, before returning to the Loch via the Bellyoeman and Kingseathill residential areas. Terrain includes tarmac surfaces and earth footpaths with steps in some parts. There is an option to shorten the route to approx 1 mile by simply doing a complete loop of Townhill Loch. … More Walk 110 – Townhill Loch & Dismantled Railway Loop, Dunfermline – 2.8 miles

Walk 107 – Pittencrieff Park & Dunfermline Abbey – 1.5 miles

Known locally as “The Glen”, the beautiful 76 acre Pittencrieff Park was gifted to the people of Dunfermline by Andrew Carnegie. This short walk takes in some of the park’s best bits before allowing you to explore Dunfermline Abbey, burial site of King Robert the Bruce. Keep a look out for the resident peacocks whilst in the park! … More Walk 107 – Pittencrieff Park & Dunfermline Abbey – 1.5 miles

Walk 104 – Shore Road, Torryburn

The Shore Road¬†between Torryburn and Crombie Point is a tarmac footpath which widens to become a narrow road with some impressive¬†sized homes¬†to the left. It runs along the Firth of Forth and on a clear day you will be able to make out¬†the illustrious skyline of the Grangemouth Refinery. There are two route options described below and in both you leave the Shore Road at Crombie Point onto peaceful¬†country roads, with the extended option continuing on a cycle track and roadside pavements to return to the start point.¬† … More Walk 104 – Shore Road, Torryburn