Walk 113 – Southannan Waterfall, Fairlie – 1 mile

At only a half mile each way, this super short walk from Fairlie Train Station takes you uphill through local woodland to an impressive waterfall on Southannan Burn. Go after (or during!) heavy rainfall to see it at it’s best. … More Walk 113 – Southannan Waterfall, Fairlie – 1 mile

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

Walk 103 – Pollok Country Park, Glasgow – 2.6 miles

Home to one of Scotland’s grandest Edwardian country homes, Pollok House, and also to the world famous Burrell Collection, Pollok Country Park is the largest park in Glasgow. This circular walk takes you past both of these attractions, as well as through quiet woodlands and gardens, along the White Cart Water, through the Old Stable Courtyard, past the kids play area, and also visits the quirky Hobbit Village. Something for everyone! … More Walk 103 – Pollok Country Park, Glasgow – 2.6 miles

Walk 102 – Gorge Walk, Rouken Glen Park – 1.75 miles

One of the most important geological sites in Scotland, the 143 acre Rouken Glen Park has some lovely walks, this one taking you through it’s famous gorge along the banks of Auldhouse Burn. See the boating pond “Swan Lake”, wander through the glen with it’s impressive waterfalls, try out the new boardwalk built along the historical “lover’s walk”, let the kids burn off steam at the massive play area and then try your hand at the outdoor gym before having a well-earned coffee at The Boathouse café. There is a reason Rouken Glen was voted the UK’s Best Park 2016! … More Walk 102 – Gorge Walk, Rouken Glen Park – 1.75 miles

Walk 101 – Dean Castle Country Park from Dean Road, Kilmarnock – 1 mile

This route avoids the sections of the park currently closed for development. You will pass the park’s iconic waterfall, the (relatively) new pinetum, graveyard of Lord Howard De Walden, the stone lions, the Dean Castle itself and the deer park. A scenic and popular woodland walk! … More Walk 101 – Dean Castle Country Park from Dean Road, Kilmarnock – 1 mile

Walk 96 – Red Squirrel Trail, Devilla Forest, Fife – 1.7 miles

Take a short walk around this peaceful forest between Kincardine and Dunfermline. Devilla covers a massive 700 hectare area and is home to the red squirrel thanks to the plating of Scots pine trees back in the 1950s, which create the perfect habitat for them. While you are there look out for The Standard Stone, an ancient relic linked to MacBeth, and also take a detour to see the remains of Bordie Castle. On a warm day take a picnic to enjoy at the lochside. … More Walk 96 – Red Squirrel Trail, Devilla Forest, Fife – 1.7 miles