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  Download a … More Walk 156 – Wemyss Caves & Castles, Fife – 6 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 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 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