Fife Coastal Path

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A 11-stage walk with an overall difficulty of 2 (Slightly harder) following the Fife coast. Paths may be indistinct and navigation skills are required. The Fife Coastal Path is an experience not to be missed! From the Forth and Tay

estuaries (Link with the John Muir Way) and intimate St.Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife.

Visit the small fishing villages of the East Neuk and the bustling areas of the west with rugged cliffs, great beaches and wildlife reserves.


  1. Kincardine - North Queensferry 27 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  2. North Queensferry - Burntisland 18,5 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  3. Burntisland - East Wemyss 18,75 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  4. East Wemyss - Lower Largo 11,5 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  5. Lower Largo - St Monans 14 km (Grade: 2-Slightly harder)
  6. St Monans - Anstruther 5,75 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  7. Anstruther - Crail 6,75 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  8. Crail - Kingsbarns 9,5 km (Grade: 2-Slightly harder)
  9. Kingsbarns - St Andrews  13,5 km (Grade: 2-Slightly harder)
  10. St Andrews - Newport on Tay 29 km (Grade: 1-Easy)
  11. Newport on Tay - Newburgh 28,5 km (Grade: 2-Slightly harder)

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