Fife Pilgrim Way

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Start: Culross
Distance: 73 miles (117 km)
Grid Ref: NS983858
 
Climbing: 1,726 metres
Walk time: 25-35 hours
Days: 4-7

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Summary: The Fife Pilgrim Way is a long distance footpath created by the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust. It was officially opened in the summer of 2019 after the route had been verified by negotiations with landowners and waymarked by volunteers. The route starts in Culross in the west of Fife with an alternative start underneath the Forth Rail Bridge at Queensferry. In general the route travels north an east across the Kingdom of Fife to St Andrews on the East Coast. The route is varied. As well as visiting towns and villages such as Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kennoway and Ceres there is much beautiful countryside to wonder at too. Highlights include a walk on the shore of Loch Ore by way of the country park, Devon Wood, Clatto Hill and a visit to the ancient Broch on Drumcarrow Craig. Throughout the undulating course of ups and downs there are many opportunites to cast your eyes south across the Firth of Forth. Overall, the walk is a splendid addition to walking in the wonderful walking opportunites on offer in Fife.


Useful Links:
Fife Countryside Trust
Walk Fife
Fife Pilgrim Way Facebook Page
Long Distance Walkers Association


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