The Fife coastal Path was expanded some time around 2012 from its original 82.5 miles to now cover the full coastal boundary of Fife.
The route is now 116.5 miles / 186 Km in length.
The extended route starts at the Kincardine Bridge at the south west entry to Fife and ends at Newburgh close to the north west
boundary with Perth and Kinross.
Walk the coastline passing by the historic bridges of the Forth and the road and rail bridges on the Firth of Tay
Enjoy the charm and history of this area from the early Christian communities to Royal intrigue, Academic excellence,
Sporting renown and Industrial heritage
Soak up the dramatic and changing landscape while enjoying the abundance of wildlife