The Fife Coastal Path
Route Questionnaire







How did your learn about the route?

What assistance did you use to navigate the route?

What best describes the nature of your route walk?

What form of overnight accommodation was used?

How was the overnight accommodation accessed?

Which sections of the route have you walked?

North Queesferry to Burntisland

Burntisland to Leven

Leven to Elie

Elie to Crail

Crail to St Andrews

St Andrews to Newport-on-Tay

Please rank each section walked under the following categories, from 1 (poor/difficult) to 5 (excellent/easy)


1

2

3

4

5

North Queensferry to Burntisland

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

Burntilsand to Leven

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

Leven to Elie

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

Elie to Crail

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

Crail to St Andrews

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

St Andrews to Newport-on-Tay

Ease of navigation

Attractiveness of walk

Difficulty/Fitness required for walk

Please rank overall Way under the following categories, from 1 (poor/difficult) to 5 (excellent/easy)

Variety of countryside

Interest along the route

Access to accommodation

Access to transport services

Would you walk the route or other parts of the way again?

Yes

No

Would you recommend the Way to others?

Yes

No

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire, we would find it helpful if you could finally provide us with a brief profile of yourself. Once complete hit the transmit/send button.

Please specify your home Country and Region

Number in the walking group?

Age range of the majority of the group?

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