The Fife Coastal Path
Distances & Options

This is a walking route that can be split into many different sections all with ample opportunity in many locations for overnight accommodation and refreshments. We have produced a mileage chart that can be easily downloaded and used to guide you in your planning activities.


Distance Chart

The image is an extract of the distance chart, by clicking on the image a new window will open, this containing the full chart as a PDF file that can be easy printing onto a single A4 sheet.


The following provide some suggestions on how the walk may be divided to suit varying requirements and walking skills. We have detailed it all from a starting point in North Queensferry but the "Path" can be as easily walked in the reverse direction from Newport-on-Tay.


6 Days


7 Days


8 Days

Section

Miles


Section

Miles


Section

Miles

Kincardine - N Queens

17.00


Kincardine - N Queens

17.00


Kincardine - N Queens

17.00

N Queens - Kirkcaldy

18.75


N Queens - Kinghorn

15.00


N Queens - Kinghorn

15.00

Kirkcaldy - St Monans

22.25


Kinghorn - Lower Largo

16.50


Kinghorn - Leven

13.50

St Monans - St Andrews

25.50


Lower Largo - Crail

17.50


Leven - Elie

9.50

St Andrews - Newport

19.00


Crail - Guardbridge

18.50


Elie - Crail

11.00

Newport - Newburgh

18.40


Guardbridge - Newport

15.00


Crail - St Andrews

14.50


Newport - Newburgh

18.40


St Andrews - Newport

19.00


Newport - Newburgh

18.40


Kincardine - N Queens

17.00


Kincardine - N Queens

17.00


Kincardine - N Queens

17.00


N Queens - Burntisland

12.00


N Queens - Burntisland

12.00


Burntisland - Lundin Links

18.50


Burntisland -Leven

16.50


Lundin Links - Crail

18.50


Leven - St Monans

12.50


Crail - Guardbridge

18.50


St Monans - Kingsbarns

14.00


Guardbridge - Newport

15.00


Kingsbarns - Leuchars

14.00


Newport - Newburgh

18.40


Leuchars - Newport

13.50


Newport - Newburgh

18.40


There may also be other options that would better suit the walker's requirements based on where they wanted to stop and spend time visiting historical, natural history or sporting centres.


This route is well waymarked and is also defined on the up to date Landranger maps. However even with these details it may be helpful to have a table of grid references with defined details for what to do at these key points.
Walking Support (an associate business) has surveyed the complete route using GPS to plot all the key points. To obtain a copy of this directional table simply click below on the "BUY NOW" button and for 2.90, which you can pay on-line, we will be sent by e-mail attachment a Word Document containing this valuable data. Allow up to 2 working days from payment for receipt of data.


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