With the extension of the route this popular website has been modified to incorporate the two new sections.
This can be split into roughly eight equal days or for the more energetic it can be undertaken in seven or even six days.
There is also still the option of simply walking the original route from Forth to Tay bridges or add to this with either the
southern or northern extensions.
on how to split the route visit the comprehensive Distances and Options section.
This walking route has both beauty and heritage, along with significant access to the varied Fife communities. The path
is not that demanding in terms of walking terrain, but with the exception of only a few urban sections the paths are open
with changing outlooks and walking conditions. The walker will be delighted with the history and attractiveness of so many
of the villages and towns and may want to linger at many of the visitor attractions and nature reserves along the way.
The website is much more than just a detailing of the walking route. It has been designed to let you learn
about the walking route, the history of the communities and essential information for the walker before setting out
on this long distance pathway.
As with all our walking websites we are willing to respond to any electonic
enquires should they arise and you should use this
link to contact us with your questions
To access the rest of the website simply use the navigation links below, or alternatively to see the Path section by
section starting at Kincardine click here.