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Crail to Kingsbarnes section

What a great section of the coastal path this is . Wildly rugged rocks no wonder it was deadly for... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
craigluscar
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Dunfermline, United Kingdom
Superb walk

We have walked along several parts of this path and it is a long distance to cover it all. There... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2018
DavidMay1945
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Montrose, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

Did the area around Dysart. It was low tide. Easy and mostly level walk. Good views. Castle. Harbor. Very pleasant.

Date of experience: May 2018
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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

What a lovely walk taking in churches,castle ruins , ruins of salt factories and the beautiful Pittenweem. A walk of just over 2 hours and just over 8 miles. Suitable for all ages and a few playgrounds for kids on the way. Places for coffee and food in villages
along route. Make sure you follow coastal path when leaving Anstruther or you can end up on main road was at from path.

Date of experience: March 2018
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Reviewed 18 March 2018

Just a warning to walkers that Fife Coastal Path has become badly eroded by tidal waters in the winter of 2018, January to March. This is particularly bad in areas between Dysart to East Wemyss. It is no longer the easy walk it once was and a bit of scrabbling between stony beach and poor walking paths will be required. This area is unlikely to be repaired in the near future as the damage is substantial.

Date of experience: March 2018
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Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

We’ve walked a few sections now, all beautiful and all different. Crail to Anstruther took a couple of hours- much of this route is unpaved and can be slippy if there’s been rain so make sure you have decent footwear. It also feels like the most exposed part we’ve done, but this is not a negative. More picturesque is St Monans to Anstruther and back-around an hour each way and plenty of places to have lunch in Anstruther-our favourite is Coast Coffee which has a range of lunch options with fantastic service. Great way to spend a few hours if you’re in the East Neuk.

Date of experience: February 2018
1  Thank Lisa A
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AudreyPeebz, Public Relations Manager at Fife Coastal Path, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018

Glad you enjoyed our wonderful Fife Coastal Path, we reccomend walkers wear sturdy footwear and appropriate clothing. Some sections are quite exposed with rough paths.

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Reviewed 17 January 2018

There does not seem to be a part of this coastal Path that is unattractive . Starting from the magnificent Donibristle House Stables in the Wynd. follow a nice curve of sand round to a small harbour with a bench to take in the fantastic view and on to Dalgety Sailing club with a lot of boats getting ready to go back in the water when better weather arrives . From there another curve round a beach and the path goes into a woodland walk for half a mile until you come to St Bridgets church an attractive ruin from there the path takes you round to the Braehead Terminal . The scenery on a good day is outstanding taking in the Edinburgh shoreline and the some of the many islands in the Forth round to the Forth Rail Bridge

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank craigluscar
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AudreyPeebz, Public Relations Manager at Fife Coastal Path, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018

We agree there is always a point of interest around every corner. Glad you enjoyed your walk.

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