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Fife

The Trails are: [1] Keltyhill Glen (0.5 mile) - - - : [2] Blairenbathie Mine (1.5 miles) - - - : [3] The Glen (2 miles).


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'The 7 ½ miles (12 km) of routes through the forest are mostly earth paths with some loose gravel sections. There are gentle slopes along the burn; elsewhere there are some steep and very steep slo ...
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'Do take care when exploring the 4 ½ miles of trails here, as there are some uneven surfaces and very steep slopes.'


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'Please be aware that walks are around 15-20 miles at a reasonable pace and last 6-9 hours. It is a good idea to make contact with the leader beforehand to confirm details.'


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'The first day of January 2015 marked an important milestone for St Andrew Botanic Garden. The St Andrews Botanic Garden Trust formally took over the management of the Garden on behalf of ...
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'Follow the Seashell Trail along the dunes for sea, sand and seals, or explore deeper into the forest where roe deer and red squirrels live. Take the path to the west to reach tranquil ...
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'Balmerino Abbey, or St Edward's Abbey, in Balmerino, Fife, Scotland, was a Cistercian monastic community founded in 1227 to 1229 by monks from Melrose Abbey with the patronage of ...
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'We'd like more residents and visitors to get out and about around town - on foot or on bicycle. This website carries details of various trails for exercise or interest. So what's stopping you?


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The Walks were prepared by the Ramblers Association Scotland St Andrews Group with assistance from Scotways.


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'... Created in the 1920s by a group of enterprising locals, it is the only trail in Scotland to utilise fixed chains and posts, a feature more common on Continental mountain ranges like the Alps, ...
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'From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St. Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife; from the small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugg ...
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’Pilgrimage made a permanent mark on the landscape of Fife. Many of its roads, bridges and crossing points, including the famous Queen’s Ferry, were created hundreds of years ago to ease the way fo ...
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'The objectives of the Fife Access Forum are to: [1] Advise Fife Council and anyone else on access rights, rights of way and core paths - - - : [2] Assist with resolving access di ...
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'This is achieved by various projects, such as ensuring that Rights of Way are established and recorded, the appropriate maintenance of existing rural paths where necessary and the clearing and re- ...
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'A waggonway can be differentiated from a railway line as waggonways predate them and usually had wooden rails, along which, carts would be pulled by horses. This waggonway is unfortunately quite d ...
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'A number of walks are beside, through or across farms, estates and golf courses - please respect the Countryside Code and give golfers priority.'


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