A summer walk on the Fife Coastal Path with lunch at St Monans
On a glorious summer’s day in August, we headed to Elie for a stroll on the Fife Coastal Path with the idea that we would arrive in St Monans just in time for lunch at the East Pier Smokehouse. Read more
Mile 95 – Mile 103.5 on the Fife Coastal Path (Sections 7-8)
This part of the coastal path from Tayport to Balmerino offers the walker some superb views across the Tay Estuary towards Broughty Ferry and Dundee. Much of the path follows the old railway line between Tayport and Dundee which closed in 1966 shortly before the opening of the Tay Road Bridge. This is a relatively easy walk. You don’t need boots or stout walking shoes as much of the walk is on tarmac pavements or cycle paths. The only part that is not is the part between Wormit and Balmerino. Read more
If you’ve been following our walking adventures on the Fife Coastal Path, you’ll notice that we last posted a walk from Burntisland to Dysart. We’ll have the section from Dysart to Leven written up in due course, but having completed the 10 mile section from Leven to Elie, we can’t wait to share this part of the walk with you! Read more
Having first completed the Fife Coastal Path and it’s 117 miles in July 2015, it’s time to reflect on the earlier stages of the walk, Kincardine to Culross section 1 and give you some ideas if you wish to extend your walks in beyond the East Neuk sections, which are easy to walk from Sandcastle Cottage, Crail.