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Total Cycling Routes - Fife & Kinross Area

Fife Recreational Routes

   

West Fife & Clackmannan CR or The West Fife Cycle Way

Now includes
Clackmannan to Alloa
This 18 km / 11 mile route goes by two main names - The West Fife Cycle Way and The Clackmannan Way. Later on, Sustrans intend to call this route number 76 forming the Stirling to Forth Bridge Cycle Route. Whatever its name it serves as an excellent route to the west from Dunfermline avoiding busy A-Class roads.

The Newburgh Recreational Route

The Newburgh Route is one of five recreational routes in the north east of Fife. This route travels through Strathmiglo, Pitmedden Forest, Newburgh, Den & Grange of Lindores, Auchtermuchty and Dunshalt.

The Ladybank Recreational Route

The Ladybank Route is one of five recreational routes in the north east of Fife. Mainly flat with a gentle climb through a pleasant wooded glen.
This route travels through Ladybank, Auchtermuchty Dunshalt, Falkland and Freuchie .

The Charlestown Recreational Route

Dunfermline to Charlestown-Limekilns route 12 mile / 19 km is one of three routes off the West Fife Cycle Way. Most of this route is very enjoyable, especially in the Charlestown area, unfortunately this route has a premature ending at Rosyth, leaving you with a three mile cycle along an unpleasant road back to Dunfermline.

The Cupar Recreational Route

The Cupar Recreational Route - a circular tour of the Bow of Fife.

The Lochore Recreational Route

This route is unusual among the Green Recreational Routes as it is a linear or a “there and back” type route.
Passing through Blairadam Forest and the villages of Keltybridge and Mary- burgh, the Lochore Cycle Route ends at the headquarters of the Lochore Meadows Country Park.

The Crombie Cycle Route

This is the second of three cycle routes that branch off the West Fife Cycle Way. The Crombie Cycle Route is the shortest and uninteresting of the three cycle routes, in saying all that - I rather enjoyed it!

The Culross Recreational Route

This 22 km / 13 mile route is one of three “green” recreational routes off the West Fife Cycle Way. Visiting Culross is certainly worth the effort, the village is so steeped in history that you have to use a shovel to move around, and you can only use one that has been approved by Historic Scotland!

The Gartmorn Circular

This route 15 km / 9 mile route is one of my favourites, given the right weather and company the run through the woods, along the lade and around the loch can be most gratifying.

The Devon Way

A scenic link between Alloa and Dollar

Ports of Tay Recreational Route

This 47 km / 29 mile route is the “grand-daddy” of `em all, taking you through some very diverse countryside. From the flatness of Tentsmuir Forest to the lung-busting climbs around Logie.

Ceres Recreational Route

This 31 km / 19 mile route starts in the picturesque village of Ceres, then heads into the hills to descend past Craigton Country Park into St. Andrews

FOR INFORMATION AND CYCLE ROUTES IN THE PERTH AND KINROSS AREA THE AUTHOR OF MANY OF OUR ROUTES (WALLACE SHACKLETON) HAS PREPARED EVEN MORE MAPS AND DETAILED WRITE UPS.
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