On Saturday 15 September 2012, walk for water so others don’t have to.

Fife Coastal Path

Looking for a more challenging group walk? Want to see some beautiful historical sites and spectacular coastal views along the way? Then this is the hub walk for you! Suitable for older children and adults, this route will be led by a WaterAid representative and starts at the 1816 Waterloo Monument which is in the shape of Napoleons hat and leads to Carlingnose Point nature reserve. The walk continues  through  woodland  and  past  an  active  Whinstone  Quarry  before entering  the  Bay  of  Inverkeithing  which  is  a  haven for  bid life  throughout  the  year. The historic town also has many 13th –17th century buildings to admire!

You will then continue  along  the  coast  to  St  David’s  Harbour  and around  Dalgety  Bay  to  Downing  Point,  with  its  gun  emplacements  and  panoramic  views  over  the  Forth it is well worth the effort! The  path  continues  to  Burntisland  with  its  historic  harbour,  post  reformation  church,  Blue  Flag  beach  and  numerous  recreation  facilities. From historic churches and woodland, to gun emplacements and Blue Flag beaches, there is plenty to see and experience on this hub walk! On reaching the finish where you will be treated to a well earned post-walk reception so you can rest your feet and have a well deserved snack or drink - a great end to the day! Coast Along for WaterAid is the perfect way to help your children discover and learn exciting new things while having lots of fun. To help your children play, learn and develop there will also be a variety of games to take part in as you walk and nation-wide competitions to enter, so sign up today for a fun day out for all the family!

Distance: 
12.0 miles / 19.3 km
Start Time: 
11.00am
Estimated Walking Time: 
4 - 6 hours
Starting Point: 
Waterloo Monument, North Queensferry
Difficulty: 
Moderate
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