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

Kincardine to North Queensferry

The route starts at the Kincardine Bridge and consists of made up paths with two small sections of rough farm track. The path gradient is flat to easy with a couple of small steep inclines. This section of the coastal path is a curious blend of modern industry, cultural heritage, valued nature reserve and iconic bridges so plenty to keep your eyes peeled for! The Unicorn Inn in Kincardine offers a welcome rest point. The 17th Century coaching Inn, established 1639 in the heart of an historic port town - Kincardine. The Unicorn Inn was the birthplace of celebrated physicist and chemist Sir James Dewar (1842-1923), inventor of the vacuum flask, and the first person to liquefy hydrogen gas.

Distance: 
16.7 miles / 26.9 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
4 - 6 hours
Difficulty: 
Moderate
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