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.