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

Pittenweem to Fife Ness

Pittenweem is Fife’s only working fishing harbour, and is the site of a cave used by St Fillan in the 7th century – your route starts here! The path borders the Anstruther Golf Course, and along the rockyshore past Billow Ness to the four old royal burghs which constitute Anstruther. There is a variety of unmade paths and rough terrain along this route so please take care. The route continues through the narrow streets of Cellardyke, passing its picturesque harbour north eastward towards Crail. Leading onto Fife Ness the path is challenging in places with narrower and altogether rougher terrain. It passes the Kilminning Coast Wildlife Reserve before finishing at Fife Ness Coastal Path car park.

Distance: 
8.0 miles / 12.8 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
3 - 5 hours
Difficulty: 
Easy
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