Our group is a member of the Forth Valley, Fife and Tayside Ramblers Area.
The Ramblers is dedicated to protecting footpaths and other places to which the public has a right of way or access on foot, defending the beauty of the countryside and promoting walking for all. It has more than 140,000 members in 54 Areas and over 450 local groups.
Anyone is welcome to come and try one of our walks. We feel sure you will then be keen to join the Ramblers and enjoy our company regularly. We walk throughout the year, with a varied programme from easy local "Roamers Walks" to more demanding mountain and moorland walking. All walks are graded and distance and ascent are given in the walk description to enable you choose one that suits your ability. For your first walk with us you are advised to choose one that might be "too easy" rather than overstretch yourself. We meet in the Dalgety Bay Shopping Centre Car Park and practice car-sharing to travel to the start of walks.
List of walks that have been notified as changed since publication of the printed programme.
This is an attractive and interesting walk combining the Hillend Loch Railway Path with moorland paths around Lilly Loch and Hillend Loch near Caldercruix. The terrain includes cycle path, moorland path, quad bike path, grassy path, lochside path.
Note alternative easier walk this weekend
Suburban, linear walk through Cammo Estate, Craigmount, N & S Gyle, Edinburgh Park and Union Canal to Wester Hailes Plaza. Bus back into Edinburgh, then bus back to Barnton.
Various paths to the west of Dunfermline towards Cairneyhill through woodland and countryside.
This is a very picturesque walk through mature woodlands with a very gradual climb on good tracks and paths, until reaching the Nature Reserve. From here, there is some steepness with rocky sections to reach the waterfall.
Circular walk with a little road walking, visiting the Lynedoch Obelisk and McDuff's monument. Good views over Perth and Scone.
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