“New” Burntisland path

A big shout out to members of Kirkcaldy Ramblers, Cardenden Walking Club and Fife Walking Club for clearing the gorse bushes on a previously unusable path. This link path between the top end of Burntisland and Standing Stane Road has been unusable for a number of years due to the overgrown gorse bushes. Volunteers from the above clubs have now cleared the gorse and opened up the path.

The path provides a means of walking from the existing Burntisland path network to the western end of Standing Stane Road away from the busy A909. As such it will open up many circular routes over and round the Binn as well as linking Burntisland to the Aberdour “Kemal’s Cut” path.

Help the volunteers keep the path open in the future by walking it!

Want to try out the path as part of a guided walk? The Craigencalt Trust Walking Festival will be hosting a walk using this path on Friday 5th April.

7 thoughts on ““New” Burntisland path”

  1. To everyone responsible for clearing the path,what a fantastic effort,well done ! I’m a keen runner and will be using it weekly at least.Should you require assistance to keep it clear,I’d volunteer to help in a heartbeat,get me on roogalator99@hotmail.com Kind regards,Allan Munro

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  2. Are you sure that is the Standing Stane Road? I thought that was the road from Kirkcaldy to Leven

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