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This would've been a great walk with some tough terrain and a lot of mud but half way along the path is closed due to a landslide so is no longer accessible which was disappointing.

Lovely trail. Easy. Beautiful views. Would definitely do again

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muddy
off trail
1 day ago

Very peaceful walk with great path way and many routes to choose, plenty of parking and play area for children at the entrance

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muddy
over grown
6 days ago

Avoid going around Peppermill Dam. Overgrown, horrendous underfoot and constantly soaking/muddy. The rest of the walk is good

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bridge out
9 days ago

Loved this walk. Nice and easy to do, can follow the provided path or can go and explore down on the rocks if you wish if the weather is nice. Took our Cocker Spaniel who absolutely loved sniffing about and jumping up the rocks to explore. Great walk for all. Will definitley be back to do this walk again.

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great!
muddy
13 days ago

The trail starts from the southern tip of west sands and is accessible from multiple points including the camper site on A917. It's part of a larger fife trail system that reaches to Edinburgh (theoretically). Hiking/Jogging on this trail is a great pleasure as it gives you the impeccable view of the North Sea and the town of St.Andrews (if Scottish weather permits). There's also a handful of secret beaches under the cliff (saw people sunbathing there once). A couple sections are no well maintained and tend to get muddy constantly so prepare a nice pair of boots. I used it frequently as a student back in UStA, though never finishing the entire length.

Used this trail for jogging when I studied in UStA. It goes from the golf museum to the pier but you may go further on to west sands. It gives scenic views of the North Sea shortly after you past the castle. Most of the trail is along the Scores that traverses most of the old campus of the university.

Nice wee beach, not very long but with the Burntisland games and every other event happening at the field beside it you can't really go wrong if your looking for a family day out. At night it's mainly dog walkers and also seems to be the place everyone goes for a cheeky wee frolic on the sand

Good walk for keith. Feels like your on a wee holiday

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bridge out
bugs
1 month ago

Good walk, white bridge is out, so you have to walk the green bridge route (longer route)

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no shade
2 months ago

Good trail, easy access, well signposted. Ground even. Good for dogs/cyclists. Low traffic.

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off trail
2 months ago

great walk probably easier peebles to Broughton than the opposite direction

Superb walk...started at St Abbs Nature Reserve Car Park (£3 all day)...1 hour 50 mins all the way around including a 15 min tea break at the Lighthouse. Easy path to follow, ever-changing views, a bit of everything!! Thank you for this walk!!

This is good for all, flat and easy to walk. I done it with my 11 year old nephew and it took us 3 hours which included a stop for a sandwich. wasn't the warmest of days but other than that a nice walk.

Love walking here just wish the toilets were open

A little too much urban for me but a nice walk

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muddy
no shade
scramble
7 months ago

Very good walk with great views, some hills are very steep, would not recommend in wet or icy conditions.

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icy
snow
7 months ago

Great walk, the other peaks can be seen, with a slight detour they can be summited too.

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off trail
private property
8 months ago

Fab trail, beautiful views, today was windy on the hill tops.

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