Dunfermline and West Fife Ramblers

Group name: Dunfermline and West Fife Ramblers

This group is a part of Forth Valley, Fife & Tayside Area.

01383 728132

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 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.

Dog walkers are welcome.  While it's our group policy that walks are dog friendly unless otherwise stated, please contact the walk leader beforehand to ensure the walk is suitable.

We meet in the Leys Park Road Car Park and practice car-sharing to travel to the start of walks.

Group Committee 2017

Chairman/Webmaster    Grant Robertson

Treasurer   Alan Paul 

Secretary/Membership Secretary     Alan McGuckin

Assistant Secretary  Jean Barclay

Walks Programme Co-ordinator  Alan Paul

Committee Members Jean Barclay, Olive Inglis, Maureen Paul, Anne Laird

Footpath & Access Contact  Alan Paul

! NEWS !

Advance notice of the October long weekend:

AUTUMN: Friday, October 6th to Sunday, October 8th, 2017 - based in Grantown-on-Spey.

For both weekends, walks will be planned on each day, with flexibiity as regards grade. We usually arrange our own accommodation. Anyone interested should contact Grant Robertson (01577 208436 or 07936 738581) or Alan Paul (01383 727875 or 07739 169674) to discuss.

Get your hotels and B&B booked!​ This is the start of the October school holidays for some. So far, some members have booked the Garth Hotel and the Grant Arms Hotel.

Walks being considered include: Ben Rinnes, a Corbett with good paths and superb views (grade B), Anagach Woods and River Spey, beside Grantown itself (grade B/C) and Abernethy Forest, RSPB's biggest nature reserve (grade B/C). Have a look at Walkhighlands website for ideas. They also highlight accommodation.