Paths, parks and countryside areas

Fife Coastal Path

  • Start point: Kincardine
  • End point: Neburgh
  • Distance or area: 117 miles (187km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Central Scotland

The Fife Coastal Path runs from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in the north for a distance of 117 miles, bringing walkers past pretty villages, along award-winning beaches, over rugged cliffs and even to the origin of modern golf in St Andrews!

More information:www.fifecoastalpath.co.uk

Rob Roy Way

  • Start point: Drymen
  • End point: Pitlochry
  • Distance or area: 77 or 94 miles (124 or 151km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Central Scotland

This route pays homage to Scottish folk hero, outlaw and legend Robert Roy MacGregor, known as Rob Roy, and the routes he and others used during the Jacobite uprisings and clan feuds of the 17th and 18th centuries.

More information:www.robroyway.com

Dava Way

  • Start point: Grantown-on-Spey
  • End point: Forres
  • Distance or area: 24 miles (39km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Northern Scotland

The Dava Way links the historic towns of Forres in Moray with Grantown-on-Spey in the Cairngorms National Park. Almost all of the route follows the old Highland Railway line and so is off-road and away from traffic.

More information:www.davaway.org.uk

Speyside Way

  • Start point: Buckie
  • End point: Aviemore
  • Distance or area: 65 miles (105km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Northern Scotland

This route links the Moray coast with the edge of the Cairngorms. It starts at Buckie on the coast and follows the course of the Speyside Valley to Aviemore for 65 miles. There is an off-shoot walk of 15 miles that stretches walkers further on a challenging route from Ballindalloch to Tomintoul.

More information:www.speysideway.org

Clyde Walkway

  • Start point: Patrick, Glasgow
  • End point: New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Distance or area: 40 miles (65km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Southern Scotland

This route begins in the heart of Glasgow and ends at the former cotton mill village and now UNESCO World Heritage Site of New Lanark, giving an insight into the industrial heritage of the Clyde Valley while taking in natural delights including wooded gorges and the ‘Falls of Clyde’.

More information:www.visitlanarkshire.com