What we do

Walking meets and specialist walks

  • We organise spring and autumn weekend breaks each year, usually for three nights but you can choose to come for fewer…or more! Recently we visited Moffat and prior to the pandemic we enjoyed time in Gairloch and the Isle of Arran. We explore the area with walks of varying lengths and heights, so that there is something to suit everyone. The breaks are a great chance to socialise, with evening meals taken together, where you can relax and get to know your fellow walkers better.
  • We arrange specialist walks, such as the festive season, giving us the chance to enjoy a short, local walk, followed by Christmas lunch
  • Recently, one of our members, active in Dunfermline's Heritage Trust, led us on a Boundary Walk of the town, before a wee dram, or soupcon of something else festive, at a local beauty spot


Our group encourages members to be involved in various ways:

  • you could lead walks
  • Ramblers Scotland provides professionally-delivered training in all aspects of walking and hillwalking, including map reading and guiding people safely
  • you could be involved with
  • local conservation and wildlife activities
  • local path and access issues
  • outdoor and heritage organisations