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Core paths

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Fife Council adopted their Core Paths Plan in 2012 following a Scottish Government Local Inquiry. You can view the report by following this link (external website).

More information on Fife's core paths is available here:

Please remember that core paths can be any type of path, from public roads and street-lit cycle-ways to muddy, overgrown tracks. Information about each path and its condition will eventually be available on this website.

Core paths maps

As well as the interactive core path map, where you can pan and zoom in to the areas you require, we have also produced a series of A4 maps for download.

Please click on the publications below for the area you need. If you are unsure of the area, please take a look at the index map first, which details all the map areas and corresponding numbers.

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