Thursday  10/09/2020 -  Limited restart of Group Walks. See Group Programme page
Letter from the Chairman
Dear members,
This is a short note to let you know that the committee had an informal get together on the 17 July (outside and socially distanced!) to talk about the possibility of resuming led walks.
We agreed:-
1 Subject to the continued easing of Covid 19 restrictions and dependent on government advice, we might resume led walks on 10 September.
2 Initially, the aim is to meet in smaller groups with a rough 4 way split of Glenrothes North, South, East and West.
3 To start with, the walks will be led by John, Chris and Betty, Les, and Catherine and Tam.
4 The walks will be quite local and chosen so that there is adequate parking, given that we cannot car share.
5 Walks will be advertised on our web site and walkers will be asked to pre register so that numbers can be controlled to a manageable level.
6 Walks will be on a Thursday to start with when paths are generally quieter.
7 Walkers will be asked for their contact details should it be necessary to invoke the test and trace system.
8 Recognising that these ways of walking together are new and untried, the weekend walkers will trial the system to be followed by the Strollers.
Regards, Tam

         We now have a limited Programme of walks, adhering to current Scottish covid regulations.

We are a walking group who undertake a range of regular walks, mainly in the Fife area.
Walks are every weekend. Most walks are between 7 and 10 miles with limited climbing, but there are some more strenuous walks.
See our Group Programme for details of planned walks including start points, length and walks grading.
We also have a Strollers Group for those who prefer a shorter or less demanding walk. They meet every Thursday at  10 am. Walks are 4 - 6 miles, last 2 - 3 hours and are all within 10 miles of Glenrothes. There is no programme, walks are arranged on the day depending on the weather. If you don't have a car, don't worry, there's usually enough transport!
You are welcome to join us free of charge for two or three walks, then if you wish to continue, become a member of the Ramblers' Association by paying the annual subscription.(see below).
Walkers who join the Ramblers Association receive a twice yearly Joint Walks Programme listing all the walks provided in the Forth Valley, Fife and Tayside Area. See Area Programme.
Change your lifestyle and join our friendly group on one of our walks, you will be made most welcome. All you need is a good pair of walking boots, waterproof clothing (just in case as this is Scotland!), plenty to drink and a snack.
Contact Information
Further details on Contacts Page