Ramblers has suspended all Group Activites indefinitely - further info as available
Letter from the Chairman

I do hope this message finds you all well and that you are managing to get out for a local walk and survive lockdown. I think we can almost certainly say that the planned coach trip will not happen. We are keeping the weekend away under review. Our next committee meeting planned for the end of May has been cancelled. It's nice to make some plans for the future when restrictions are eventually lifted - here are some apps. and sites you might like to browse in the meantime:-
Komoot - gives a wide variety of walks and bike rides both here and in Europe. The app. is free to download although a one off fee is payable for additional features.
maps.the-hug.net- a free app. which allows you to zoom in on any 1:50000 O.S map and print off the particular section in which you are interested.
The Courier website - contains many of the walks featured in the paper's Saturday editions, mostly local.
what3words - a free app. being increasingly used by the emergency services. The app. divides the world into 3 metre squares each with a unique three word identifier. Gives very precise locational information. Note the Fifer emphasis on free.
Stay safe and have fun!
Regards Tam
Message from Ramblers
Our position following latest government advice:
All Ramblers group walks and activities remain suspended until further notice.
This includes led Group walks, Walking for Health schemes, all face-to-face training and meetings, path maintenance working groups, path warden and path adoption schemes, coach trips, holidays and group social events.

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.
Meeting Place
Walkers:  Lomond Centre Car Park, Woodside Way, Glenrothes KY7 5RA Map
Strollers:  St Columba's Church Car Park, Glenrothes Town Centre Map
We encourage car sharing on walks whenever possible.

Contact Information
email: info@glenrothesramblers.co.uk
Further details on Contacts Page