Dear members
With Spring upon us and some renewed hope of the easing of some of the current restrictions, please keep a weather eye on the Glenrothes Ramblers website for any developments with regard to the resumption of walks. We are a long way from restarting a formal program, but we are considering some restricted ad hoc walks when the government guidelines allow. To that end, the committee is meeting via Zoom on 15 March to discuss just how that can safely be done. We will continue to err on the side of caution. In the meantime, I hope you all enjoy some time outdoors in the Spring weather.

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