Like the Walk Fife team, many walkers across Fife are looking forward to the coming autumnal months as they prepare to enjoy the gentle rustle of autumn leaves under foot.

The months of October and November in Fife are full of wonderful displays of rich autumnal colours thanks to the region’s rich natural heritage.

There are many places in Fife where you can enjoy the autumn on foot. Local parks, hills, gardens, lochs and coastal trails are ideal for seeing the best of the region’s autumnal displays.

Here are some routes which are ideal for enjoying autumn in Fife while walking…

Cambo Circular

The coastal scenery and well kept woodland of this route provides a wonderful place to enjoy the colours of autumn. This is a route for all the family to enjoy especially when the leaves turn a vivid gold as the trail takes on a magical and fairy like quality.

Auchtermuchty Wander

This route takes you from woodland and further on through the countryside that surrounds the town of Auchtermuchty. You will see the vibrant red and gold foliage that flanks the pathways and trails and if you visit just prior to sunset the hues intensify becoming almost like natures own version of a firework display.

Aberdour Circular

This coastal trail is full of autumnal from the very start. From the tree lined avenue that leads you past the Aberdour Golf Course and onwards through the village itself to heading down along the wooded coastal path, every step is a journey into autumn. On a still day the waters of the Firth of Forth reflect the beautifully rugged surrounding scenery.

Get out there and enjoy the show!

Fife certainly provides beautiful location to enjoy this visually stunning season. If you have an autumn walk that you think other visitors to the Walk Fife website may enjoy then please share it with us or drop a comment in the box below.

Happy walking!

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