• Author: Walk Fife
  • Created: November 11, 2016
  • Updated: February 8, 2017
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Route type: Short Strolls
Difficulty grade: Grade 1

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  • Distance 2 km
  • Duration 31 min
  • AVG speed 4 km/h
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Rhind Hill sits  on the outskirts of Glenrothes and is an excellent short walk.

The route begins and ends in a woodland car park which offers plenty of spaces.

The route takes you from the carpark on to a well trodden path through the woods. As you approach the edge of the wood you have to hop the fence into a field at the base of the hill. You can then make your way to the top of the hill which is marked by a Ordnance Survey trig point.

The return leg takes you down the hill and back into the woods and back on to the path which you then follow back to your starting point.

I found this route when I first moved in to the area and was doing a little bit of exploring of the surrounding area with my son and grandkids and it is one we have walked many times in the summer months.

This route is not suitable for walkers with limited ability due to the terrain.

Route shared with Walk Fife by Neil Coates.

View route on OS Maps -
https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/osmaps/route/923030/Rhind-Hill-Circular-Walk-Fife

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Rhind Hill sits on the outskirts of Glenrothes and is an excellent short walk.

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I found this route when I first moved in to the area and was doing a little bit of exploring of the surrounding area with my son and grandkids and it is one we have walked many times in the summer months.

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