• Author: Walk Fife
  • Created: January 20, 2017
  • Updated: February 8, 2017
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Route type: Short Strolls
Difficulty grade: Grade 1

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  • Distance 6 km
  • Duration 1 h 34 min
  • AVG speed 4 km/h
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Tulliallan Woods sits on the outskirts of the small town of Kincardine and offers many enjoyable walks.

The route begins in the small town centre car park although there are plenty of other places you can park you car around the town should you wish to begin closer to the woods.

The route winds it way through the town until it reaches the woodland itself. The paths are fairly stable but may not be suitable for walkers with limited walking ability in the wetter seasons as they do get muddy very quickly.

The path makes its way along around the woodland and on the banks of Moor Loch. The loch is one of four that are located in the Devilla Forest area and it the second largest. It is prone to midges in the height of summer so make sure you pack repellent.

When you reach the northern most end of the loch you can decide to carry on around the loch or you can continue into the forest as we have mapped out here. Our route takes you on a well trodden trail and it a enjoyable leg of the route. This section is popular with cyclists so take care.

The trail take you back to the entrance to the woodland and from there you can make your way back through the town to the car park start point.

This route is a favourite walk for our energetic pup Loki and is  a nice wander.

Route shared with Walk Fife by Kerry and Ian Watson.

View route on OS Maps -
https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/osmaps/route/1011323/Tulliallan-Woods-Circular-Walk-Fife

1. Start - Car park

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The route begins in the small town centre car park although there are plenty of other places you can park you car around the town should you wish to begin closer to the woods.

2. End - Car park

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The trail takes you back to the entrance to the woodland and from there you can make your way back through the town to the car park start point.

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