The Ramblers is dedicated to protecting footpaths and other places to which the public has a right of way or access on foot, defending the beauty of the countryside and promoting walking for all.
The Ramblers in the UK (England, Scotland, and Wales) has more than 120,000 members in about 50 Areas and over 500 local groups.
Forth Valley, Fife & Tayside Area of the Ramblers covers a large part of east central Scotland, ranging from Falkirk to Montrose. The Area has more than 1300 members in thirteen local groups.
Walks Our groups organise hundreds of walks each year for their members. Visitors from other areas and groups and anyone interested in walking and the aims of The Ramblers are welcome to join us on these walks. It's not all about the walks - there is good company to be enjoyed too. Walks range from Munros and other mountains to short easy strolls and everything in between. Start gently and gradually raise your fitness. You may surprise yourself.
The St. Andrews & North East Fife Group have produced two leaflets of walks. One for Cupar based walks and one for St. Andrews.
Click on an image to view a PDF version of the leaflet.