Friday, 31 August 2007
The Fife Scotland Coast
The Fife Coast, from the Forth Bridges to Leuchars by the Castles Coast and the East Neuk. The Fife Coast has long been a popular area for walkers. Hamish Brown, writer, traveller and climber, has compiled a fascinating book of walks which take the reader from the Forth Bridge along the Castles Coast, by Aberdour, Ravenscraig, Wemyss and many more, and then into the East Neuk. The book is divided into sections and can be used as a town guide or, better, to allow the reader to walk either the complete route or to sample the delights of a particular spot. It is packed with information and pictures that illustrate an area full of historical charm and natural beauty. Dalmeny, South Queensferry, Inchcolm, Over the Bridge, North Queensferry. After travelling to Dalmeny and Queensferry the day is spent in local explorations, a sail to Inchcolm, the Iona of the East, and then walking on across the vast suspension bridge to the Fife shore. A relaxing day to pick up the mood of quiet, historical villages and just being on the fresh Firth of Forth coast. The Fife Coast: From the Forth Bridges to Leuchars by the Castles Coast and the East Neuk.