View from the Fife Coastal Path near Macduff's Castle by East Wemyss
Fife Coastal Path
West Wemyss and East Wemyss
 OS MAP SHOWING THE FIFE COASTAL PATH ROUTE THROUGH WEST WEMYSS AND EAST WEMYSS
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WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR


■ Old tower ruins and castles, like the remains of Macduff's Castle or the still-occupied Wemyss Castle.
■ Ancient caves in the red sandstone cliffs.
WARNING! DO NOT GO ANYWHERE NEAR THE CAVES OR THE RED SANDSTONE CLIFFS AS THEY HAVE BECOME EXTREMELY DANGEROUS AND UNSTABLE WITH HUGE CHUNKS OF STONE FALLING OFF. STAY WELL CLEAR!
The map above is an interactive map provided by Ordnance Survey. The map, as it is shown when you first open this web page, is exactly as you will see it on the Ordnance Survey 'Landranger 59, St Andrews & Kirkcaldy area' map, which has a scale of 1:50000 or one-and-a-quarter inches to a mile. Although the Fife Coastal Path is very well signposted, you are advised to have a paper copy of this map, and others for the sections of the Fife Coastal Path that you intend to walk. As you can see, the Fife Coastal Path is clearly marked on the map as a line of small red diamonds. Try not to zoom out on the above map, as you will lose the route of the Path. You can use the directional arrows to look at areas of the path to either side of that shown.
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