A gem of an area for outdoor enthusiasts with countless options for walking and cycling in the local area.
Hugging the shores of Loch Leven, Kinrossshire’s historical relevance is well documented and right at its heart lies Loch Leven and Loch Leven Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was famously held prisoner in 1567.
A recently developed path called the Loch Leven Trails has been developed which offers 12.5 km of walking and cycling heritage trail around the shoreline of Loch Leven. It begins at RSPB Vane Farm Nature Reserve via Findatie to Kinross Pier/Kirkgate Park.
Loch Leven Heritage Trail
Path and bridge installation from the Cashmere Shop to Kinross Pier The Trust gave a grant towards the installation of the latest section of path on the Loch Leven Heritage Trail. This section runs from the Todd & Duncan Cashmere Shop across a new bridge over the River Queich to Kinross Pier. Here you can hire fishing boats, take a boat trip out t...
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Falls of Bruar
The woodland surrounding the Bruar gorge is a living memorial to the poet Robert Burns.