GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy

31 miles (50 km)

Travel along National Cycle routes 1 and 76, taking you along the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy.
The route starts in the centre of Edinburgh, near the famous castle, and heads through the suburbs of Roseburn and Barnton to the coast where you can enjoy a lovely traffic free section that runs along the Firth of Forth to Queensferry. Here you cross the Forth Bridge and continue on through Inverkeithing before turning east towards the lovely Dalgety Bay.
The ride continues along the Firth of Forth to Aberdour where you join a pleasant traffic free section to Burntisland, with views of Silversands Bay. An on road section then takes you to Kinghorn and then onto Kirkcaldy where you finish with another traffic free run along the front, taking you to Kirkcaldy Harbour.

Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


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Edinburgh Castle

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Water of Leith, Roseburn

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Crammond Bridge over the River Almond near Barnton

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Barnbougle Castle, on the Firth of Forth

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Forth Bridge and Firth of Forth approaching Queensferry

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Dalgety Bay

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Firth of Forth from Aberdour

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Kirkcaldy Harbour

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GPS Files

GPX File

Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy.mmo (right click - 'Save As')