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Your Countryside, Your Trails, Your Choice - Fieldfare Trust

The Fieldfare Trust is running a Fife based project which aims to make the core path networks of the area more inclusive with funding from the Leader Programme and local councils. Better outdoor access opportunities for all disabled people are a key goal and disabled volunteers already becoming involved in the project.


Fieldfare Trust has two websites running just now.

Their www.phototrails.org website has information on paths such as gradient, barriers and surface conditions so that disabled people can view the path before visiting, enabling people to make their own judgement on whether it is accessible for them.


This website has a new and expanding database of trails throughout the country. Phototrails is here to help everyone discover and enjoy access to the countryside, tailored to their own needs and preferences.


This website aims to help all lovers of the countryside to find locations where they can enjoy the enormous benefits of recreation in the great outdoors. Each walk is described through a slideshow of photographs, providing information which lets you see just what the walk is like. They include information on the surrounding environment, the walk distance and the features and highlights that you will find along the way.


You can search for walks near to where you live or, you can plan routes that you might do while visiting friends or taking a holiday.


www.phototrails.org/
This website contains the Photo`s taken of the trails that have been assessed in the UK plus details of the conditions of the trails at the time it was assessed.
Below are the trails that have been done so far in available Fife:
Birnie Loch (Collessie), Blairadam - Blairenbathie Trail (Kelty), Blairadam - Glen Trail (Kelty), Blairadam - Keltyhill Glen Trail (Kelty), The Den (Cardenden), Devilla - Red Squirrel Walk (Kincardine), Drum Road (Lochgelly), Dunfermline - Clackmannan Cycleway (Dunfermline),
Lochgelly Public Park (Lochgelly), Lochore Meadows (Ballingry), Magus Muir (Strathkinness), Pittencrieff Park (Dunfermline), Ravenscraig Park (Kirkcaldy), Woodend Community Woodland (Cowdenbeath).


 The second website www.fieldfare.org.uk only contains a map with the trails on it with a bar below containing the photos taken along the trail`s
Photo maps are a way you can have a look at some of the paths the Inclusive Networks Project team have surveyed. www.fieldfare.org.uk

This website only contains Photo`s and trails that are not yet ready to go onto the other website. Below are the trails that are available on this website in Fife:
Beveridge Park (Kirkcaldy), Dunnikier Park (Kirkcaldy), Long Braes Plantation (Kirkcaldy), Middle Den (Kirkcaldy),Rabbit Braes Community Park (Kirkcaldy), The Braes (Lochgelly), Valleyfield, West Fife Cycleway, Stenton Pond.

The image of the www.phototrails.org website below, containing information on the surrounding environment, the walk distance and the features and highlights that you will find along the way.

The image below of the www.phototrails.org.uk website below, only contains a map with the trails on it with a bar below containing the photos taken along the trails with some route information.  The below image is of The Lochore Meadows Country Park

 

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Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1TE
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