Loch Leven Heritage Trail
Loch Leven Heritage Trail is a unique trail linking
natural, historic and cultural heritage around Loch Leven.
The 21km trail is level and barrier-free for most
of its length. The Trail is suitable for walkers of all ages and
abilities, for cyclists, for wheelchair and motorised scooter users.
(Please note access to RSPB Loch Leven is via a tunnel under the
road with steps – wheelchair users are advised to use Findatie
carpark for access to the south section of the Trail)
Responsible dog walkers are welcome. Owners are
reminded that, as most of the Trail is in Loch Leven National Nature
Reserve, dogs must be under proper control at all times. As in all
public places, dog waste must be removed.
Cyclists ae reminded that this is a multi use path and they are
asked to adjust their speed to respect other users.The use of bells
by cyclists is much appreciated by walkers.
The Trail can be broken down into 5 easily managed, shorter walks.
See guides on the right.
On your visit, please
Take responsibility for your own actions
Respect the interests of other people
Care for the environment
Find out more by visiting
The trail was delivered by The Rural Access Committee
of Kinross-shire (TRACKS). For further information: George Lawie
01577 862168 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org