Saline Hill and Glen

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Saline Hill combines a relatively quick ascent with some of the best views in Fife; it also has the benefit of being very quiet so you can enjoy the views all to yourself.

The walk has one short, sharp climb, but the views are fantastic, along the Forth Valley towards Stirling and over the Forth to the Pentlands. After the views comes a lovely walk through the woods of Saline Glen, a remnant of the great forest that once covered most of Scotland.

The walk can be muddy underfoot, so proper footwear is advisable and it is perhaps best done in the summer or after hard frosts, rather than after a spring thaw or autumn rains.

Scotland - Central Scotland - Fife - Countryside


Great Views, Hills or Fells, Public Transport, Woodland
12/12/2014 - Richard Hardy

Considerable off lead walking as long as livestock isn't present (non present when walk was done), some on lead walking at beginning and end

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