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Fide Coastal Path and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Re: Fide Coastal Path and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Postby Sgurr » Sun Oct 24, 2021 12:31 pm

There are much more scenic bits through the East Neuk fishing villages, indeed North from Cambo might have beemore interesting and avoided the statics Still, loads to do another time.
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Re: Fide Coastal Path and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Postby 1Magnus » Mon Oct 25, 2021 10:59 am

I'd like to second what walkerali says. I live locally, and don't even check for tidal times any more - when I get to the bit that may be flooded at high tide, and it turns out to be under water, I just climb that steep slope, cross some fences and bypass that bit of the coastal path. It's all part of the adventure!

If you're planning to walk a longer stretch of the coastal path as part of a long-distance venture, you might just like to keep an eye on the tidal movements.
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