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Fife Pilgrim Way

The Fife Pilgrim Way is a 64 mile trail following the medieval pilgrim route from North Queensferry to St Andrews. Opened in July 2019 and managed by the Fife Coast & Countryside Trust, the route is broken down into 7 stages with the last leg of the journey passing through Craigtoun Country Park en route from Ceres to St Andrews. You can read up on each stage of the journey here and you can also follow The Fife Pilgrim Way Facebook page to be kept up-to-date on developments and organised walks. Don't forget to pop into the Craigtoun Cafe for a cuppa or a nice, cold drink to fuel yourself up for the final part of the journey that will take you all the way to St Andrews Cathedral!

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