Current weather conditions are causing issues at many Fife Coast & Countryside Trust sites.
Please be aware and exercise caution.
These are a list of current reports from our Rangers, they are far from exhaustive, so please expect difficult conditions at all sites and be prepared to change your plans to ensure your safely, particularly on the Fife Coastal Path.
Rock and Spindle:
The Rock and Spindle at Kinkell Braes is exceptionally muddy. With 4.5m waves currently hitting the high tide pinch point It is strongly suggested that this section is avoided unless absolutely necessary this week
Normans Law-Fliskmillan Road to Brunton (Including Pittachope lay by):
This section of road is a running stream 3 inches deep, verges are full and flooded and walkers would need to walk in the line of traffic, which is not safe in current conditions.
Very, very wet and muddy. Best avoided.
Shell Bay - Earlsferry:
This section is narrow, exposed and prone to becoming very muddy and slippery with a possibility of land slips.
This path is under repair at present but because of the bad weather the surfacing has become extremely muddy and in some places virtually impassable. We would advise that the area is best avoided at present until the wet weather subsides.