Craighall Den is pretty woodland with a network of paths including some seating areas. You can find the small car park at the west entrance, just south of Ceres, where there is some interpretation information. The site is recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to being one of the largest and best examples of semi-natural woodland in East Fife.
Craighall Den has very much benefited from the local community’s enthusiasm and effort. We have worked in partnership with various groups, on a number of projects, to tell people about this site, while also keeping the woodland safe and enjoyable for all.
While the main route through the woodland is less than 1 mile, there are many other informal routes. You can meander along the picturesque burn and past the lime kiln. A circular core path route also takes you from Ceres through the woodland and then back again.