Loch Leven Heritage Trail
- The full circuit of the Loch Leven Heritage Trail is now open.
- The route is round the loch's entire 21km circumference, it is mostly level and barrier-free, providing excellent access for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users.
- The Loch is a National Nature Reserve with rare plants, insects and thousands of breeding and wintering birds. It is one of the most important areas for wildfowl in Europe.
- Access at Vane Farm is by a flight of steps and at Findatie by a long slope (1:12).
- The newly opened part of the trail, between Vane Farm and Kinross, follows a route away from the edge of the loch shore where there is a refuge for wildlife. Users of the trail are therefore requested to stay on the path.
- Maps of adjacent path networks
Facilities and events
- Electric wheelchairs [113Kb] are available to hire at Loch Leven's Larder.
- There is an automated toilet in Kirkgate Park which is available all year from 9 am - 7 pm (24hour access with a RADAR key.
- The toilet at the Kinross M90 Service Station is operated as part of the PKC comfort scheme
- On foot: Travel between Kinross Pier and Vane Farm or join the Trail at Mary's Gate, Burleigh Sands, Channel Farm, Grahamstone or Findatie.
- Public transport: Visit Traveline Scotland to plan your journey
- Car park: There are many car parks along the route including Kirgate Park and Burleigh Sands.
View our Kinross area path closures page for information regarding path closures.
If you come across any problems on the paths, including signposts and path furniture such as stiles and gates, please report them to us by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01738 475000.