This circular summer walk around Loch Leven takes in many beautiful spots including varied woods and marshland. It is particularly renowned for its birdlife. There are several opportunities for caféstops along the way!
The ruined Loch Leven Castle sits on a small island in the loch and can be visited by ferry (from Kinross pier) in the summer. Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned here in 1567. The largest island, St Serf’s, has the remains of an Augustinian Priory founded in 1150.
Loch Leven is a National Nature Reserve and the route skirts the RSPB Loch Leven Reserve which sits on its southern shore. Ospreys fish in the loch in the summer and there are also red squirrels.