A selection of lumps and bumps that make up the hills of Fife. Although of modest height, as the surrounding countryside is low lying, most provide excellent views.
The Lomond Hills are of course Fife’s highest range of hills and offer enough walks to merit their own section on this website.
|Dunearn Hill Fort||1 mile||125m||near Burntisland|
|Craigluscar Hill||2.4 miles||125m||Dunfermline|
|Glenduckie Hil Fort||3 miles||200m||Newburgh|
|Cleish hill forts||3.5 miles||200m||Cleish|
|Hill of Beath and Dalbeath Marsh||5.5 miles||200m||Cowdenbeath|
|Saline Hill||3.5 miles||270m||Steelend/Saline|
|Benarty Hill with Harran Hill||4.6 miles||300m||Lochore|
|Benarty Hill, East||7 miles||375m||Lochore|
|Saline Hill and Knock Hill||5.5 miles||380m||Steelend/Saline|
|Benarty Hill, West||8.2 miles||380m||Lochore|
|Benarty Traverse||8.5 miles||380m||Lochore|
|Norman’s Law and Glenduckie Hill||7.8 miles||500m||Newburgh|