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Seafield Beach geology walk

Seafield Beach geology walk

Event Information

Join us for a walk along the coastal path from Seafield where local Ranger, Tony Wilson will be our expert guide as we explore life in the rockpools and the fascinating fossils in this coastal area.

The low tide will reveal a range of habitats and geological features of nature past and present. If the weather’s suitable, why not bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the end of the walk? 

Part of our Communities Connected programme. 

Additional Information

Please note that this walk is weather-dependent. In the event of forecast adverse weather, Greener Kirkcaldy staff will decide whether to go ahead with the walk the day before. We will contact attendees via phone and email if the walk cannot go ahead.

Participants should be able to walk 2 miles at a leisurely pace. The route is on paths and sand with some rocky sections. 

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs please. 

Please wear appropriate clothes for the weather. Remember to also bring your own water and snacks if you feel you need them.

Toilets will be available before and after the walk at the Morrisons nearby. 

If you want to know more specific information about the route please contact us. You can call 01592 858458 or email

Booking Instructions

The event is free but booking is required. You can choose to purchase a ticket with a donation. Donations help us do more work in our community.

If you are having trouble booking you can call 01592 858458 or email for assistance.

Accessibility information

Unfortunately, this walk is unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs, due to the terrain.

Please let us know of any accessibility requirements when booking.




10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Seafield Beach. Seafield


Greener Kirkcaldy

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