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Balbirnie is good and there is fields up the back of Markinch where i take my pair for a run. Feel free to join us anytime.:)

There is Star moss and rezi as well. Im sure there are many more but thats the ones i use most. :D
 

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Depends what you want.

Beaches - Kingsbarns(amazing beach, very dog friendly and fairly well enclosed)

Lower Largo/Shell Bay(depending what end you start at...another fantastic doggy beach, lots of open space and is a good 8 miles or so long)

Tentsmuir(Probably the biggest beach in Fife, has an amazing forest too with tons of paths, you could spend days there!!!)

Foresty bits - Tenstmuir

Keils Den(quite small but a lovely place to visit)

Other general walks

Loch Leven, it's a nature reserve so dogs must be onlead but it's a lovely place.

The Lomond hills, great views, might encounter sheep

Lochore Meadows, very dog friendly, lots of woods/parkland/water etc

The Fife coastal path, my favourite stretch is Elie to Pittenweem, lots of different terrains and the views are spectacular :D
 
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