For more information, see the Location section on the About the Race page ....
For information on what to do once you've arrived, see the Competitor Information section on the About the Race page ....
From the North
Following signs for Dunfermline/Edinburgh, travel south on the M90, until Junction 1. Take a left onto the A921, and head along the Fife Coastal road, following the brown Tourist route signs to Burntisland and continuing through into Kinghorn.
From the East (A92/A921)
Follow signs for Kirkcaldy, then take the coastal route (A921) to Kinghorn.
From the South (A90/A921)
Crossing the Forth Road Bridge, leave the motorway at Junction 1. Take a right onto the A921, and head along the Fife Coastal road, following the brown Tourist route signs to Burntisland and continuing through into Kinghorn.
From the West (A985)/Kincardine Bridge
Turn right off the Kincardine bridge onto the A985 and continue through Rosyth, until the M90. Go straight through the roundabout, onto the A921 and head along the Fife Coastal road, following the brown Tourist route signs to Burntisland and continuing through into Kinghorn.
Please be aware, Scotrail have announced a new temporary timetable that will be in effect on race night This has very limited options for trains stopping in Kinghorn, and the last trains are very early in the evening. We recommend finding alternatives to travelling by train this year.
We have written to our local councillors and MSP on this matter and if anything changes we’ll update the website with details.
Bus routes and times can be checked on the Stagecoach website
There is an airport at Glenrothes (Fife), and also across the water in Edinburgh. For the more extravagant of you or for those with more money than sense, then you could probably land your helicopter on the sand or just outside Kinghorn in a field.