Support us Events Bridge to Bridge hike The Bridge to Bridge Hike organised by Cupar Round Table, now in its sixth year, is an annual 50-mile charity trek across Fife. Setting off at sunrise from the Forth Rail Bridge, the route meanders through the former mining towns of west Fife, around the majestic twin beacons of the Lomond hills and over the rolling agricultural landscape of North East Fife, before arriving at the Tay Rail Bridge around midnight. It’s Fife, but as rarely experienced before. Participants can choose to walk the entire route, individual segments, or to get together with family/friends/colleagues to walk the route as a team relay. A pick-and-mix approach may be taken. The hike is split over six sections: Section 1: North Queensferry to Fife Leisure Park Section 2: Fife Leisure Park to Lochgelly Section 3: Lochgelly to Leslie Section 4: Leslie to Kettlebridge Section 5: Kettlebridge to Cupar Section 6: Cupar to Wormit The Bridge to Bridge Hike is a great, natural way to network with others looking for a challenge and to raise funds for good causes. As one of the chosen charities this year we would love to have our yellow walkers representing and spreading awareness about our services. Ready to sign up and get going? There are two ways you can sign up; securing your own place or applying for a free entry code (minimum sponsorship required). Book your place Secure your own place - register on the eventbite page and choose The Yard as your charity. You set your own sponsorship target, and we are on hand to provide fundraising support and send out your The Yard yellow t-shirt. Apply for a free place We have a very limited number of codes that give you free entry to the event. All you have to do is click 'Enquire' below and commit to raising the minimum in sponsorship to support The Yard's services. By applying for a free place, you agree to raise a minimum target of £150. If you would like to speak to a member of the team, please get in touch with our fundraising team. Booking for this event has now closed.