NCN Route 767 is a short cycle route which connects Alloa and Dollar in Clackmannanshire. It follows an old railway line for much of the way, and is also the route of the Devon Way, which follows the River Devon.
The route starts on NCN76 to the south of Alloa town centre and heads north along the Alloa Waggonway to the A907. Crossing the town centre ring road, it passes the Station, and follows the Devon Way north along the old railway line to Sauchie. Here it briefly runs alongside the A908 through parkland, before the two diverge again. After crossing the B9140, the Devon Way is back alongside the A908 as they curve eastwards towards Tillicoultry. The old railway bridge over the Devon is long gone, so a new path has been built through woodland alongside the road, before dropping down to cross the river at Sterling Mills.
Back on the railway, the A908 is crossed as the Devon Way heads east, loosely following the north bank of the meandering River Devon, and the running through woodland alongside the A91 for a while. Eventually, the edge of Dollar is reached, and the Devon Way curves around the southern edge of the pretty village. The B913 passes overhead, and then the Dollar Burn is crossed. The cycle route and Devon Way stretch as far as Lover's Loan, which heads north back into the village, but NCN767 may come to an end earlier.
Although footpaths continue eastwards to Yetts of Muckhart, there is no public plan to extend NCN767 at present. The railway line turned south to cross the river again, but this bridge is also missing.