Take on The Royal Bank of Scotland Kiltwalk in 2018 and raise funds for the STV Children's Appeal.
New for 2018: The STV Children's Appeal have limited free charity places at all Kiltwalk events when you pledge to raise a minimum of £200. Details of the variety of events you can sign up for are below:
After four incredible events in 2017 we are ready for more Striding, Strolling and Wandering in 2018. The Kiltwalk is bigger and better than ever with STV Appeal receiving 140% of all fundraising which will go towards helping the 1 in 4 young people affected by poverty. Read the full terms and conditions here.
With something for all ages and abilities, choose from The Wee Wander, The Big Stroll or The Mighty Stride.
Glasgow Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 29 April 2018
Last year over 7000 Kiltwalkers took part making it the biggest ever Kiltwalk!
All three usual Kiltwalk distances will return, choose from a Mighty Stride (approx. 26 miles), a Big Stroll (approx. 13 miles) or the Wee Wander (approx. 6 miles)
Aberdeen Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 3 June 2018
All three distances – Mighty Stride, Big Stroll and Wee Wander will return. Further route updates for Kiltwalk Aberdeen 2018 will be coming soon…
Dundee Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 19 August 2018
Setting off from the stunning and world famous surroundings of the St Andrews Old Course and taking in some iconic sites on the way.
All three distances and routes – Mighty Stride, Big Stroll and Wee Wander will return for 2018.
Edinburgh Kiltwalk takes place on , Sunday 16 September 2018
Taking in all the iconic sights that the Capital city has to offer the Kiltwalk in Edinburgh is a unique way to see the city.
All three distances – Mighty Stride, Big Stroll and Wee Wander will return. Standby for more details on the 2018 Edinburgh route, coming soon…
Once you've signed up
The easiest way to raise and collect money is by setting up your own fundraising page after registering with Kiltwalk, this allows people to donate quickly and securely.
Good Luck and Thank You for helping young people and children affected by poverty in Scotland.