In 2010, as well as the main Kiltwalk from Hampden to Loch Lomond, TACC supporters also organised other Kiltwalks in Scotland, England and the US
It's our hope that in 2011 and in coming years more and more Kiltwalks will take place around the World - expat Scots doing their bit for their local communities
24 Walkers - 1 Ben Nevis
Not content with walking from Hampden to Loch Lomond, a few of the dafter elements of the Tartan Army & friends who wanted to do something in the wilds of Scotland for charity, decided to walk from Glen Coe over the Devil's Staircase & down & up & down & up & ...well you get the picture, all the way to Ben Nevis, then up & down that too. 29 miles in all.
Chris and the guys who did the Ben Nevis Kiltwalk raised nearly £12,000. TACC in turn donated £5,500 to their other chosen children's charity - Hopscotch.
Kennet and Avon Canal Kiltwalk
TACC were excited to announce the first (of hopefully many) Kiltwalk outside of Scotland - Scot's doing their bit for disadvantaged children in their local area.
Jim Finlay and friends organised a 26 miles walk along the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal from Pewsey in Wiltshire to Thatcham in Berkshire.
The local cause they supported was Naomi House, a hospice that provides respite care for life-limited children and their families.
Check back for an update on future KiltWalks around the country.