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Registration for Dundee and Edinburgh open

Kiltwalk's no.1 priority is to raise funds now for those who need it most.

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The 2020 Glasgow Kiltwalk has been postponed.

We are geared up to deliver the Glasgow Kiltwalk 2020 as soon as it is safe to do so, in the meantime, find out how this year's Glasgow fundraising is already making a huge difference.

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The 2020 Aberdeen Kiltwalk has been postponed.

We are geared up to deliver the Aberdeen Kiltwalk 2020 as soon as it is safe to do so, in the meantime, find out how this year's Aberdeen fundraising is already making a huge difference.

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Sunday 16 August 2020

Across St. Andrews, Dundee and Fife, walk from the Old Course in St. Andrews, Tayport or the V&A museum and finish up on the Monifeith beach.

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Sunday 13 September 2020

The Kiltwalk in the Capital! Starting from Holyrood Park, Musselburgh Race Course or Gypsy Brae and finishing at the home of Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield.

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The Pop-Up Kiltwalk is returning in 2020! Standby for more news coming soon...

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I loved that thought of helping such a good cause and who doesn't like a bit of tartan coupled with such a feel good factor?

Izzy Conway

Venue Kiltie

Give 150% to your charity

The Kiltwalk is a unique way to raise funds for a charity or cause you care about. You raise 100% for your chosen charity and The Hunter Foundation adds 50%.

How it works

Headline sponsor

The Royal Bank of Scotland support helps to keep the Kiltwalk model sustainable and ensures that 150% of all fundraising goes back to charity.

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Without them, it wouldn't happen

The Kiltwalk wouldn’t be possible without the backing of our big hearted sponsors.

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Headline sponsor

Everything from car giveaways, to filming, van hire and printing. Arnold Clark are central to the growth of the Kiltwalk Platform and the support we give our incredible network of charities.

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Powering the Kiltwalk

Founded by Sir Tom Hunter, The Hunter Foundation is the backbone of the Kiltwalk Fundraising Platform. They revived it in 2016 by underwriting the charity and gave it a new lease of life with a new fundraising model.

How It Works

The Mighty Stride

Get those walking shoes on and prepare yourself for the ultimate Kiltwalk challenge! Change lives as you take on a 20+ mile route.

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The Big Stroll

Get your team together and get ready for an unforgettable experience on your Big Stroll. Take in the sights in some of Scotland's most iconic locations as you cover over 10 miles.

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The Wee Wander

The Wee Wander is the perfect day out for the whole family – even your dog can come! Enjoy great company and beautiful scenery as you walk around 6 miles.

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Thank you for your Kiltwalk Kindness."

Sir Tom Hunter

Scottish Philanthropist, Businessman & Founder of The Hunter Foundation

With you every step

If the walking challenge isn’t for you, why not apply to be a Kiltie Volunteer at the 2020 Kiltwalk events.

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Huge thanks to everyone who sponsored us to do #KiltwalkEdinburgh - we raised over £420

Heather Kinf @hevsk

September 2019

#kiltwalkkindness

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Official Grant Making Partner

Anyone who selects ‘The Kiltwalk’ during registration will have their funds distributed by our Official Grant Making Partner – STV Children’s Appeal.

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Come on join in, why not?"

Judy Murray

Kiltwalk Trustee

2020 Merchandise

Look the part on the big day with your Official Kiltwalk 2020 Merchandise! T-shirts, hats, jackets and much more are available right now.

2020 Merch