The 2020 Glasgow Kiltwalk has been postponed

In light of recent events we have made the difficult but well considered decision to postpone this year's Glasgow Kiltwalk.

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

As we find ourselves in an unprecedented period of disruption, Sir Tom Hunter and the Kiltwalk team would like your help. If you can, please keep registering and fundraising and the monies will go your charities sooner and we will add the 50% Hunter Foundation bonus to your fundraising totals.

Glasgow monies, plus the 50% top up, will start going out to your charities from 31st March.

Please register now and start fundraising to help your charity. They need us more now than ever. Find out more

Download Your Glasgow 2020 Sponsorship Form

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Check out the official range of Kiltwalk 2020 Merchandise.


Find out more about this year's entry prices below.


(Open to children from 13 years)

Included - Event Entry, Walker Pack, two meals, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk finishers medal and access to all event entertainment


(Open to children from 10 years)

Included - Event Entry, Walker Pack, one meal, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk finishers medal and access to all event entertainment



(Free entry for children under 5 years)

Included - Event Entry, Walker Pack, one meal, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk finishers medal and access to all event entertainment

Download your Kiltwalk Glasgow 2020 Sponsorship Form here.


Thanks to our Glasgow event sponsors – they make everything possible!

Headline Sponsor

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

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Headline Sponsor

Everything from car giveaways, to filming, van hire, printing and more; Arnold Clark are central to the growth and success of the Kiltwalk.

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Gold Sponsor

Scotland’s largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants and business advisors, Johnston Carmichael, provide huge support to the Kiltwalk fundraising platform.

Sponsor story

Powering the Kiltwalk.

The Kiltwalk is powered by The Hunter Foundation. Sir Tom and The Foundation boost all Kiltwalk fundraising by an additional 50%.

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Check out Pit Stop locations at Kiltwalk Glasgow and find out which Charity Partners will be bringing the fun along the route.

Pit Stop 1

Riverside Museum - G3 8RS

Charity Partner - Beatson Cancer Charity

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Pit Stop 2

Yoker Sports Centre - G14 0LN

Pit Stop 3

Three Queens Square - Clydebank G81 1PA

Pit Stop 4

Erskine Ferry Road - G60 5DF

Pit Stop 5

Bowling - G60 5AF

Pit Stop 6

Meadow Leisure Centre - Meadow Road, Dumbarton, G82 2AA

Pit Stop 7

Vale of Leven FC - G83 0SR


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Find out more about the Aberdeen Kiltwalk

The 2020 Aberdeen Kiltwalk has been postponed.

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Find out more about the Dundee Kiltwalk

On August 16 we're Kiltwalking across Fife, St Andrews and Dundee.

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Find out more about the Edinburgh Kiltwalk

The Kiltwalk takes over the Capital on September 13.

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Walker Guide

General Information

Food & Drink

All our Pit Stops dish out delicious ALDI Scotland snacks and provide water to keep you going throughout the walk. Your meal voucher is redeemable for a hot meal at the Food Marquee in the Kiltwalk Village. Mighty Stride walkers will also enjoy a light snack at Pit Stop 2. We encourage you to bring additional food supplies to see you through the day.

Keep Hydrated

It’s vitally important that you keep well hydrated. We recommend that you drink small amounts regularly, not just when you’re thirsty. Water is available at all Pit Stops.


Walkers are expected to use the toilets provided across the route. All Pit Stops have toilets. Baby changing facilities are available in the accessible toilets located at all starts, Pit Stops and the Kiltwalk Village.


Our amazing charity and sponsor partners will be providing entertainment at Pit Stops, keeping you motivated and encouraging you throughout the journey. There may even be a few surprises along the way!

Foot & Muscle Care

Blisters are highly likely to appear on your feet at a Kiltwalk, especially on the longer walks. We suggest you carry a blister kit and don’t recommend wearing new shoes for the event as this could result in blisters and possible injuries. Try not to stop for too long at the Pit Stops as long breaks without moving or stretching can cause your muscles to seize.

Kiltie Volunteers

Our enthusiastic ’Kiltie’ volunteers will keep you motivated throughout the event. You’ll find them in their bright blue outfits and they are available to help you with anything you may need.

Pictures & Videos

Don’t forget to capture your Kiltwalk experience by taking lots of pictures and videos! Taking part in a Kiltwalk is a massive achievement so don’t keep it to yourself. Why not upload your pictures and videos to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram? Remember to tag @thekiltwalk and use the relevant event hashtag and include a link to your fundraising page.

Road Safety

It is very important to remember that the Kiltwalk does not have any right of way on roads. Please ensure that you use the Green Cross Code and stick to pavements on the official route. DO NOT walk on roads and please ensure you cross at appropriate crossing points and follow Kiltwalk signage at all times.

Luggage Storage

A free luggage storage facility will be available at all starting points. All bags will be shuttled to the Kiltwalk Village and will be waiting for you at the Info Point after you cross the finish line.


We’re more than happy for your K9 companions to walk the route alongside you. We do ask however that all dogs are kept on a short leash and that you bring bags to clean up after your dog. Please note the Kiltwalk bus provider does not permit dogs to travel on their buses.


With the exception of the bar at the Kiltwalk Village, alcohol is NOT permitted at any point along the route. Any walkers found under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be asked to leave the event. Smoking within any of the venues or structures is not permitted and should only be done within designated areas. If smoking on the route please respect other walkers’ preferences and hold onto cigarette butts until the nearest litter bin.

Lost Property

Lost property found along the route should be handed to Kiltwalk staff or a Kiltie. Lost property will be held at the Info Point at the Kiltwalk Village. Please allow until 9pm for items to make their way to this point. Unclaimed items will be handed to the local police station.


The Kiltwalk supports ‘Keep Scotland Beautiful’, and it is very important to us that the entire route be left in the best possible state. Please help us achieve this by ensuring all litter is put into bins across the route and venues.

Inviting Spectators

Spectators are encouraged to come along to the finish and help you celebrate crossing the line.


If you come across an emergency, please tell a member of Kiltwalk Staff and/or a Kiltie Volunteer. If one isn’t nearby contact our Control Room on 07342 626 393.

First Aid On The Route

Our First Aid volunteers will be positioned at each Pit Stop and on the route. First Aid will also be available in the Kiltwalk Village Medical Tent. If you need assistance and are not in sight of a first aider, staff member or Kiltie please call our First Aid line on 07464 059 571. Be sure to give them details about where you are on route so that they can get to you quickly.

Need Picked Up?

If you are struggling and need assistance, tell the nearest staff member or Kiltie. If one isn’t nearby please call our Course Pick-Up line on 07586 451 166 and a lift to the Kiltwalk Village will be arranged.

Lost Children

Lost children must be reported to a Kiltwalk staff member or Kiltie so that the appropriate procedures can be followed. Any found child will be reported to Police Scotland. If the child is found at a venue, they will be kept at the Info Point. If found on the route, the child will remain with a member of the Kiltwalk staff and Police Scotland will be informed.

Finish Line

After completing your Kiltwalk challenge, you will be greeted in true Kiltwalk fashion by our wonderful Kiltie volunteers standing ready to give you your Kiltwalk medal. Just follow the live music, enjoy your meal, grab a drink and if you still have energy, join us on the dance floor to dance the evening away! The Kiltwalk Village closes at 10pm.

First Aid

You will also find our first aiders at the finish line by the Medical Tent. If you feel unwell in any way after finishing the walk, please be sure to make yourself known to the medical team or call 07464 059 571.

Info Point and Luggage Collection

Staff and Kilties will be based at the Kiltwalk Village Info Point throughout the event. Please use this service for any lost property, collecting luggage and for any other queries you might have.


Looking for something a little more relaxing? Why not treat yourself to a sports massage to really unwind after your achievement.

Advice and Information

Find out all you need to know before you set off on your Kiltwalk adventure.



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Health & Safety Tips

Health & Safety Tips

Hints and tips to stay safe during your Kiltwalk adventure.

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Kiltwalk Village

Kiltwalk Village

At the Kiltwalk Village you will be able to have a free meal on us, get any first aid help you may need, unwind, have a drink, put your feet up or have a dance to the music played to you by our amazing live bands and musicians!

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Pit Stops

Pit Stops

At each pit stop expect to find lots of water and also other beverages at select stops such as juice or an energy drink.

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Spectators are welcome to give their friends and family a cheer!

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Training Advice

Training Advice

The training advice below is for guidance purposes only.

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Transport, Luggage & Parking

Transport, Luggage & Parking

We can transport your luggage to the Kiltwalk Village for you to collect after your challenge is complete.

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Walker Journey

Walker Journey

Ever wondered what it feels like to do a Kiltwalk? Check out our YouTube channel for plenty of video highlights from our past events.

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Walker Pack

Walker Pack

All the information you need will be in the Walker Pack that we send out to you and, fortunately, all the information about that Walker Pack can be found here.

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Check out some Kiltwalk Glasgow highlights below, or head to our Gallery section for all the images from our events.

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