28 April 2024 - 15 September 2024 / Across Scotland

Kiltwalk

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Take on an epic Kiltwalk challenge and change lives with every step.

Sign up for a 50% discount off the Kiltwalk 2024. Distances available to suit all ages and abilities. Choose from:

  • The Mighty Stride (approx. 21 miles) – costs £20 – with 50% discount you pay £10 – pledge to raise £100
  • The Big Stroll (approx 11 miles) costs £20 – with 50% discount you pay £10 – pledge to raise £100
  • The Wee Wander (approx 5 miles) costs £12.50 for an adult place, with 50% discount – you pay £6.25. Child places – £6.50 – with 50% discount you pay £3.25 – pledge to raise £50

(booking fees may also apply)

Sign up for your 50% discount now to join this fun-packed day, full of tartan and smiles. Take part with friends (human or furry), family or work colleagues!

  • Edinburgh Kiltwalk 15th September
  • Aberdeen Kiltwalk 2nd June
  • Dundee Kiltwalk 11th August

The event organisers create a super atmosphere and participants rave about what a fantastic experience it is to take part in the Kiltwalk.

Taking part in the Kiltwalk and becoming one of our #CharityChampions is a great way to say #ThankYouNHS and support life-changing projects across NHS Lothian, keeping families together for longer.

Complete the form below to sign up for a 50% discount off the Kiltwalk registration 2024:

Why support your local NHS Charity?

Join our NHS Lothian Charity Kiltwalk Team, and make a difference for those unwell and being cared for in our hospitals and communities, through projects that can enhance patient comforts or support well-being by transforming clinical spaces. You could also help invest in new cutting-edge technology to improve lives or life-saving research that can help keep families together for longer. If you would like a way to say #ThankYouNHS, the Kiltwalk is a great way to show your appreciation.

Looking to undertake a fundraising challenge?

Visit our fundraising ideas page for ways you can get involved and raise money to support your local NHS charity and help make healthcare better for everyone.