Dunfermline Kiltwalkers



Well the big one has been and gone. We all walked from Hampden Park, Glasgow to Loch Lomond (26+ miles ). As if this wasn't a big enough challenge 8 of us then signed up and strutted our stuff at the 1st ever Edinburgh Kiltwalk. All in aid of Scotland's children's charities - CHAS, Aberlour, CLIC Sargent, TACC, Sick Kids, Yorkhill and our chosen local charity Home Start Dunfermline. Click the link below and have a wee look at our pics. Thanks to everyone for their support, we couldn't have done it without you. If you would like to make a contribution for this then please click here.

Here are some of the pics from the Hampden to Loch Lomond on 21st April 2013 and the Edinburgh Kiltwalk on May 19th. This is quite a funny one of team member Craig Berwick.



Dunfermline Kiltwalkers are taking part in ALL 5 Kiltwalks this year. We are looking for new members to join our team. If you would like to take part in any of these events, have a laugh, get fitter and help raise some money for some of Scotland's most loved children's charities. Then go to and register for one or as many of the events as you like. Once you have done this then contact to join our team


Speyside Kiltwalk, 1st September 2013

26 miles, half kilt or wee walk

The Speyside Kiltwalk is be a breathtaking walk through Scotland’s whisky country, from the Moray coast towards the Cairngorm Mountains following the valley of the River Spey.


Aberdeen Kiltwalk, 15th September 2013

26 miles, half kilt or wee walk

Starting at Pittodrie Stadium, home of Aberdeen FC, proceeding through the city to Duthie Park and then along the scenic Royal Deeside Way to Banchory, this walk has everything.


Angus Kiltwalk, 29th September 2013

26 miles, half kilt or wee walk

The Angus Kiltwalk kicks off at 9am from Links Park, home of Montrose FC. At 09:00 the pipe band will march us out of the ground, through the town and over the River Esk, with views of the famous Montrose basin.

From there we head east along Scurdie Ness headland taking in Scurdie Ness lighthouse before turning south towards Arbroath, following the national cycle route on B roads and hugging the coast line.



Supporting Scotland's children's charities








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