10,000 Kiltwalk Heroes Took Part

An incredible day

Kiltwalk returned to Glasgow for the first event of the year on Sunday 24 April!

10,000 Kiltwalk Heroes took part in the Glasgow Kiltwalk and helped raise a record breaking £4 million for 685 Charities thanks to a 50% boost from Sir Tom Hunter. Take a look back at the big day in the Official Video below.

*The Fundraising top up for this current year 1st January 2022 to 31st December 2022 is 50% of the funds raised by any individual participant subject to a maximum fundraising limit of £5000 per walker or donor. This is a cumulative limit per participant for Events in the above period. Donations received directly from a charity or a corporate entity (including match funding) are not eligible for the top-up. All fundraising top ups are subject to deadlines and The Charity’s approval.

**All event routes and mileages are subject to change.

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Glasgow 2022 Walker Guide

Transport and Parking Guide

Mighty Stride Map

Big Stroll Map

Wee Wander Map


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


(Open to those aged 13 years+)

Included - Event Entry, Digital Walker Pack, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk Medal, Finishers meal, Entertainment and encouragement along the way from our Kiltie Volunteers!


(Open to those aged 10 years+)

Included - Event Entry, Digital Walker Pack, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk Medal, Finishers meal, Entertainment and encouragement along the way from our Kiltie Volunteers!



(Children/Youths aged 5-15 years / Adults 16 years+)

Included - Event Entry, Digital Walker Pack, Pit Stop snacks & refreshments, Kiltwalk Medal, Finishers meal, Entertainment and encouragement along the way from our Kiltie Volunteers!


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

Headline Sponsor

Their support helps to keep the Kiltwalk sustainable & ensures 150% of funds goes to charity.

Sponsor story

Headline Sponsor

Everything from car giveaways to van hire; Arnold Clark are central to the growth & success of Kiltwalk.

Sponsor story

Gold Sponsor

Scotland’s largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants & business advisors, they provide huge support to Kiltwalk.

Sponsor story

Powering the Kiltwalk.

The Kiltwalk is powered by The Hunter Foundation. Sir Tom and The Foundation boost all Kiltwalk funds by a HUGE 50%.

Sponsor story


Check out Pit Stop locations at the Glasgow Kiltwalk and find out which Charity Partners took over!

Pit Stop 1

Riverside Museum - G3 8RS

Charity Partner - Beatson Cancer Charity

Pitstop Partner Story

Pit Stop 2

Yoker Sports Centre - G14 0LN

Charity Partner - MacMillan Cancer Support

Pitstop Partner Story

Pit Stop 3

Three Queens Square - Clydebank G81 1PA

Charity Partner - Children's Hospices Across Scotland

Pitstop Partner Story

Pit Stop 4

Bowling - G60 5AF

Charity Partner - Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Pitstop Partner Story

Pit Stop 5

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

Charity Partner - Calum's Cabin

Pitstop Partner Story

Pit Stop 6

Millburn Park Vale of Leven Alexandria - G83 0SR

Charity Partner - Action For Children

Pitstop Partner story


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

Download Glasgow Kiltwalk Offline Sponsorship Form

Check out our Terms and Conditions.

Frequently asked questions


What is the closing date for registration?

Registration will close once the event has reached capacity or no later than the Friday before the event. All event deadlines are subject to change so we advise Kiltwalkers to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Can I register more than one person at a time?

You can register multiple people by selecting ‘Register another person’ and make one payment for everyone at the end.

I didn’t receive my receipt or confirmation emails.

Let us know and we’ll check that the email address we have is correct and re-send the emails. Please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk

Can I change the distance I’m registered for?

Yes, just let us know what distance you’d like to do and we’ll update your details. If changing to or from The Wee Wander then there will be a difference in registration fee so we’ll either refund you or ask you to pay the difference. Changes cannot be made after we have sent out your ID pass which is generally 4 weeks before the event.

Can I change my start time?

You can view all available timeslots for the Mighty Stride, Big Stroll and Wee Wander within our registration system.

If there is space to move you into a different time slot, yes we can make this amendment for you but if the time slot is full, unfortunately we cannot accommodate your request. We cannot change your time slot once your lanyard and ID pass have been sent out to you by post (generally this is 4 weeks before the event).

Please note some time slots sell out quicker than others so please inform us of any changes as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

How much is the event?

Prices for physical Kiltwalk events are:

Mighty Stride (20+ miles) : £31.69 (13 years and over)
Big Stroll (10-15 miles): £31.69 (10 years and over)
Wee Wander (3-5 miles): £12.80 adults / £6.50 children aged 5-15 years

Withdrawing & Refunds

What happens if I have to withdraw due to injury, medical or COVID related reasons?

If you have to withdraw due to injury, medical COVID related reasons then please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk to request a refund. If you have obtained a place from a charity then the place will revert to the charity.

What happens to my fundraising if I withdraw?

If you have already started fundraising, you must check with your donors that they are still happy for their donation to be passed on to your chosen charity. If they are, we will send your fundraising to your chosen charity however please note that the top-up will not apply. If your donors no longer wish to donate, then they can request a refund.

I can no longer make the Kiltwalk due to other commitments. What are my options?

Unfortunately, we’re unable to refund registration fees unless you are withdrawing due to injury, illness or are isolating due to COVID; however, you can give your place to someone else. Please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk to find out how to transfer your place. You must get in touch at the latest two weeks prior to your event date.


How do I register a team?

You can create a team when you register by selecting ‘Create team’. Others can then join your team by selecting ‘Join an existing team’ when they register.

How do I join a team if I’ve already registered?

This is something the Kiltwalk team can arrange for you, please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk.

To join a team on the JustGiving platform, you need to login to your JustGiving page and select ‘Edit page’ on the left hand side. (If logged in on a mobile device, click the small profile picture icon in the bottom left hand corner of your screen).

Select ‘Team’ from the left menu and then select ‘Join a team’ from the right hand side. Your team page should then appear on your fundraising page.

Why aren’t all of my team members showing up on JustGiving?

This may happen if team members haven’t yet activated their JustGiving page. If your team members have activated their fundraising page then they should appear on your team page.

Your JustGiving activation link can be found in your confirmation email that was sent just after you registered for the Kiltwalk. Can’t find the email? Email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk

Can we have one team fundraising page?

Yes, your team can share a JustGiving fundraising page that will display your joint fundraising total. Please note that all donations must be sent to an individual’s fundraising page and cannot be sent to a team page.


My charity isn’t on the list. How do I get them added?

Please complete our online Charity Request form if your Charity doesn’t appear on our registration list. You will need the name of the charity, a contact name, number, email and any website or social media pages you are aware of. We’ll then contact them and do a few checks to see if we can add them to the list. This process can take up to three days to complete.

What happens to GiftAid on donations?

The Kiltwalk retains Gift Aid in order to make our platform sustainable and guarantee that 150% of fundraising can go to your chosen charity.

Can I change the charity I’m fundraising for?

Yes, you can change your charity. Please email us at contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk. We must be notified of your change of charity a minimum of two weeks before the event.

Why does my JustGiving page say I’m fundraising for The Kiltwalk?

All fundraising comes to Kiltwalk first so that we can gather the funds, add on the 50%* top up and send back out to your chosen charity. You can edit your ‘Story’ on your JustGiving page to let people know which charity you are fundraising for.

What do I do with offline donations and can I add these to my fundraising page?

Offline donations must be sent to us by BACS transfer (see details below) and a copy of your offline sponsorship form must be emailed to contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk. If BACS transfer isn’t possible then we will accept cheques accompanied by the offline sponsorship form to the below address. All offline funds must be received by Kiltwalk by the fundraising deadline for each event in order to get the 50% top up from The Hunter Foundation.

You can add your offline donations to your JustGiving page by going to justgiving.com and logging in. (Please note, you must login to justgiving.com and follow these steps exactly to add offline donations).

Select ‘Your Fundraising’ from the right hand side menu. You should then see a list of all your active fundraising pages. Select the page you wish to add your offline fundraising to. Select ‘Donations’ and you can type in your total offline donation figure. Click ‘Save offline donation’ button and this will let your supporters see the total amount you have raised on your page.

BACS transfer details:
Sort code: 83 07 06
Account Number: 16821481
Reference: Walker ID (can be found in Kiltwalk confirmation email)

Address for cheques: Kiltwalk, Mercantile Chambers, 53 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 6TS

What are the cut-off dates for fundraising?

The fundraising deadlines for our 2022 events are:

Glasgow - May 4 Midnight
Aberdeen - June 8 Midnight
Dundee - August 31 Midnight
Edinburgh - September 28 Midnight
Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk- October 17 Midnight

The Route

Where does each walk start and end?

Route details still to be confirmed. Keep checking this web page for updates.

Is the route wheelchair accessible?

Yes, we recommend the Wee Wander route for wheelchair users. If you would like to find out more about the accessibility on the Mighty Stride and Big Stroll, please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk

Are prams and buggies allowed on the walk?

Yes, we recommend the Wee Wander route for participants using prams or buggies. If you would like to find out more about the accessibility on the Mighty Stride and Big Stroll, please email contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk

Public Transport and Parking

What public transport options are there?

Detailed public transport and parking information will be made available on this page closer to your event date.

COVID 19 Information

Will there be restrictions in place at Kiltwalk events in 2022?

At the moment, we are unsure exactly what restrictions might be in place at our events next year. As always, we will follow guidance from the Scottish Government and adhere to any government restrictions in order to keep everyone as safe as possible. This may include wearing masks, social distancing, following one-way systems and using hand sanitiser. We may also have to limit gatherings and spectators at our events. We will keep you up to date with any restrictions via email, social media and on this webpage.

Do I need to provide my vaccination history or produce a negative lateral flow to gain entry to the event?

No, early indications from the Scottish government and local councils do not indicate that this will be necessary for this event. However, every aspect of the event is subject to change so we will keep you posted via email, social media and on this webpage if the situation changes.

What do I do if I get a positive COVID result just ahead of the Kiltwalk?

You must follow current Government guidance, isolate for 10 days and DO NOT attend the Kiltwalk event. Latest details on what to do here - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/testing/test-results/positive-test-result/

Please email us contactus@thekiltwalk.co.uk to make us aware as soon as possible.