The KiltWalk and WoofWalk Glasgow to Loch Lomond 2014
Join one of Scotland's fastest growing fundraising events and take on a marathon walk for Scotland's children, in association with The Sunday Post.
The Kiltwalk sees thousands of tartan-clad walkers taking on a one-day challenge event to raise money for the Kiltwalk's charity partners: Aberlour, CHAS, CLIC Sargent, Children 1st and Cash for Kids.
The flagship event is back, and it's going to be bigger and better than ever!
Sunday 27th April 2014
Glasgow to Loch Lomond
The Full Walk - 23 miles
As Hampden Park is being developed for the Commonwealth Games, we start at the SECC on the North bank of the River Clyde. You will set off from two of Glasgow's most iconic landmarks - the Armadillo and the SSE Hydro, making a slightly shorter 23 miles.
Joined by a host of celebrities, you’ll be piped out, and along the way there will be plenty of refreshments and entertainment to keep you going!
Take in Kelvingrove Park, an emotional visit to Yorkhill Children's Hospital, along the canal from Clydebank, through Bowling Marina, onto Dumbarton and then follow the River Leven cycle path to Loch Lomond Shores.
The Half Walk - 13 miles
Still a massive achievement for most, the Half Walk sets off from the PlayDrome Clydebank with the same fanfare as the Full Walk - a host of bagpipes and your hosts, Clyde 2. We follow the same route as the main walk, following the canal to Bowling Marina, through Dumbarton and then along the River Leven cycle path to Loch Lomond Shores.
The Wee Walk - 6 miles (10K)
The Wee Walk, still a healthy challenge for those who take part, is perfect for those not ready for the longer walks, and it's perfect for families.
The Wee Walk is a beautiful route, setting off from Loch Lomond Shores, doing two loops of Balloch Castle Country Park, and then back to Loch Lomond Shores for the same amazing finishing line atmosphere as the bigger walks.
In the evening, you can enjoy some delicious food and music with your fellow Kiltwalkers, provided by our generous supporters Clyde 2 Radio and the Greatest Hits Network.
So why not join us on this fantastic event…and, if you have a four-legged friend, why not bring them along too? 2013 saw the first ever WoofWalk, which meant dog owners could join in the KiltWalk. It was such a success, with lots of dogs - big and small - showing everyone that 26 miles was like a walk in the park! In 2014 we would love lots more furry friends to join us.
Oh, and one last thing…we at Aberlour think you and your four legged friends are top dog, so to join our elite teams you need the secret passwords:
To join Team Aberlour – Aberlourgla2loch
To join Aberlour’s WoofWalk Wonders – Woofgla2loch
Download a Kiltwalk poster to encourage more people to join your team.