A cheering walker during the Kiltwalk, wearing a tartan hat

Virtual Kiltwalk 2021

23rd April 2021 - 25th April 2021
Choose your distance
Clare Jamieson
07812 746 697

Be part of our team at this year’s Virtual Kiltwalk. Take on any Kiltwalk inspired challenge of your choice, choose your distance and get fundraising for Sue Ryder.

A Kiltwalk participant wearing a tartan hat and cheering

Which challenge will you choose?

As this year's Kiltwalk is a virtual event, you can choose which Kiltwalk-inspired challenge you want to take on. 

You can walk, run, cycle, hike or travel on your adventure any way you want to, it's completely up to you!

The route along the way is your choice as well - it could be somewhere special to you or perhaps a location which reminds you of a loved one. 

It could be through the city or your local town, across hills in the countryside or even around your back garden - the only limit is your imagination!

Go your own distance

As well as which sort of challenge you decide on, this year you can select your distance too. It could be a shorter 5K or 10K route of your choice, or a longer marathon-style distance. 

Your Kiltwalk can be as epic as you like!

Please make sure to check the latest Government coronavirus guidelines in your local area to keep yourself and others safe. 

Scotland's Virtual Kiltwalk 2021 logo

Supporting our care

Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – we’re there when it matters. Our doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.

By taking on the Kiltwalk, you'll be helping Sue Ryder to raise vital funds for our specialist care and support.

And on top of your funds raised for Sue Ryder, thanks to The Hunter Foundation, these will be topped up by 50%*.

Once you've registered, a JustGiving fundraising page will automatically be created for you to share across your social channels.

* All online and offline funds sent to the Kiltwalk by midnight on Monday 3 May will qualify for the top-up.

View or download the full Virtual Kiltwalk 2021 terms and conditions

A Kiltwalk participant standing with their dog, all dressed in tartan
A Sue Ryder runner taking part in the Great North Run 2019

Get involved

Take a look at our other events, where you can get involved and help us raise crucial funds to support our palliative, neurological and bereavement care.