The Edinburgh Kiltwalk will return to the Scottish capital in 2020 - with 3 different distances, there’s an event to suit you!
- At 5 miles long, The Wee Wander is perfect for the whole family.
- The Big Stroll is a good challenge for all fitness levels and at 15.5 miles is ideal for a fun day out with friends or work colleagues.
- If you’re looking to really challenge yourself, take on The Mighty Stride. At 24 miles, this is the biggest Kiltwalk challenge!
I need a place
We don’t have charity places in this event, but you can still take part and help young people with cancer.
Once you’ve registered with us, we’ll send you a free Teenage Cancer Trust T-shirt along with a handy welcome pack filled with helpful fundraising ideas.
I already have a place
You’ve already got a place in the Kiltwalk?
Brilliant! You can still help young people with cancer.
Simply register your fundraising with us for free, and set your own fundraising target.
Once you’ve registered, we’ll send you a free Teenage Cancer Trust T-shirt along with a handy welcome pack filled with helpful fundraising ideas.
5 reasons to walk with us
We could go on all day about why you should join our team, but that would be boring so we’ll keep it short. Here are our top 5 reasons:
- You’ll help young people with cancer.
- You’ll receive an exclusive Teenage Cancer Trust T-shirt.
- You’ll have access to our incredible training zone.
- You’ll get all the fundraising help you need to reach your goal.
- You can talk to us. We’re here to support you.
How you can help young people
£30 could pay for an hour of care from a Teenage Cancer Trust nurse, who will understand the challenges of dealing with cancer as a young person and specialise in the best treatment for the cancers that affect this age group.
£50 could buy a round of pizzas for a young person and their friends, which might just be the first thing that tempts a young person out of bed after a gruelling round of chemo.
£100 could pay for 5 hours of time from one of our Multi-Disciplinary Team Coordinators, so they can build links with NHS staff, find out about every young cancer patient and arrange the right support.
£200 could pay for one of our Youth Support Coordinators to give a group of young people a night out at the cinema or bowling – a world away from treatments and appointments.
£420 could pay for a young person to develope a new skills and confidence at a Royal Albert Hall workshop, before enjoying a Teenage Cancer Gigs show at the iconic venue.