Kiltwalk

Throw on your tartan and teal to walk for Bliss Scotland in Glasgow on September 26.

Why walk for Team Bliss?

Over 100,000 babies are born needing neonatal care every single year in the UK because they are premature or sick.

This is around 320 babies a day, or 1 in every 7 babies born.

We want those babies to have the best possible outcomes and quality of life.

By doing the Kiltwalk for Bliss Scotland, you will help make that happen.

How to Register

Own Place

Scroll down and tap the 'I want to register now' button which will take you to the Kiltwalk website. When completing your registration, pick 'choose your own charity' and search for 'Bliss Scotland' when booking your place at the event of your choice.

Choose your distance:

  • The Mighty Stride (approx. 16.5 miles)
  • The Wee Wander (approx. 3.5 miles)

Charity Place

If you would like one of our Bliss Scotland Promo Codes to get a discounted place for the Mighty Stride, please enquire using the 'I'm interested and want more information'. We ask that people using a Bliss Scotland charity place raise a minimum of £100.


Date:  Sunday 26th September, 2021

Time:  7 a.m. onwards

Location:  Glasgow

Registration fee:  £25/£12.80

Fundraising pledge:  £100

Registration deadline:  Monday 17th August, 2020

The Kiltwalk is a great day and the fundraising is so rewarding and beneficial that the blisters are more than worth it!

-Team Bliss Kiltwalker from 2019

Support from Bliss

  • You'll get a free Bliss T-shirt to wear on the day
  • Be part of our Bliss Scotland Kiltwalkers community on facebook
  • Get support from our fundraising team all the way to event day.

About the event

The Kiltwalk is a unique charity that enables walkers to raise money for any Scottish charity of their choice.The Hunter Foundation will match your fundraising so that 150% of your sponsorship money raised will go to Bliss Scotland. This means for every £100 you raise, £150 will come to Bliss Scotland.

On The Day

There will be pit stops along the route handing out water and free snacks, as well as entertainment from local community groups.

The incredible Kiltie volunteers will be there to cheer you on and keep you on the right path all along the route.

You’ll get your Kiltwalk medal as you cross the finish line, and be able to get a free drink and hot meal in the Kiltwalk village.

If you still have energy, you can join your fellow walkers on the dance floor.