Registration fee: Free Minimum sponsorship: from £50
4th June 2023 Scotland

Kiltwalk is Scotland’s largest mass participation walking event with over 120,000 people taking part since 2016.

Taking place in four wonderful Scottish cities, the Kiltwalk is the perfect fundraising challenge for all ages and abilities.

At each Kiltwalk event there are varied levelled distances, so the whole family can get involved!

Take in the beautiful scenery and iconic landmarks on your Kiltwalk journey all whilst raising money for lung cancer research and support services.

Events and locations

  • The Mighty Stride: 17.8 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £200

  • The Wee Wander: 3 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £50
  • The Mighty Stride: 20 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £200

  • The Wee Wander: 4.3 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £50
  • The Mighty Stride: 21 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £200

  • The Big Stroll: 14.7 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £150

  • The Wee Wander: 4 miles
  • Minimum sponsorship: £50

Register your place

Registrations for Kiltwalk 2023 are now open!

Registration fees are all free!

All that we ask is that you raise the minimum sponsorship amount required for the event as stated above.

To register for your place and show your support to those living with lung cancer, fill in the short form below and one of our friendly fundraising team members will be in touch with you with all of the information you will need.

For more information please email our team at

Why take on the Kiltwalk for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation?

  • We are the only lung cancer charity in the UK dedicated to helping everyone affected by lung cancer.
  • Lung cancer is a disease that, despite what many may think, can affect anyone.
  • It is the UK’s biggest cancer killer, with over 36,000 dying from lung cancer every year. It kills more people than breast, prostate and pancreatic cancer combined, and more women than breast and ovarian cancer combined.
  • It is our mission to ensure everyone diagnosed with lung cancer can live well with the disease for as long as possible.