Walks & Treks
In 2019 we’re looking forward to Striding, Strolling and Wandering across the country:
- Glasgow 29th April 2019
- Aberdeen 2nd June 2019
- Dundee 18th August 2019
- Edinburgh 15th September 2019
Anyone can take part – men, women, children, old and young, fit… and less fit! There are 3 distances to choose from: 26 miles, 13 miles and 6 miles.
Every single penny you raise will be donated to the Scottish Cot Death Trust and the Hunter Foundation will donate a further 40%!
During the registration process, you’ll be asked to ‘Identify your charity’ – just choose the Scottish Cot Death Trust from the drop down menu. Don’t forget to let us know when you’ve signed up by calling 0141 357 3946 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
By taking part in a Welly Waddle you can help the Scottish Cot Death Trust to fight cot death in Scotland. A Welly Waddle is the perfect was to show your support, raise awareness of cot death and generate vital funds.
The beauty of the Welly Waddle is that it doesn’t matter if the sun is splitting the trees, or if the rain is pouring down – it’s a great excuse to get your wellies on and have a bit of fun!
We will provide you with everything you need to organise your event and each child will get a sponsor form, balloon, sticker and certificate!
If you are connected to a nursery, parent and toddler group or have a group of friends keen to organise a Welly Waddle then please email email@example.com or call 0141 357 3946.
The West Highland Way & the Munros
However if you are looking for a trekking challenge with more altitude, why not ‘bag’ some Munro’s for charity. A Munro is a Scottish hill over 3000ft high. You could plan a sponsored ascent of just one (Ben Nevis or Ben Lomond, for example) or a series of Munro’s in a certain area.
Firewalking and Glasswalking
Participants must be 16 years old or over.
Firewalking affords you the opportunity to overcome your fears by walking barefoot across glowing embers at 600-800 degrees Fahrenheit – “There is nothing to fear but fear itself!”
View a video of one of our Firewalks in action: