Marathon-distance challenge walk from one of Scotland's largest cities to the famous Falkirk Wheel exclusive to British Heart Foundation supporters.
Can you complete a marathon-distance walk from one of Scotland's largest cities to the famous Falkirk Wheel in just one day?
You'll pass many sites along the route, including Kelvingrove Museum and Park, locks on the Forth and Clyde canal and finishing by the Falkirk Wheel.
Many people will sign up by themselves and meet people on the challenge - so don't worry if you're on your own.
Starting off at Glasgow Science Centre, you’ll walk along the Forth and Clyde canal, arriving at the Falkirk wheel, the world’s first and only rotating boat lift. It's quite a flat route but does include a couple of hills.
Make the most of the long days and warmer weather by committing to this endurance trek.
"It was such a well-organised, incredibly executed event. I really can't emphasise that enough. At no point did I feel out of reach of support and help if needed, with enough freedom to really knuckle down and get the walk done.'" Glasgow to the Falkirk Wheel Walk Champion
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Coronary heart disease is the UK's single biggest killer but the BHF is leading the fight against it.
Seven million people of all ages in the UK live with heart and circulatory diseases, which kill one in four people. The British Heart Foundation has already funded lifesaving research, campaigns and ongoing care and support for patients.
Their aim is to fund more than £1bn of cardiovascular research over the next ten years but they need your help. Every £25 could pay for one hour of research by one of their early career scientists or £20 could provide an hour of Helpline support from a Cardiac Nurse.
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