Wee Wander
Sun 15 Sep 2024 Edinburgh, UK

The Kiltwalk Edinburgh | Wee Wander

Get ready, Kiltwalkers! Experience the banter, fun, bagpipes, support and sheer emotion in Scotland's capital this year over a fun 5 mile route.

Get charity place
  • Sun 15 Sep 2024
Gipsy Brae Recreation Ground, Edinburgh > Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

Wee Wander



Age 5 & over

  • 5 miles


Join a Kiltwalk adventure in the capital!

Sign up and have the best day raising vital funds for a charity close to your heart.

Three walk lengths are available:

  • Mighty Stride (approx. 21 miles)
  • Big Stroll (approx. 11 miles)
  • Wee Wander (approx. 5 miles)

Thanks to The Hunter Foundation subsidising registration fees, the lowest-ever entry prices have been locked for another year.

All funds you raise go quickly and directly to your chosen charity plus all eligible gift aid (up to 25%* extra). This means that up to 125%* of all funds you raise go to the charity close to your heart - it really is the best way to fundraise. This is made possible thanks to The Hunter Foundation and Kiltwalk sponsors.

Thanks to the amazing Kiltwalk heroes in 2023, Kiltwalk raised over £5.1 million for 1,550 Scottish Charities. Thank you all for your incredible Kiltwalk Kindness.

This event is part of The Kiltwalk Edinburgh.

Event video

  • All fitness levels
  • Dogs allowed
  • Event village
  • Families
  • Fancy dress
  • Newcomers
  • Spectators
  • Teams
  • Wheelchair users

You can view all available timeslots within the registration system, where it is possible to change your start time depending on availability.

Wheelchair users

The Wee Wander is recommended for wheelchair users.


The Wee Wander is recommended for prams and buggies.

Slow walkers

Kiltwalks are not races so walkers of all capabilities are welcome.

  • Bag storage
  • Cafe
  • Coast
  • Entertainment
  • Park
  • Rural
  • Toilets
  • Urban

Event HQ

Holyrood Park
Queen's Drive

2024 venue to be confirmed.

  • Entertainment
  • First aid
  • Food stations
  • Marshals
  • No cut off time
  • Out and back
  • Point to point
  • Toilets
  • Undulating
  • Water stations
  • Way markers

2024 route details to be confirmed.


  • Public transport links

  • Event app
  • Map
  • Medal

Included before

You will receive a pack filled with all the information you need before you set off on your Kiltwalk event, this includes:

  • ID card
  • walker guide
  • route map
  • meal voucher

Included on the day

When you cross the finish line and enter the Kiltwalk Village you will be given:

  • Participants medal
  • Hug
  • Hot meal
  • Entertainment

  • Fundraising materials
  • Fundraising required
  • Fundraising support

Thanks to being underwritten by The Hunter Foundation, 150% of all funds raised through the Kiltwalk go to the Scottish Charities you care about.

Scotland’s legendary Kiltwalk Kindness has raised a remarkable £8.4 million for 1,270 charities across the country in 2021 after 15,500 heroes put on a bit of tartan and took part in events.

Kiltwalk started out putting our best feet forward for Scotland’s bravest children and have grown to support all kinds of charities from all over Scotland.

JustGiving is the Kiltwalk’s recommended online fundraising platform. Online fundraising is collected automatically and is the quickest and easiest way to raise funds with the Kiltwalk.

The fundraising model

The model has been designed to maximise your fundraising efforts whilst making the Kiltwalk a sustainable platform for fundraising in Scotland. All money raised by Kiltwalkers must come through the Kiltwalk before it is paid out to your charity as this is the only way accurate figures can be gathered on how much has collectively been raised, which is vital in order to add the 50% top-up. This also allows any eligible Gift Aid to be gathered.

The Kiltwalk retains Gift Aid in order to make the platform sustainable and guarantee that 150% of fundraising can go to your chosen charity.

The Hunter FoUndation

Sir Tom Hunter is a seasoned entrepreneur and philanthropist. Tom made his first fortune when he sold the sports retail chain he built up from scratch, Sports Division, for £290m in 1998.

He set up his private equity business, West Coast Capital in 2001 and combined this opportunity with a significant commitment to philanthropy, having invested in excess of £50m to date into social causes through The Hunter Foundation.

Tom sits on the Presidential Advisory Council for President Paul Kagame of Rwanda. Tom was knighted in 2005 for services to entrepreneurship and philanthropy and was awarded the prestigious Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy in 2013.

Charity places

These charities have places in the event. To secure your place, select a charity, complete the form and follow the instructions.



The only charity in the UK to support people with high cholesterol.

  • Fundraising support
  • Fundraising materials
  • Dedicated contact

Sign up



National Deaf Children's Society

Dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children.

  • T-shirt
  • Fundraising support
  • Fundraising materials
  • Dedicated contact

Sign up


Free sign up Homelessness

Missing People

The only UK charity that reunites missing children and adults with their loved ones.

  • T-shirt
  • Fundraising support
  • Fundraising materials
  • Dedicated contact

Sign up


  • Age 5 & over
  • Entries open
  • Charity entries open
  • Charity places
  • Enter online
  • Fundraising required

Junior entry fee applies to ages 5-15 at time of walk.


You can create a team when you register by selecting ‘Create team’. Others can then join your team by selecting ‘Join an existing team’ when they register.

Entry fees

Entry fee


Junior entry fee


Fab day from start to finish raising money for Ardgowan Hospice in memory of our beautiful friend Donna Smith. Our group raised £23k - absolutely amazing! Laura Wohlgemuth