THE Jubilee Walk is a family event in two parts around the outlying areas of Dingwall.. It is divided into two sections. Both sections start and finish at the Legion Hall in town. The long walk is a distance of 11.2 miles and the short walk a distnce of 5 miles. You can choose which walk suits yiur needs and capabilities. Initially following the Cromarty Firth shore and and then heading up to the high ground above the Mart, the scenery becomes spectacular with magnificient views in all directions. There are one or two steeper parts but these are short and the results worth the effort..
The entry fee is £??? and we hope that you you will raise a minimum sponshorship amount of £40 --- it is, after all, not only a fun event, but also a means of raising money for the charity listed below.
Over the past 27 years the Walk has raised more than £130,000 for the local branches of charities like Crossroads Care, Highland Hospice, CHAS, Maggie's Highland, Alzheimers Scotland and many more. The pandemic crisis prevented us from running the event since 2020, but we are back this year with this one -off JUBILEE WALK.
The benefiting chatiy will be the very deserving HIGHLAND HOSPICE and we think youl'll agree that this is a very deserving charity that serves us well at times when people and their families are in need of support.
Participants are well catered for thorughout. with Marshals to guide you along and First Aid is provided at every checkpoint.
WHY NOT JOIN US in 2022. SATURDAY 25 JUNE IS THE DATE .
if the Corona situation becomes critical again, we may have to change the date, so please keep an eye on our Facebook page for more detailed and updated information.
(Looking ahead, we will re-introduce the Wade Walk and Trail Run again next year --- on Saturday 3rd June, so reserve a date in your diaries for that event too)
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