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Fundraise for the West Highland Way


Kimberly at the start of the West Highland Way in MilngavieKimberly Mauser set off on a solo adventure to walk the 96 miles/154 km of the West Highland Way in early October 2022 – whilst raising an amazing £1500 to support the trail itself! You can follow Kimberly’s adventure on Instagram here.

Kimberly said, “After some significant life events, I have decided to start the next chapter stripped down to my essence as a human and rewild. Weaving through the majestic Scottish highlands, the WHW is the ultimate host.”

The West Highland Way Management Group is very grateful to Kimberly for undertaking this challenge and to everyone who supported her fundraising.

My Peakers

WHW Fundraisers by obelisk in Milngavie

Friends Birgit, Conny, Conny and Heidi  walked the West Highland Way In May to raise funds for the trail.

Having originally met through My Peak Challenge, they came on holiday to Scotland last year and walked two short and different parts of the trail, including Conic Hill. They realised that the WHW needs a huge amount of maintenance and, as hikers, decided to walk the whole 96 miles this year to raise funds.

You can find out more and support their fundraising on GoFundMe or look out for updates on our social media channels: Instagram or Facebook.

Thank you so much for your support!

If you would like to undertake a similar challenge, please email:

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The West Highland Way is managed by Highland, Stirling, Argyll & Bute and East Dunbartonshire Councils plus Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, which is the group’s lead body.  The Management Group invests significant time and resources each year to maintaining the West Highland Way as a quality walk.

By making a donation, purchasing the passport or official merchandise you are contributing towards the upkeep and maintenance of the West Highland Way.


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