The Rob Roy Challenge is a 55 mile walk and cycle for charity across the spectacular Rob Roy Way taking place on the June 21.
The challenge will raise money for the Martin Currie Foundation and its three charity partners - WaterAid, Over the Wall and Barnardos Scotland.
Following in the footsteps of the Scottish outlaw and folk hero, Rob Roy MacGregor, the Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge is one of Scotland’s most successful charity fundraising events.
The 2014 Rob Roy Challenge will be the ninth year of the event, with the following eight raising more than £2.5 million raised for charity.
The historical route sees a 16 mile walk from Drymen, near Loch Lomond, north-east through The Trossachs to Callander, then switching to bikes for a 39 mile cycle via Rob Roy’s hometown of Balquhidder to Kenmore on the banks of Loch Tay.
The route is divided into bronze, silver and gold, meaning that the participant can choose either a 16, 38 or 55 mile challenge.
To sign up for this year’s challenge please go to: www.robroychallenge.com or contact Caroline MacKechnie from the Martin Currie Rob Roy Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org / 07583 550 387