A Dumbarton support group donned their finest tartan to walk miles to raise money for their charity.

Two teams of the Dumbarton MS group completed the 23 miles from Glasgow to Balloch to raise vital funds for the group. 

All walkers in both teams successfully made it to the finish line without too many blisters. 

Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter: One of the teams taking part in the KiltwalkOne of the teams taking part in the Kiltwalk (Image: Dumbarton MS Society)

The event was the biggest ever Kiltwalk and it also made history by selling out in advance for the first time. 

Sheena Rollo, group co-ordinator told the Reporter: "An absolutely fantastic achievement for all of them. This is just amazing....totally inspiring to see how our community come together and really push themselves physically to complete a gruelling 23 miles to support our group.

"To have one team walk for you is great but to have two teams walk for you is really spectacular. We can't thank them all enough."

Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter: All money raised will go towards Dumbarton MS SocietyAll money raised will go towards Dumbarton MS Society (Image: Dumbarton MS Society)

Every penny raised will go directly to the charities chosen by the walkers plus they can claim Gift Aid which can raise the totals to 125 per cent of everything raised. 

Kiltwalk has raised and distributed £37million to more than 3,000 charities in the last seven years.

This year the entry fee for the Mighty Stride and Big Stroll was reduced by 37 per cent from £32 to £20 to make Kiltwalk as accessible as possible amid the cost-of-living crisis.

Sir Tom Hunter said: "Glasgow Kiltwalk will help 856 different Scottish charities, the biggest in one day.

"The efforts of every one of our 14,000 walkers will make a massive difference to people who need it so much.

"It’s phenomenal. The Kiltwalk community have done us proud. 

"At a time when the cost-of-living crisis is taking a terrible toll, it’s important that so many people have come out and walked and donated for the most vulnerable.

"I’d like to thank each and everyone for their Kiltwalk kindness."