THE Speyside Kiltwalk saw 750 people walk in support of Scotland’s children.
People from all over Moray and beyond took part in the charity event on Sunday.
People could either walk 26 miles, 16 miles of do a 10k walk.
Starting in Buckie, the walk made its way to Spey Bay and then Fochabers where those taking part in the 16 mile walk joined up.
The route then took competitors along the Speyside way and climb 1,500ft to the top of Ben Aigen.
The ARCHIE Foundation was the partner charity for the Speyside event with proceeds going to the Moray appeal for Dr Gray’s children’s ward.
Walkers in teams of five or more could also nominate their own charity and 50% of the money they raise will go to that cause.
The Speyside Kiltwalk is likely to take the event over the £1 million mark having already held walks in Glasgow and Edinburgh, and further walks to come in Aberdeen and Angus before the end of September.
The Kiltwalk events also support the Aberlour charity, CLIC Sargent, Children's Hospice Association Scotland, the Tartan Army Children's Charities, The Sick Kids Friends Foundation and the Yorkhill Children's Foundation.
Chris Saunderson of ‘The Northern Scot’ and chair of the Moray Friends of ARCHIE took part in the Speyside Kiltwalk and for a full report from the day and more pictures from the event see ‘The Scot’ print version on Friday.
There are also images taken by Chris during the walk on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Northern-Scot/220645767952133?ref=hl