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Find answers to all your questions on walking The West Highland Way.
Whenever you are able to do the walk in 2012, however we advise that you walk in the Spring and Summer months to make the most of the longer hours of daylight and fairer weather conditions.
You do not need to pay Macmillan Cancer Support any money to take part in this challenge. We ask that you raise as much money as you can through sponsorship. If you would like to discuss fundraising ideas, then please contact the Fundraising Support Team|.
Find out how your money will be spent at How your support can help|.
Anyone with a good level of fitness can walk The West Highland Way. The route is a great opportunity for meeting fellow walkers and like-minded people from around the globe. Walking the West Highland Way can be a very sociable and friendly experience.
You will be responsible for booking your own accommodation for the duration of your walk. For further information on where to stay visit The West Highland Way website|.
You will need to carry your kit for the duration of your walk or you can arrange for a company to do this for you. For further information on bag carrying companies, visit The West Highland Way website.|
The West Highland Way is a realistic challenge for people of an average fitness level.
All of the money you raise will be treated as a donation to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Find out how your money will be spent at How your support can help. |
The weather in The West of Scotland can be very unpredictable and can change very quickly from one extreme to the other. For this reason, anyone planning to walk the Way should ensure that they are equipped to deal with all weathers.
The walk is physically challenging but keeps mainly to a well used path.
If you have any more questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org| or call the Fundraising Support Team at 0300 1000 200.
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