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The Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge is one of Scotland’s most successful fundraising events. Covering 55 miles of the spectacular Rob Roy Way, teams or individuals walk or run 16 miles from Drymen, near Loch Lomond, north-east through the Trossachs to Callander, where they switch to bikes for a 39 mile cycle to Kenmore – all in around 8-12 hours.
Teams or individuals walk or run 16 miles from Drymen, near Loch Lomond, north-east through The Trossachs to Callander. They will then switch to bikes for a 39 mile cycle via Balquhidder to Kenmore on the banks of Loch Tay. For those competitors who don't own a bike, or are travelling from afar, we can arrange mountain bike hire on your behalf for the day. We have three medal stages including relay options for all participants.
Each team should arrange their own support team to meet them at designated checkpoints along the route. More information on support teams can be found here.
Full route map and checkpoint details are on the Get prepared section.
On completion of the event at Kenmore on Saturday evening, teams will be hosted with a sumptuous feast and party. Prize giving, results and awards will all be announced at 9 p.m. followed by a lively evening of dancing, entertainment and fun.
This will be followed by camping on the stunning banks of Loch Tay or accommodation in nearby hotels. Breakfast rolls will be served on Sunday before teams depart for home.
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