Can I use the Just Giving website?
Unfortunately, it is not possible for you to use the Just Giving website site.
It is not cost effective for us to use Just Giving and there is also extra administrative work involved in...
more... 11/05/06 03:19
How will my progress be recorded during the event?
At Registration, you will be issued with a tracking chip on a wrist and and your tracking chip will record your time throughout the event.
You must make sure to "dib-in" at ea...
more... 14/04/03 03:56
Is food supplied at the start?
There is no food provided at the Start Line on Saturday 14th June.
Please refer to the nutritional information provided in your Training Guide to reference what you should be eating o...
more... 11/04/03 01:33
Where and when are the safety briefings?
There will be six safety briefings during registration on Friday 13th June 2008.
more... 31/03/03 03:06
What advice is there for support teams?
In order to prepare support teams for the RBS Caledonian Challenge, we will provide them with a guide to supporting their team throughout the event via the [link http://www.caledonianchallenge.com/log...
more... 31/03/03 02:58
Can we just turn up at the Clan Gathering?
No. We need to know numbers for catering reasons.
You should book your Clan Gathering meal by Friday 30th May in the Pre-event Admin section of the team profile.
What happens if someone drops-out before the event?
Let us know as soon as possible. Unfortunately the registration fee is non-refundable, but may be transferrable to replacement team member. Teams may be able to make changes and substitutions leading ...
more... 31/03/03 02:49
Is it possible to swap team members leading up to the event?
Yes. This is possible online leading up to the event and then by emailing your changes to [email][email protected][/email] or by phoning our office on +44(0)131 524 0350.
Is it possible to just turn up and compete in the event?
No, this is not possible.
We need to know numbers of walkers for logistical and safety purposes so you will be disappointed and unable to take part.
When should walkers arrive at the Start Line?
Please arrive at the Start at the Braveheart Car Park at least 30 minutes before your allocated start time.
Please remember the following items; you may not be allowed to take part for ...
more... 31/03/03 02:46
Which route does a walker take?
All walkers will be issued with a detailed map of the West Highland Way in their registration pack, which clearly indicates the key landmarks, water stops, Checkpoints and Finish.
more... 31/03/03 02:46
Can our support team stay to watch the team start?
No. Please drop walkers off at the start and continue driving round the one-way system, as directed by the event marshals.
Where is the Finish?
The Finish is at Ardleish on the east shore of Loch Lomond. Walkers will be then ferried across the loch to rejoin support teams at Ardlui, on the west shore of Loch Lomond.
Does a walker have to check-in and out of each Checkpoint?
When you enter each Checkpoint, please go to the check-in tent and record your arrival time by "dibbing-in" your personal tracking chip (issued at Final Registration) to one of the tracking ...
more... 31/03/03 02:45
Is food supplied for the support teams en route?
Tea, coffee, fruit and soup available at Checkpoints are reserved for walkers only. It is entirely up to support team members if they would like to prepare a meal for themselves, in addition to their ...
more... 31/03/03 02:44
Who provides the walkers with food and support en route?
Your support team will meet you at Checkpoints 1, 2 and 4 before meeting up with you at Ardlui. They will provide you with food, refreshments and changes of clothing and kit. We will also provide tea,...
more... 31/03/03 02:43
What sleeping arrangements are there?
All walkers and support teams need to make their own accommodation arrangements for Friday 13th June. It is advisable to book as early as possible; Fort William is extremely busy during June. [link ht...
more... 31/03/03 02:43
Can walkers and support teams get to Fort William by train?
Yes. However please note it is VITAL that each team of walkers has a support team with one vehicle. For information on the mainline train service and timetables please visit the [link http://www.first...
more... 31/03/03 02:42
What should we do in case of an emergency?
Most importantly [b]DON'T PANIC[/b]
In the event of a major trip, slip, fall or illness contact the HQ numbers supplied on your Walkers Passport and use [b]Report Procedure[/b] supplied...
more... 31/03/03 02:40
How much money do walkers need to fundraise?
Each walker is asked to raise a minimum of £500 per head e.g £2,000 per team of 4 walkers.
All funds raised must be for the Scottish Community Foundation, including match f...
more... 31/03/03 02:39
What can we do if we want to help but don't want to walk?
1. Offer to be a volunteer marshal. Please email [email][email protected][/email]
2. Offer to be part of a support team for a team of walkers
3. Donate product or prizes ...
more... 31/03/03 02:38
Where and when is the Clan Gathering?
The Clan Gathering is at the Nevis Centre in Fort William from 1500-2230 on Friday 13th June 2008 and runs in conjuntion with Registration.
Is it possible to register on the day of the event?
All walkers are encouraged to register on Friday 13th June 2008.
However, the Nevis Centre will be open 0545-1045 on Saturday 14th June for late registrations. Please register at the N...
more... 31/03/03 02:37
Where and when do we register?
Final Registration will take place at the Main Hall of the Nevis Centre in Fort William. It will be open from 1200hrs to 2230hrs.
more... 31/03/03 02:36
What time can walkers start?
There are five start times (0700, 0800, 0900, 1000 and 1100). Please indicate preferred start time when registering online. All members of the same team must start at the same time. If you are going ...
more... 31/03/03 02:35