Lochalsh Dirty 30 set for June 11

Fancy walking 30 miles of beautiful, at times very boggy, west coast terrain in 24 hours? The Lochalsh Dirty 30 will be held again this year on June 11 and registration is now open. The event is open to everyone, with a shorter 12 mile Dirty Dozen challenge also on offer, and it celebrates the fast, the slow, the fundraising, and the cheery endurance of those who take part.

The event is centered on Glenelg and the stunning route covers coastline famed for its otters, notoriously boggy forestry, and remote moorland. The routes for the Dirty 30 and for the Dirty Dozen, complete with free 1:25,000 OS mapping, can both be found on Walkhighlands. Event information and registration details can be found here.

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