Buggy Walks

Buggy walks are a great way for expectant or new parents to get active while caring for their baby. 

Buggy Walk
Buggy Walk
Buggy Walk

Buggy Walks are a fun way for mums, dads, grandparents and carers to meet new people, chat and share experiences on a safe and welcoming walk led by trained walk leaders. 

Benefits of Buggy Walks

  • Meeting other parents
  • Improved mood and reduced anxiety
  • Socialising and sharing experiences
  • Being active and feeling fitter
  • A free activity to join
  • Setting healthy habits for children
  • Getting out the house
  • Getting to know local buggy friendly routes
  • Being out in fresh air, outdoors and amongst nature

Health professionals can refer Buggy Walks to patients and clients who could benefit from the social, mental and physical health improvements our walkers experience. 

Buggy Walks in Your Area

Parents with buggies (and everyone else!) are welcome on any of over 670 Health Walks across Scotland. Below we have listed specific Buggy and Family Walks.


Family walks 


The following projects plan to offer buggy walks soon, contact them to get involved


Interested in starting up a new Buggy Walk?

You can join one of our Walk Leader training courses which take place all over Scotland. You will learn about the benefits of being active, what the roles and responsibilities of a walk leader are, and how to plan and risk assess safe walking routes for your group. Visit our training pages to find out about courses and booking information. If you can’t see a course in your area, please email our training team who will be happy to help.

The local Scottish Health Walk Network project in your area could help you get started or you could join the network for all the support you'll need.

Our friends at Outside the Box put together an excellent resource Setting Up Buggy Walks full of hints and tips on setting up buggy walks

Maree Morrison, Whitelee Countryside Ranger shares her three top tips on starting a new buggy walk in the below film.