The sculptures on Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail have been visited more than one million times since the trail began at the end of June.
The trail app has been downloaded more than 40,000 times by Wullie fans, who have racked up an incredible 13 million steps, equating to 24,000 miles, with the average person walking 11 miles while doing the trail.
More than 13,500 selfies have been uploaded to the app.
The trail, which is Scotland’s first ever nationwide public art trail, is raising money for Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity and The Archie Foundation.
With only three weeks to go before the sculptures come off the streets, many milestones and stories have come from avid Wullie fans enjoying the trail.
Those include rugby legend and Motor Neurone Disease awareness campaigner Doddie Weir, who visited Dundee to see an Oor Wullie statue created in his honour.
Just like Doddie himself, ‘Oor Doddie’ wears the blue and yellow tartan Doddie previously helped design as part of his MND fundraising efforts.
He said: “The trail is an amazing concept. It’s a great honour to be involved in something like this”.
Other famous faces have been enjoying the sculptures too, with stars such as Lewis Capaldi, The Proclaimers and Ian Rankin visiting Oor Wullie’s across Scotland.
Meanwhile the ‘Oor Simpson’ family are travelling the length of the country to visit all 200 large sculptures and support Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.
So far they have raised almost £700, covering in excess of 2000 miles in the process.
Wullie fans can see the sculptures one final time at the Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail Farewell Weekend on September 13-15.
Tickets for the Dundee event are available on the Archie Foundation website.