Edzell fundraiser Bobby Campbell started his latest charity walk on Saturday.
He will walk 1,000 miles to raise money for the Angus branch of Save the Children at a rate of five miles a day.
Retired policeman Bobby, who has raised more than £100,000 for charity in the past, said he wanted to choose a children’s charity for his latest undertaking.
He was seen off by Ros Fletcher and Marion Jarret from the Angus branch of Save the Children at Edzell Arch.
Bobby said: “I’ve got to remember that I’m 70 next year, but I feel in good health at the moment.
“What I’m planning to do is do 1,000 mile walks for different charities going forward. Each time my fundraising target will be £1,000.
“I still really enjoy doing the walks and the important thing is that I’m raising money to help others.”
He added that locals had already contributed £60 in advance of his latest trek.
Last year he raised £1,300 for Alzheimer’s Scotland.