Paige Doherty's Mum Pamela Munro has started a 5,000 mile mammoth challenge in memory of her daughter.

Pamela shared the first haul of the challenge on Facebook, after Team Paige had successfully climbed 454-metre-high Ben A'an on Sunday.

She said: "Wee update on the 5000 miles in year challenge!!

"Yesterday was our first organised walk up Ben Aan. No flags yesterday as still waiting on being printed but the 5000 miles are well n truly started. Anyone any suggestion of where to walk please let us know! All suggestions welcome.

"We had snow, we had rain and wind. We drank from the streams and had a great day! Worth every bit of pain im feeling today.

"Team Paige x"

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She announced Facebook earlier this month that she would be undergoing the challenge this year, taking on Kiltwalks in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Dundee as well as taking part in walks she has arranged in Paige's memory. 

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She said: "I am starting the year as I mean to go on with a 5,000 mile in a year challenge - meaning I will be walking 5,000 miles throughout the year.

"This will include all the Kiltwalks as well as other walks I have arranged and doing on my own or with friends."

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Pamela hopes to meet up with other people who have lost loved ones, and is asking for anyone in the same situation to contact her so she can print their names on Paige's flags.

She added: "I hope to go all around Scotland and I will be leaving Paige's Promise flags in certain areas with lost loved ones names.

"If you have lost someone please send me there names so i can print onto our flags. I will be putting on updates regularly for all to see."

Drumming up support for her adventure, Pamela added: "If anyone wants to walk with me at any point, please get in touch. Or feel free to join team Paige this year at the Kiltwalk. You can sign up via the Kiltwalk website, and choose the charity Paige's promise.

"All help and attendance is much appreciated as always, and goes a long way to helping other families."

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