They took part in several events including a sponsored 5k or 10k run, jog or walk to raise vital funds to help the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland.
Event organiser Gizem Fowler said: "Sponsorship money will really help to make a difference to the lives of people in Scotland with heart disease; from babies born with a congenital condition, to teenagers learning to live with a heart condition to parents and grandparents who have had a heart attack or are living with heart failure."
Hundreds of runners, some in fancy dress, and some with their dogs, turned out in force to enjoy the event.
BHF is the single biggest independent funder of cardiovascular research in the UK - from new discoveries about how the heart develops in the womb, to developing the treatments that could mend broken hearts in the future.
Thanks to the generous donations from supporters the charity has invested more than £88 million in research in the 2011/12 financial year.
It funds scientists at more than 50 different research centres in the UK. And they are funding hundreds of researchers on more than a thousand projects.
They aim to find new treatments for people with heart and circulatory disease, or ways to prevent or diagnose it.