Walk to Tuk 2017 has been the most successful yet, with 29 communities, 257 participating teams and a grand total of 659,708 km walked.
We at the NWTRPA are always focused on making Walk to Tuk better than it was the year before. That’s why we want to hear from you.
On average, each Walk to Tuk participant accumulated 320 minutes of weekly exercise during January and February.
A big thank you to everyone who participated in Walk to Tuk.
Never Too Old is a team based out of Fort Simpsons Elders Care Home.
Join the NWTRPA at Walk to Tuk community events held in several communities throughout the NWT in March.
Team Sambaa k’e Strollers is mixture of all ages and abilities from Trout Lake.
Over the years we’ve been impressed with the creativity of Walk to Tuk team names. This year is no exception!
Each week until the end of February a prize draw will take place. Teams who submit walking times every second Monday will be entered into the draw.
Alexis Arrowmaker is a team from Wekweètì participating in Walk to Tuk for the first time.