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.
The votes are in! The colour for the 2017 “I walked to Tuk” t-shirt is…
The first prize draw for all submitted stories and photos took place on February 3.
By now you’ve probably learned a lot about Walk to Tuk – that it is a great way for you and your family and friends to get active
Here is some information that will help you navigate our website.
In February 2016 we published this article on an event co-hosted by the NWTRPA called Why We Walk: A PechaKucha Night.
In 2017, over 3400 people in 272 team from 29 communities registered for the popular physical activity challenge.