Did you know that walking regularly is one of the easiest ways to get the recommended 30 to 60 minutes of daily physical activity needed to ensure good health? Walk Richmond helps make this goal more attainable by offering free walks throughout the year, providing opportunities to volunteer and supplying resources to help keep you moving!
King George Park – January 5, 2019 from 10:00-11:00 AM
Start the new year off on the right foot by discovering King George Park.
Join this walk through a 30-acre urban park in East Richmond and explore the many amenities offered including a waterplay area and community gardens. Visit the Richmond Public Library pop-up table after the walk to find out about library resources and free classes for the community.
Meeting Spot: Main entrance to the Cambie Community Centre, 12800 Cambie Road.
This free guided walk series is for people of all ages and fitness levels and is led by a member of the Richmond Fitness and Wellness Association. Come connect with other walkers in Richmond.
Meet 10 minutes before scheduled time as walks begin on time
Walks include a warm up and cool down as well as light stretching
Remember to bring a hat and sunscreen
Walks happen rain or shine
Walks can be up to one hour long and are approximately 4 to 5 km in distance
Walks are at your own individual pace
First Aid and volunteer walkers are available on each walk
Parent(s) with strollers are welcome
The following walks are pet friendly (dog off-leash areas): Shell Road, Sea Island, South Dyke and Horseshoe Slough
Source|City of Richmond
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