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Form a community, school, or workplace team and together conceptually walk the distance of the Big River from Zhatıé Kų́ę́/Fort Providence to Tuktuuyaqtuuq/Tuktoyaktuk.

Registrations open December 1, 2023 and close January 15, 2024

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About Walk to Tuk

Walking the Steps of our Ancestors: NWTRPA Walking Challenge

WCAC Members: (from back leftto front right) Hannah Taneton, Elizabeth Stirrett, Diane Gordon, Christina Holeman & Annie Steen. Missing Les Blake
WCAC meeting in Tuktoyaktuk, November 30, 2022
Public information session in Tuktoyaktuk, December 1, 2022
WCAC Members in Tuktoyaktuk

Seeking NWT Writers or Artists

Are you a NWT Hamlet, NWT Non-Profit Organization, NWT Classroom, NWT Writer or NWT Artist? The NWT Recreation and Parks Association (NWTRPA) is seeking different partnerships with NWT based organizations, NWT Communities, freelance writers or artists to write articles or create art-based projects for the upcoming 2024 Walk to Tuk communication campaign: aligned with the recommendations of the Walk to Tuk program review report, Walking the Steps of our Ancestors: NWTRPA Walking Challenge. Follow this link to learn more:  Walk to Tuk Communication Campaign

Walk to Tuk News

November 23, 2022

6 Reasons Why YOU Should do the NWTRPA Walking Challenge

Have you registered for the 2023 NWT Walking Challenge yet? If not, here are 6 reasons why you should! 

December 16, 2023

The NWTRPA Walking Challenge is FINALLY HERE! 

You’ve been waiting a whole year and now it’s here. The NWTRPA Walking Challenge (previously known as Walk to Tuk) is back!   

December 16, 2023

Walking Challenge Review Update

In 2021, the NWTRPA Board of Directors decided to temporarily change the name of the popular NWTRPA Walk to Tuk Challenge…