About Us

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WalkCK is a new non-profit organization in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. From April 2014 to October 2014 we will be hosting monthly hikes on the third Saturday of every month starting at 10:00AM. Our monthly hikes are free and no registration is required. We welcome people of all ages to our events.

We will also be having a guided Nature Walk in the spring and the fall which will be led by local naturalist Allen Woodliffe. These Nature Walks are also free. However, registration is required, and can be done on our website by clicking on the sidebar under Events: Nature Walks and the nature walk you are interested in.

Our goals of WalkCK are:

  • To introduce, educate, and celebrate our diverse habitats while taking time to enjoy walking outdoors in the fresh air in the natural environments offered in our community.

We are very fortunate to have many different trails throughout a diverse ecosystem of plants and animals within the many Conservation Areas and National Wildlife Areas, in two of our Provincial Parks, and trails that also run along Lake St.Clair and Lake Erie.

We look forward to walking the trails with you.

Feel free to contact us by:
E-mail info@walkck.ca
Facebook: www.facebook.com/WalkCK
or follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/Walk_CK


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Comments

  • Angela says:

    How long are the walks? Duration?

    This is a wonderful idea!

    • Kim Broadbent says:

      Thank you Angela!

      I don’t imagine the walks would be anymore than 2 hours. I am sure if someone has to leave early that would be fine. Some trails are longer than others, and the beauty of walks is that you can take them at any pace! We hope to see you out at a walk!

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