The 58th annual Langley Walk is going virtual! To help keep our community healthy and safe, take part in this year's Langley Walk on your own or with members of your household. Langley City and the Township of Langley are pleased to present this year's Virtual Langley Walk. Participation is easy! All you have to do is 5k on your treadmill, in your neighbourhood, or around your home in one go or over several days.
Share Your Stroll
When you've completed your 5k, share a Virtual Langley Walk selfie on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using the hashtag #LangleyWalk to share your stroll.
Receive a Commemorative Crest
The first 1,000 Langley Walk participants to email firstname.lastname@example.org with their contact information, mailing address, and participant list will receive a commemorative crest in the mail.
Date: Now through Sunday, May 31
Time: Anytime! Complete your 5k walk in one day or break it up into several sessions
Place: Your neighbourhood, home, or treadmill
When walking in your neighbourhood, remember to practice two metres of physical distancing from others.
Year of the Walk: 58th
Date: Now until May 31, 2020
Time: Anytime! Complete your 5k walk in one day or break it up into several sessions.
Location: Your neighbourhood, or at home, or on your treadmill; remember to practice two metres of physical distancing from others.
Create your own 5k route by walking through your neighbourhood; remember to practice two metres of physical distancing from others.
The Langley Walk was started in 1963 by Pete Swensson, Langley Township’s first Recreation Director, who was passionate about getting people involved in fitness. The first Walk drew about 500 people who walked a 22-mile course that stretched from Aldergrove Park to River Road, from Fort Langley to City Park. The Walk hit its peak in the 1970s, attracting more than 5,000 people; today the walk attracts between 750-1000 people per year.
Past Walk Locations:
- 2019 - 57th - Aldergrove
- 2018 - 56th - Brookswood
- 2017 - 55th - Willoughby
- 2016 - 54th - Langley City
- 2015 - 53rd - Walnut Grove
- 2014 - 52nd - Fort Langley
- 2013 - 51st - Langley City
- 2012 - 50th - McLeod Athletic Park
- 2011 - 49th - Brookswood
- 2010 - 48th - Willoughby
- 2009 - 47th - Langley City
- 2008 - 46th - Fort Langley
- 2007 - 45th - Walnut Grove
Find stories related to the annual event by clicking the links below.
- 2019 - Aldergrove Star - 57th annual Langley Walk takes family fun seriously
- 2018 - Langley Advance - Walk an important Langley tradition for many returnees
- 2018 - Langley Times - Brookswood hosts 56th annual Langley Walk
- 2017 - Langley Advance - Langley Walk sets off under blue skies