Events are described in The Compass, a quarterly publication of the CVA (California Volkssport Association), and CVA website http://www.CVA4U.org/. 

For information on AVA, go to www.AVA.org.
For local contact information on these events, click on About Us.

WEEKEND EVENTS

SaturdayJuly 3 – SWS (Sacramento Walking Sticks) have a friendship walk in Sacramento.
Saturday, July 10 – SWS have a friendship walk in Stockton.
Saturday, July 17 – SWS have a friendship walk in Citrus Hts.
Saturday, July 24 – SWS have a friendship walk in Rancho Cordova.
Saturday, July 31 – SWS have a friendship walk in Alameda – Bay Farm Island.

Saturday, August 28 – Traditional Walk in Lake Tahoe, CA sponsored by the Tahoe Trail Trekkers. “Emerald Bay/Rubicon Trail South.5 & 10K walks, both rated 2B. Along with this, the SWS are doing two friendship walks, one of Aug 27 (Friday) in Reno and Aug 29 (Sunday) in Olympic Valley.

Saturday, September 4 – SWS have a friendship walk in Carmichael.

Saturday, Sept 11 – A traditional event in Stockton, CA sponsored by the Delta Tule Trekkers. 5 & 10K rated 1A.  

Saturday, Sept 18 – A traditional event in San Francisco, CA “Downtown” starting at the Embarcadero Plaza, 6K & 10K both rated 1A.

Central Coast Beach Boardwalkers presents “University Walkin”; a Pacific Region Special Program. Book costs $10.00 and runs through 12/31/24; redeem by 12/31/25. Details in the Compass or information is available at the CCBB website: https://www.beachboardwalkers.org

These dates are contingent upon our getting past the current pandemic and social distancing parameters. 

For information on these walks, send email to sonomastompers@yahoo.com  

TRADITIONAL WALKS FOR 2020
October 10 at Sonoma County Airport

Guide to the trail ratings:
1A  Very small hills or very little stair climbing.  Probably suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.  Cumulative elevation gain from starting point up to 200 feet.  Almost entirely on pavement.
1B – Very small hills or very little stair climbing.  Probably suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.  Cumulative elevation gain from starting point up to 200 feet.  A significant part of the route is on well-groomed trails with very few obstacles.
2C – Some moderate hills and stair climbing.  Probably suitable for strollers.  May not be suitable for wheelchairs.  Cumulative elevation gain from starting point 100 – 1000 feet.  A significant part of the route is on somewhat difficult terrain (rocky/rooted paths or soft sand).

Sonoma County Stompers
American Volkssport Association
110 Valley Lakes Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95409