These events are described in The Compass, a quarterly publication of the CVA (California Volkssport Association), and the 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

Saturday, July 14 –  Commemorative Emigrant Trail Walk in Truckee sponsored by the Tahoe Trail Trekkers. 

​Saturday, July 21 – No scheduled traditional walk. We will do one of our YRE’s.

Saturday, July 28 – Worker’s Walk for our Aug 11 Traditional Walk (our last of the year). An e-mail will be sent with details.

Aug 1 & 2 – Wednesday Evening or Thursday Morning – Ice Cream Walk sponsored by the Sacramento Walking Sticks. Details for this event are in your Compass.  

Saturday, Aug 4 – No scheduled traditional walk. We will do one of our YRE’s.

Saturday, Aug 11 – Our final traditional walk of the year.  It is our Happy 150th Birthday Walk celebrating our cities’ sesquicentennial. Please send an email to offer to help.

Sunday, Aug 19 – South of South of Market (Discover Mission Bay & Dogpatch), San Francisco sponsored by the SF Bay Bandits.

These 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.

TRADITIONAL WALKS FOR 2018

March 17 in Healdsburg at Bear Flag Republic.
May 19 in Petaluma to coincide with the American Graffiti Car Show. 
August 11 in Santa Rosa celebrating 150th Birthday

For questions or details of any of the above, send email to sonomastompers@yahoo.com  

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
P.O. Box 6838 
Santa Rosa, CA 95406