Get Active at the 60th annual Langley Walk
NEW! Register online for free to participate in the Langley Walk.
Participants can choose to walk the route once for 5km or twice to complete a 10km walk.
All finishers will receive a commemorative crest!
Plaques awarded for:
- Oldest walker
- Most walks from:
- a school- elementary, middle, and secondary
- a business or organization
- a family
Year of the Walk: 60th
Date: May 1, 2022
Time: 12:30pm, walk starts at 1:00pm
Location: McLeod Athletic Park
Know Before You Go
- This event will run rain or shine.
- The event begins at 12:30pm with a pre-walk warm-up
- The route is accessible; strollers and wheelchairs are allowed on route.
- Please bring your own reusable water bottle or cup.
- Dress for the weather.
- Langley City and Langley Township will follow current COVID-19 public health orders and guidance from the Provincial Government, Fraser Health, and WorkSafeBC, and makes decisions with respect to safety protocols, pandemic response, and restart activities in the context of health and safety.
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:
- 2021 - 59th - Virtual
- 2020 - 58th - Virtual
- 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
Join us for a fun-filled day of volunteering at the 60th annual Langley Walk, Sunday, May 1 at McLeod Athletic Park. Volunteers are needed for event set up and take down, registration, water stations, and as course marshals to direct walkers. Sign up to volunteer.
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