Welcome to the Volkssport Association of Alberta Website!
 The Volkssport Association of Alberta is the 'umbrella' organization for all Volkssport Clubs in Alberta. 


Latest Breaking News
 
** Alberta Majesty 30 August supper please RSVP to Sharon Tchir  780-340-5769 or sdtchir@me.com if you plan to attend the meal at the restaurant.


**  The 2014 Calendars have been distributed, if you would like a copy please check your closest walk box.
**  CHANGES ARE BEING MADE TO COMBINE THE ST. ALBERT TREKKERS WEBSITE WITH THE  VOLKSSPORT ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA WEBSITE. WE ARE ANXIOUS TO COMPLETE THIS TASK AND MAKE ONE WEBSITE WHERE YOU CAN FIND ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED.  


Calendar Corrections for printed copy (revisions have been made to the online copy):

Airdrie YRE #334: (pg.24) No park pass required.
Banff YRE #112: (pg 24 and last page) Start Point address - 206 Buffalo St T1L 1A9
Banff YRE #337: (pg. 24) 12 km route only
Banff YRE #339: (pg. 25) Add 6 km route
Boom Lake YRE #342: Trail description should say "...up to glacier fed Boom Lake..."
Canmore YRE #75: (pg. 26)Trail rating should be 1B & 2B. Community Program
Cardston YRE #14 & 145: 
were mistakenly listed as Mail-in on page 24 the registration information on page 26 is correct.
Edmonton YRE #34 & 118: check access on line as ongoing construction changes roads that are open. Contact: Joan Redman 780-433-0282. Postal Code T6E 2V3
Edmonton YRE #115: Community Program
Edmonton YRE # 133: Community Program
Edmonton YRE #226: Community Program
Okotoks YRE#142: Community Program
Edmonton YRE #318: Contact: Lou Arsenault 780-249-5860 or aludger@shaw.ca
Beaumont YRE #114: Contact: Ilona Ryder 780-737-8115
 
June 24: (pg 13) Contact: Lou Arsenault 780-249-5860 or aludger@shaw.ca
Community Program: (pg 4) description is wrong see description under the Special Program tab on this website.


 




The clubs of the Volkssport Association of Alberta hold organized walks in Alberta approximately twice a week all year round. With clubs located throughout Alberta, you can walk the mountains, the cities, the towns and enjoy the vastness of this great province. Each club has unique walks to offer, and  history to be learned.  
 
 
The Canadian Volkssport Federation along with the American Volkssport Association are the largest organizations of walking clubs in the Americas. Their 600 clubs host non-competitive walks which are open to the public. 
 
So whether you want to walk locally, around the province, across the country or around the world there will be a walk for you!



Sunset on Walk in Sturgeon County






The CVF Convention is hosted by the St. Albert Trekkers in Banff on May 30, 31 and June 1, 2014. Visit the 2014 Convention Web Site.
 
  
 
 
 

CURRENT VAA NEWSLETTER 
Read all about the provinces activities! Previous newsletters can be found at the VAA Newsletter tab under the VAA History tab.

  February 2014
 

 
Celebrating 25 years of Volkssport in Canada, in Edmonton
                 
 
Visitors since 2009


 Walk for Fun, Fitness, and Friendship



 Walk for Fun, Fitness, and Friendship