Washington State Challenge Program
Overview of Washington State Challenge program.
The goal of Washington State Challenges is to encourage participation in events in new areas in Washington State in fun and interesting ways.
The Washington State Challenge program provides opportunities for walkers to learn more about their state through purchasing books focused on various themes.
- 39 Counties 1st Edition -- must be ordered by December 31, 2012 -- $8 tax included
- 39 Counties 2nd Edition -- begins January 1, 2013 and ongoing, $10 tax included
- Landscape – 2010-2012 $10, tax included
- Towns – 2011-2013 $10, tax included
- Parks - 2012-2014 $10, tax included
- State Parks - 2013 CENTENNIAL PARKS CHALLENGE -- $10, tax included
The ESVA Washington State Challenge Committee is very excited to present this one-year challenge. Beginning January 1, 2013, and running 365 days, only, we will be walking through Washington State Parks in the 7 areas to recognize our State’s Centennial of the Parks system. Further, since this is in recognition of the first 100 years, only 100 participants will have this opportunity to sign up for this challenge. This challenge is open to all. For $10, you will receive the challenge booklet to stamp your events, a logo hatpin, and pencil. At the end of the challenge, submit your completed booklet for a patch that replicates the Centennial flag that flies in our State Parks. The official launch of the Program was at the Turkey Trot event November 24, 2012. Order the book now using the form below. There are lists on the State Parks challenge webpage of walks that satisfy this challenge. To find out more on our State Parks, please visit http://www.parks.wa.gov/Centennial2013/. Come walk with us and sign up for this challenge at the same time. Happy Trails!
Click on the book name to locate information and walk lists.
Completed books may be turned in past the deadline unless specified, and patches will be distributed until they are gone.
For more information about the Washington State Challenge Program