Project Walks of Survival wants to popularise and raise awareness of three new and slightly alternative sports (climbing, acroyoga and slackline) and thus encourage moving, especially among the youth. This project will contribute to making the use of public spaces more layered and interesting. 
This project participates in the first Tartu 2024 culture and education programme development process, as a part of "Tartu with Europe" programme line. Projects that successfully complete the process will advance in to the European Capital of Culture programme.

By creating new areas in the public space, where the three activities can be done, we will set a positive example for other Estonian cities and also for Europe.  
With different planned events, this project will bring people to the streets, attract tourists to South Estonia and promote the belief that the city belongs to the people and that parks and other recreation spaces are important. In 2024 the project plans to host a festival for every sport that is included in the project, so that new traditions can be born. 
Led by: Gen Mandre ( ja Liisi Kasuk ( 
Read the initial project description from the Bid Book (p 38)