Important: For the IML stamp the walker has to
walk EACH day at least 20 km.
1. The walker buys an International Walker Passport after
his/her first IML walk and may purchase the bronze medal.
After obtaining stamps from three different IML events on the first
page of the passport, the walker may purchase the number 1.
3. After completing the second serie of three different walks (see
second page), the walker may purchase the number 2, etc…..
So before purchasing a number or a medal the
passport will to be checked!!!
The medals and the ribbons are the same all over the
On completing IML walks in eight of the Pan Pacific region or eight
walks in the European region the walker is entitled to the Pan Pacific
or European Walker title, certificate, and clip.
completing IML walks in the eight founder member countries the walker
is entitled to the International Master Walker title, certificate, and
A participant completing 75% or maximum 10 IML walks (whichever
is the lesser) in each IML region is entitled to the Global Walker clip
and certificate. These can only be presented at any IML WALKING
ASSOCIATION event (note that no walk shall be used twice to qualify).
Procedure: The walker has to present their IML passport "in
person" and ALL passports have to be complete. (Name, address and
picture of the walker in all passports) No exceptions will be
Example in the current situation: We have now 28 IML members
divided between 18 in the European Region and 10 in the Pan Pacific
In practice: A "Global Walker" is someone who has done:
75 % of the European IML walks (14: max) 10 different walks have to be
done in the European Region. 75 % of the Pan Pacific IML walks (8
different Pan Pacific walks.)