Members of a Border walking group will stand slightly more still during an informal social event to mark International Men's Day on Thursday, November 19.
The Man Walk gathering will also allow participants to get together in a way not possible for much of 2020.
Volunteer Jason Sunde, who leads two Wodonga walks and a third in Albury each week, said after a stop-start few months owing to restrictions, The Man Walk had been growing.
"It's just been really exciting having the different conversations and the laughter," he said.
"I'm getting something out of it and everyone else is getting something out of it, so I'm glad to help out."
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It's just been really exciting having the different conversations and the laughterJason Sunde
The Man Walk started in Kiama in 2018 and now has about 68 active walks, all offering a place for men to talk and support each other.
Better health for men and boys is the theme for this year's International Men's Day.
"We just wanted to get together and celebrate that and also get out and support the guys that are walking with us," Mr Sunde said.
Thursday's event will be held at Albury's Noreuil Park foreshore from 6.30pm. For more information, contact Mr Sunde on 0423 482 378 or go to themanwalk.com.au.