This year, there are close to 15/18 Walks in 10 days. Which indicates that many more people are willing to research and curate walks at least at this time of the year.
The city though does not have volunteers who offer Walks through the year, so tourists do not get to see always, the less known or other side of the city.
The city's weather - it has been at 37 degrees this late August - discourages even early morn Walks.
The positive side about the seasonal Walks is that many young people of the city sign up to explore parts of the city.
And educational too - a young bunch of architects have curated their themed walks that explore Mylapore, which predates the city and is struggling to retain its old houses.