Inspired by First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move initiative to reverse America’s obesity epidemic, Move! El Paso - Walking Trails is an initiative of the City of El Paso Department of Public Health in collaboration with community partners. It identifies and establishes safe walking trails and maps to encourage, support, and promote daily walking and other physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle. Experts recommend 30 minutes of moderate-level physical activity every day in order to improve and/or maintain a person's health. Walking is an activity that can be divided into three, 10-minute or two, 15-minute sessions.
To learn about Move! El Paso - Walking Trails, click on the links below and print our brochures and trail maps.
Click [here for Safety Tips] and learn about pedestrian/traffic rules.
Click [here for Physical Activity Recommendations & Benefits] to learn about physical activity recommendations for different age groups.Move El Paso New Trails Kick Off Schedule
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Funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) - Nutrition, Physical Activity & Obesity Prevention Program
Municipal Rose Garden, Memorial Park Senior Center
Circling around Colonial Verde Park
Skate Park, Mountain View Park, Rae Gilmore Recreation Center