Walking for Health Pathways is intended for everyone in the campus community: undergrads, graduate students, post-docs, and all levels of faculty, staff, and appointed personnel. Members of the Tucson community are also welcome to use the paths.
The goal of Walking for Health Pathways is to promote a healthier campus community through culture change, the mapping of walking and running pathways and their distances around campus, and education through the availability of health information and professional services.
Please view the suggested walking pathways, campus walking tour podcasts, and helpful tips:
As you follow the paths set up on campus, here is another opportunity to increase your level of physical fitness. Try the Student Health Advisory Council's UA-Fit course.
Safety first! Some of the Walking for Health Pathways are not as well lighted as others. Take special care at night to stay with those paths that are well-lighted and in more populated areas. Let someone know when you are going and your approximate time of return. Carry a whistle or cell phone for your protection, or walk with a buddy.
Walking for Health Pathways is sponsored and collaboratively developed by four different campus entities: Campus Facilities and Planning, UA Life & Work Connections, Campus Recreation Center, Residence Hall Association.