Walking Tours: Tips for Nature Hikes, City Walks, and Travel on Foot
Walking allows us to see all sorts of little details, like this hobbit home, tiny libraries, and fragrant flower petals.If there’s one thing we enjoy (besides eating, of course) no matter where we are on Earth, it’s going out for a walk. Even days sequestered during the coronavirus pandemic are peppered with outings on foot. We go to regional parks for nature hikes; our city walks lead us through diverse neighborhoods to museums, green spaces or local grocers. Much of travel itself is inevitably on foot, navigating through airports and train stations and wandering city streets in search of hotels or restaurants.
The health benefits of regular walking are widely accepted. To us, the benefits extend a bit further, putting us in a traveling frame of mind. When we walk, we are clearing our heads, opening up to discovery, and getting some exercise, too. We are not fixed on our phones. We are not beating ourselves up over what we should be doing. A walk is never procrastination but…
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