The Feet First WALKTOBER challenge gave people numerous opportunities to take advantage of the benefits of walking. Whether commuting to work, running errands, or just stepping out for fun and exercise — people joined in to walk their world!
Congratulations WALKTOBER Prize Winners!
- Chinook Book App
- Marlena Blonsky
- Jeff Harlon
- Daniel Kuppers
- Membership to Seattle Art Museum
- Jennifer Pacumio
- A THINKING PERSON’S GUIDE TO AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS
- Maggie Long
- David Williams’ book Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle’s Topography
- Kelly Bleiweis
Share your walk with us! This year we encouraged you to Snap, Tag, and Post your photos. Using Instagram @FeetFirst_WA #FeetFirstWALKTOBER Get creative. The photos with the most likes will be featured on the Feet First homepage.
Saturday, October 1, 2016
John C. Little Park
6961 37th Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98118
We are pleased to be partnering with Seattle Parks & Recreation to highlight the amazing changes at John C. Little Park in SE Seattle as a part of their Greenways Initiative that creates pathways to parks and makes Seattle parks more inviting and accessible for people of all ages and abilities.
More details about the event here.
When we walk, our communities become stronger. Walking creates time to catch up with friends and family, see our neighborhood, and explore new places. Walking also opens up possibilities to connect to people and places we haven’t experienced before. Walk more. Connect more.
Feet First made it easy to connect to any type of walk. Keep an eye out for WALKTOBER 2017 and get ready to celebrate all things walking!
Thanks to our WALKTOBER Sponsor
City of Issaquah