Southlake is home to several parks and trails that can be explored year-round. Whether you’re a first-time hiker or a nature lover, taking a hike can help boost your mood, de-stress and enhance your overall well-being.
Although spending time in the good ole outdoors is a convenient way to improve your health, a level of preparation is required.
Below are five tips to get you started:
Now that you’re ready to “get your hike on” you can explore one of our parks by visiting www.ExperienceSouthlake.com. Let’s get hiking!
The weather outside is beautiful this time of year, aside from the occasional 100-degree day. The evenings and mornings are cool and crisp. What better way to enjoy the outdoors with a hike around your neighborhood or community!
Southlake is home to over 180 miles of sidewalks and trails, for a variety of exercise or leisure options. The best news is there’s more to come!
The City of Southlake’s interactive sidewalks map shows hikers existing sidewalks and trails, as well as those planned for the future.
The perfect sidewalk or trail is just a few steps away, so grab your water bottle and sneakers, and head outside for hike.
To keep up with all things mobility in Southlake, visit ConnectSouthlake.com, the Southlake Mobility Facebook page or sign up for the mobility e-newsletter.