Walking trails are an important part of any community and allow the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while getting physical and mental health benefits.
The Hocking Valley Community Hospital & Osburn Associates, Inc. Walking trail located at the hospital is open for patients and community members to utilize all year round. The trail is one mile in length with various stopping points to provide instructions for stretching or additional work out opportunities in preparation for the final exercise station located in a shaded area at the end of the trail. Additionally, it offers plenty of off street parking and a safe place to walk with pets and push strollers while burning off some calories. We invite you to make the new walking trail a part of your daily wellness program. Outdoor map signage is located at the starting point of the trail, next to the sidewalk across from Entrance B of the hospital at 601 S.R. 664 North, Logan.
The Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) recommend that adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity each week. Guidelines also recommend that children and youth be active at least 60 minutes per day.
A map of the trail is below: