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Alabama Passport to Fitness

ALpassport2fitnessWhether you’ve lived your life in Alabama or you’ve just arrived, a paradise of surprise awaits you on the 85 walks featured on this website. This project was developed by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA), and its purpose is to promote Alabama’s many fitness opportunities.

Welcome centers across the state, as well as each community with Passport Trails, will provide you with an official Passport Guide that contains maps of the trails and points of interest. To download the complete Passport Guide, select from the general menu to the right of this page.

To make things more fun for you and your family, the ADECA project team created a section within the guide called “Passport Stamp Page.” Present this page, on location, for each featured walk you complete and receive an official passport stamp. As you collect the stamps, you will be walking your way to fitness and better health!

ADECA's Passport to Fitness web page contains an interactive map (requires Adobe Flash player 9 or above) containing street maps and aerial imagery for each trail. More information about the Alabama Passport to Fitness program and the map are contained on their website.

Complete Alabama Passport to Fitness Booklet (114MB Depending on your connection, it may take a while to download.)

Passport to Fitness Interactive Map

Passport Stamp Pages

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