This award recognizes a community’s commitment to improving access to trails and promoting their use and importance for increasing physical activity.

2019 Trails for Health Award

Trails for Health Award: City of Baton Rouge

The Baton Rouge Health District consists of a series of new roads and a Health Loop trail lined with parks that will improve pedestrian access, add exercise paths, and promote outdoor activity and fitness.

2017 Trails for Health Award

Quad City Health Initiative, Be Healthy QC Coalition, and Bi-State Regional Commission

Quad City Health Initiative, Be Healthy QC Coalition, and Bi-State Regional Commission are working to promote trails and to create a culture of wellness that supports healthy eating and active living.

2015 Trails for Health Award

Get Your Tail on the Trail

The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) has partnered with St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) to create the Get Your Tail on the Trail program.

2010 Trails for Health Award

Step Into Cuba Alliance

Step into Cuba is a program to promote healthy physical activity through development of sidewalks, paths, trails, social support, and opportunities for lifestyle change in the Village of Cuba, New Mexico.

2008 Trails for Health Award

Pottstown Health and Wellness Foundation

The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation is a community organization created as a result of the sale of the Pottstown Memorial Medical Center to Community Health Systems.

2006 Trails for Health Award

Arkansas River Trail Medical Mile Project

The Arkansas River Trail Medical Mile is a multi-year collaboration project between the City of Little Rock and Heart Clinic Arkansas, the state's largest cardiology clinic.

2006 Trails for Health Award

Memorial Hospital Foundation - River Bluff Trail, Logansport, Indiana

The River Bluff Trail is Memorial Hospital's most aggressive and unique campaign for promoting good health behaviors.

2004 Trails for Health Award

Jane Lambert

Jane is the Program Manager of the Alliance for Cardiovascular Health in Utah. Jane is committed to improving access to trails and promoting their use to increase physical activity throughout the state of Utah.