Step up your outdoor game with these park strolls, walking and running paths, riverfront trails, guided tours, and urban stairs. Plus, gear up at local shoe stores, train with running clubs for every level, explore family events, and crisscross the Ohio River’s walkable bridges.

By Damian Dotterweich, Lauren Fisher, John Fox, Judi Ketteler, Aiesha D. Little, Cedric Rose, and Sam Rosenstiel

Cincinnati’s Running Clubs Offer Something for Everyone

If you're looking for some company while walking or running around Greater Cincinnati, check out these local clubs.

Finding Your Way Along Wasson Way

Walking the Wasson Way trails is actually quite relaxing (other than the “traffic jam” section) and relatively easy due to the flat terrain.

New River Walks in Northern Kentucky

Covington’s new riverfront plaza and paths keep momentum going in Northern Kentucky’s pursuit of a unified Ohio River trail.

River Walks in Cincinnati

Riverfront parks link Cincinnati history with modern amenities.

Get Wild at the Great Outdoor Weekend

Get adventurous at the Great Outdoor Weekend, offering more than 100 free events for families this weekend.

Walking Cincinnati’s Neighborhoods

Take it from these Cincinnati locals: the best way to learn the city is to walk (or run or bus) its 52 neighborhoods.

Rating Downtown’s Bridges

Take a walk over the river as we rate Cincinnati’s bridges by walkability, views, and what they connect.

Where to Find Your Next Pair of Walking or Running Shoes

Find your next shoes here before hiking, running, creek stomping, or anything else outdoors. Your feet will thank you.

Editor’s Letter, September 2021: Go For a Walk

The intention behind the September issue’s “Walk This Way” section is to remind us how much there is to appreciate around us when we walk: beauty, history, community, and companionship.

Travel Back In Time on These Four Walking Tours

Learn about ghost sightings at Music Hall, discover the city's brewing heritage, enjoy beautiful murals, and explore Spring Grove Cemetery during these walking tours.

Flying Pig Winner Kerry Lee Hasn’t Slowed Down

The high school math teacher finished first in the Flying Pig Marathon in 2017, and she hasn’t slowed down since.

Riverside Walks and Side Trips on the Tributaries

Urban trails along the Licking River and the Mill Creek deliver a taste of what fully connected pathways could offer.

Become a Stair Master with These Greater Cincinnati Climbs

The views at the top of these five Greater Cincinnati staircases are worth the climb.

Take a Walk on These Greater Cincinnati Trails

Looking for an easy stroll, a challenging hike, or something in between? Let Walking Cincinnati coauthor Katie Meyer be your guide.

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