Those looking to get relaxation and health benefits from walking have to look no farther than the Las Vegas Valley.
This week's installments of View focus on some of the locations around town, like many areas in Summerlin, where locals go to walk, as well as the places where bodies like the City of Las Vegas are looking to increase "walkability."
Places like the Spring Valley and Sunrise areas are also noted for their trails, or lack thereof.
From the Pittman Wash Trail in Henderson to the parks in Centennial and North Las Vegas, the focus this week is on "walkability."
Read about your neighborhood:
LAS VEGAS/DOWNTOWN: City tries to keep pace with making community more walkable
CENTENNIAL: Trail system would help residents walk to work, school, other destinations
NORTH LAS VEGAS: North Las Vegas residents give their take on walking in their city
SUMMERLIN: Summerlin amenities encourage pedestrian traffic
SOUTHWEST/SPRING VALLEY: Experts say the southwest part of Las Vegas not great for walkers
PARADISE: City tries to keep pace with making community more walkable
WHITNEY/SUNRISE: Walkers, wheelchair-bound challenged by poor sidewalks, lighting
HENDERSON/ANTHEM: The city of Henderson maintains streets and trails to help promote walking in neighborhoods