Regular physical activity can be difficult to manage, especially given today’s hectic pace. Physical activity is proven to significantly decrease the probability of chronic illness development and has uplifting effects on emotional and mental health. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend that adults should perform at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous physical activity per week.
The GatorsGo Explore walking map covers most of UF’s main campus in Gainesville to help you meet your recommended physical activity levels while on campus. The map provides 10 walking and running routes as well as one bicycling route, with each route color-coded. In addition, you will find more than 15 walking maps provided by GatorCare and a detailed walking map of the Florida Natural Area Teaching Laboratory (NATL).
Let’s explore the campus together and add a nice refresher to our day!
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GatorCare Walking Maps
Take a quick 6 minute break or a full on 30 minute walk with these UF and UF Health campus walking maps developed by GatorCare.
GatorsGo Explore Walking Map
Explore UF’s main campus with this walking map.
UF Natural Area Teaching Laboratory Walking Map
Explore the four distinct habitat types accessed by NATL’s nature trails on the west side of campus.
Take your walking to the next level with the Walker Tracker app, a free wellness platform for UF and UF Health Employees.