A new website is part of one college student's efforts to encourage parents to get their kids out of the stroller and onto their feet.
"The purpose is to leave [the stroller] behind more and more, and encourage them to enjoy those recreational activities that are in a smaller park or a safe area," University of Utah medical student Lindsay Janicki told KSL.
Janicki's website, Track-It-SLC, along with her Facebook page, aim to increase the amount of physical activity children take part in. She has mapped walking trails for places like Hogle Zoo, Sugarhouse Park, Tracy Aviary and Thanksgiving Point.
Read more at KSL.com
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