Top Five Ways to Get Fit in Your New Hometown
It’s a new year and what better time than now to focus on fitness goals? Residents of Ten Trails have ample opportunities to get fit using our many community amenities and through easy access to local outdoor recreation sites!
Ten Trails Bike Lanes
Ten Trails’ community bike lanes make cycling safer and a convenient and healthy way to get around. Take your bike for a spin around the community in the new year, or hop on your bike next time you want to visit neighbors instead of getting in your car. Not only will you be doing something healthy for yourself, but biking is better for the environment as well!
Parks and Green Space
Outdoor activities are a great way to get fit in the new year! Ten Trails is committed to providing open spaces for residents and the public to enjoy, including many parks and green spaces that are ideal for outdoor recreation and fitness. At a minimum, there will be approximately 500 acres of open space within the community when it is complete. This will be comprised of wetlands, buffers, critical areas, natural areas, both passive and active park spaces and trails.
Walking/Jogging Paths at Ten Trails
When development has finished, Ten Trails will have at least ten distinctly different trails for residents to use for walking, biking, fitness and more! Currently, our paved trails connect the different sections of the neighborhood and nature trails weave through forested areas of the community. Enjoy walking or running through Ten Trails while admiring the beautiful views of nature and the mountains.
If your preference is to stay active through playing sports, then Ten Trails has plenty to offer! The community’s large Civic Park has basketball hoops, a sports court, two bocce ball courts and large event lawn that is perfect for a game of kickball or touch football with the neighbors.
Nearby Outdoor Recreation
Ten Trails is conveniently located near some of the Pacific Northwest’s finest outdoor recreation sites like Black Diamond Open Space, Crystal Mountain Resort, the Cascade Mountain range, the Issaquah Alps and Mount Rainier National Park. Opportunities to get fit via hiking, camping, rock-climbing, mountain-biking, and more are just a short drive from the community.