Wyoming Valley Wellness Trails Partnership is a collaboration to
promote active living in our Pennsylvania community:
the cities, towns and countryside along the Susquehanna River from
Shickshinny to the City of Pittston.
living restores the daily physical activity
removed our lives by our reliance on cars and conveniences.
Our efforts are linked to a developing regional trail network. Partnership
members include local trail associations, health systems, and organizations
aiming to revitalize cities and improve the natural and built environment.
Move away from a sedentary lifestyle, or find more ways to increase your daily physical activity.
Wyoming Valley Riverfest 2012
Bike Safety Event and Trail Ride on the Levee Trail in Forty Fort sponsored by the Wellness Trails Partnership, the Luzerne County Safe Kids Coalition,& the NE PA Council of the Boy Scouts of America
Active Living and the
built environment and our social environment are key components in
our ability to get and stay active. Local partnerships such as ACHIEVE at the Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA and Live Well Luzerne are working to create lasting change through Safe Routes to School initiatives, a Healthy Community Challenge, and other projects .
Wyoming Valley Trails
Wyoming Valley area is poised to add about 50 miles of new trails.
These facilities will be pathways that foster human-powered movement
throughout the Valley, for recreation, socialization and work. They
are an important part of re-engineering physical activity into our
Wyoming Valley Wellness Trails Partnership is a collaboration of local
health systems, trail organizations, and government and not-for-profit
environmental and development agencies.
Wyoming Valley Wellness Trails Partnership
40 West Northampton Street
Wilkes-Barre PA 18701