The Healthiest Places to Live in America

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There are cities of all kinds all over America and some of them are healthier than others. If you want to live in a healthy city, consider moving to one of these places. Information courtesy of the Travel Channel.
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Richmond, Virginia

Loads of dog parks and lots of walking trails is why Richmond gets a top spot.
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Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland is home to a large rec center that is free for anyone to use. The city also have large fresh food markets and plenty of outdoor space.
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Virginia Beach, Virginia

With over 265 parks and tons of outdoor activities, this is one of the fittest cities in America.
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Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore boasts a large number of playground, rec centers and swimming pools, giving residents plenty of chances to exercise.
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Here in Pittsburgh, residents have access to miles of bike paths, as well as bike rentals.
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Raleigh, North Carolina

In addition to a high percentage of park land, Raleigh is also home to a state park and outdoor space for biking, walking, running and hiking.
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San Diego, California

Lots of places to surf and several meditation gardens help San Diego make the list of healthiest cities in America.
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Cincinnati, Ohio

Outdoor farmers’ markets and lots of outdoor space makes Cincinnati a healthy place to call home.
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Salt Lake City, Utah

Residents of Salt Lake City are very close to a wide range of ski resorts, giving them lots of opportunities to have fun and stay healthy.
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Austin, Texas

Warm weather means Austin residents can get outside for swimming, biking and hiking all year round.
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San Jose, California

Here in San Jose, people can bike and hike on any of the miles and miles of outdoor trails.
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Hartford, Connecticut

More than 27,000 acres of Hartford is parkland, residents have plenty of choices when it comes to getting healthy.
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Seattle, Washington

Despite the often dreary weather, Seattle is home to beaches and miles of walking and biking trails.
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Sacramento, California

Sunny weather and a nearby lake for kayaking and other water sports, coupled with a large number of parks, makes Sacramento a healthy place to live.
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Boston, Massachusetts

There are miles of walking trails throughout Boston, earning it a top spot in America’s healthiest cities.
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Denver, Colorado

Lots of parkland, miles of walking and biking trails, and loads of hiking opportunities earns Denver top ranks.
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San Francisco, California

Here you can shop at fresh food markets and get outside for biking, hiking and swimming.
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Portland, Oregon

Portland boasts more than 10,000 acres of parkland as well as lots of greenspace and biking trails.
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Washington D.C.

In the nation’s capitol, residents have access to a bike share program and lots of fresh local food.
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Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota

The twin cities are home to lots of bike trails and farmers’ markets, earning it the #1 spot on America’s healthiest cities list.
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