Out and About
The Wellness Center has partnered with Healthy Klamath, Klamath Trails Alliance, Discover Klamath, and The Ledge to challenge our community to get out this summer and enjoy the beautiful trails in our area.
How to participate:
The 2021 Klamath Trails Challenge kicks off on May 29.
Participants will have 14 weeks to complete as many trails possible in the 2021 KTC Official Passport. All passports must be completed and returned by September 9 to redeem a prize.
You can print your passport from Healthy Klamath.
Or you can pick one up at the Sky Lakes Wellness Center.
Resources to help you get out and experience the natural beauty of Klamath Falls and improve your health and wellness while you're at it:
Geo Trail map (PDF).
Steen Sports Park has a 5K walking trail with fitness stations and indoor facilities at Mike's Fieldhouse.
Sky Lakes Wellness Center offers an assortment of classes to help you achieve your wellness goals.
Prevent Infections. An easy way to prevent the spread of infections is proper hand hygiene. Download a printable "Clean Your Hands" handout (PDF). Download a "cough etiquette" handout (PDF). Learn more about COVID-19 and how to fight it.
More tips to help you avoid illness are in the Health Library.
The Blue Zones Project is a community approach to making the healthy choice the easy choice. Learn more about the Blue Zones Project in Klamath Falls and the Power 9 principles.
The Blue Zones Project and Healthy Klamath work with local people, leadership and organizations to keep Klamath Falls a desirable, safe, and healthy community.
Our interactive online Patient Guide has key information about a hospital stay, answers frequently asked questions and offers tips on how you can take charge of your health.
Read the newest edition of Vantage Point, our annual report showing some of the ways we benefit the community and how we strive to make where we work and live better.