Seattle City | Map, Things to Do, Restaurants & Events
- Walk score: 74.0
- Population: 608,660
Thanks to a healthy activism for open public spaces and walkability, Seattle and its top three walkable neighborhoods of Downtown, International District, and Belltown continue to benefit from public transportation and spaces to bike. It can be tough, though; the city has a lot of hills and often inclement weather, which can make walking a slog. But thanks to our All Terrain VIVIDMax Grip Clog it will be a piece of cake.
CLICK HERE to download the Seattle Walking Guide Map
CLICK HERE to learn about how VIVIDMax Grip Clogs should fit
CLICK HERE to learn about how to wear the VIVIDMax Grip Straps
CLICK HERE to learn about how to clean the VIVIDMax Grip Clogs
Exploring your first city can be overwhelming. This first map(s) will help make sure you have everything you need for ins and outs of a walk friendly city.
Use our online and download resources to help navigate the City, whether you’re walking, biking or taking the train. The walkability of a city brings a lot of benefits onto the sidewalk. For one, if you're a resident you're able to get more exercise, increasing both physical and mental health. Plus, walkable cities are more likely to have a stronger presence in the arts and civic-engagement worlds. If you live in Seattle City, owning a VIVIDMax Grip Clog will go a long way. To make it even better, 2019 research showed that women, men and children living in walkable cities earn more when they’re older.
You DO NOT need to visit everything (we didn't...it's too many places to choose!) but having a list that you can refer back to makes life so much easier.
This post is all about the best cities to walk in + downloadable printable maps.