May is National Walking Month.
There are lots of easy ways to get out for a stroll in Leeds, from digital apps to city tours and even a local walking festival.
An app named Love Exploring is also available to download and features 25 trails across the city.
Love Exploring also offers augmented reality games, including the brand-new Mega Mini-beast Hunt which is available in 11+ locations across the city.
The game features hyper-realistic giant bugs which creep, crawl and fly, as well as an interactive quiz.
If you have primary school-aged children, you can link your account to their school to score points as part of the citywide Love Exploring Leeds Inter-School Challenge, which runs throughout May.
All participating schools win a prize, and the top-scoring family will win an iPad.
City centre strollers can join Rachael Unsworth from Leeds City Walking Tours for 4 free guided walks, on May 5, May 11 and May 18, commissioned via Leeds City Council’s Influencing Travel Behaviour team.
Get Set Leeds Local is also organising a walking festival in New Wortley, bringing together partners for a networking walk on 6th May at 9.30, meeting at New Wortley Community Centre.
Other events include a calendar of walks, a scavenger hunt challenge and a schools BINGO walking challenge. Follow #NewWortleyWalks to find out more.