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By EMILY PORTER
The Manhattan Mercury 

Manhattan trails offer inexpensive way to exercise

 


MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Though the summer heat can make staying at home on the couch sound inviting, getting out for some exercise is still important for long-term health.

Hitting the local trails in and around Manhattan for a quick walk, run or hike can be an inexpensive and health-conscious choice — and a way to spend some time in the cooler parts of the evening or mornings this summer, The Manhattan Mercury reported.

The Manhattan area has 20 trails open to the public, according to the City of Manhattan's website.

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