Ramblin’ Round Raton (RRR) aims to promote healthy lifestyles through walking and hiking in Raton and on nearby public lands. Research shows that walking can help us live longer and feel better. Ramblin’ Round Raton promotes use of walkways and trails on public land. It organizes and supports walking groups, sponsors walking events, advocates for walkable streets and highways, promotes the development of trails, and supports the enhancement of walking places. Ramblin’ Round Raton is supported by a coalition established by N.M. State Parks, N.M. Department of Health, Miners’ Colfax Medical Center, Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy, the City of Raton Department of Parks and Recreation, National Park Service, GrowRaton!, and the University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center.
Davis, S M.; J M. Hess; J DeBellis; and A Cummings. "Downtown Raton Walkability Workshop Report.." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/prc-reports-documents/2