Welcome to Step and Stride!

~Committed to meeting you where you are in your fitness journey~

8MC 2015

Join us again this year at Blackhand Gorge! Don’t miss out on this beautiful nature walk that benefits a great cause. The Licking River flows through this state nature preserve, rich in history and scenery. Come to breathe the fresh air and see the new buds on the trees. Spring is near!

We will once again walk to support the Breaking Free Riding Therapeutic Center. They are a non-profit 501C3 equine center located in southeastern Ohio that uses riding to improve the physical, psychological and cognitive abilities of their participants. Last year our donation enabled them to build a new wheelchair ramp for their facility. What will we accomplish this year?! Please join us in this 8 (or so) mile walk. The distance is up to you – Just by getting out there you are making a huge difference for yourself and others. You will have the option to make an additional donation to Breaking Free through the registration link.

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CONGRATULATIONS to all those who participated in the Fitness & Fashion 5K! We had an incredible turnout and a great deal of fun. Thanks to each and every one of you who made it the best year yet. Be sure to check out the photos

Mark your calendars! Our next event will take place at
Blackhand Gorge on Saturday, April 11, 2015. 


dress for success



Your generous clothing donations and participation in the Fitness & Fashion 5K enabled us to support the Columbus chapter of Dress for Success this year. Thank you!

This is a great local organization whose mission statement is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. 


Step and Stride is a community of walkers achieving fitness and wellness in a fun, friendly environment. Our events are for all levels of walkers.  

Step and Stride Walkers

Walking…On Purpose

To learn a little more, spend one minute watching this video