If you can’t fly – try walking

Following the lead of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport has joined forces with their local chapter of the American Heart Association and set up marked walking paths for passengers inside the terminal

There are two one-mile walking paths, both post-security.

The Main Walking Path starts just beyond the C/D security checkpoint in the Main Terminal. The East Walking Path begins just past the security checkpoint in the East Terminal.

If you find yourself getting tired on your airport hike, don’t fret. The airport has also recently installed rocking chairs for weary passengers.

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