For many of us, walking is an easy, inexpensive and social way to exercise and stay healthy. And there’s certainly scientific evidence to support the health benefits of walking. When the weather’s less than ideal, some of us turn to indoor walking venues, such as shopping malls. In fact, the CDC has issued a guide to help people set up mall walking groups. However, changes in our economy are threatening this favored activity, as many malls are shutting down due to competition from online shopping sites. If your local mall is closing, and you’re looking for a new walking path, Harvard Health suggests you steer clear of more congested roads, as the fumes you may inhale would cancel out whatever health benefits you gain from walking. No matter where you walk, you may want to connect to one of the many walking apps now available for your smartphone, some of which can even monetarily reward you or the charity of your choice as you rack up the miles. Take a look at the app options Here, and no matter where, the key is to just keep on walking.