The University of Arizona Fitness Integral Training (UA-FIT) is the outdoor jogging and strength-training fitness route across campus that allows students, faculty/staff and the local community to take advantage of Tucson's great year-round climate. The self-guided course consists of ten "top-of-the-line" exercise stations spaced throughout the campus. Directional arrows guide users from one station to the next. The entire course loops around campus, starting and ending north of the Main Library. UA-FIT stations are designed to resist temperature extremes, keeping the station benches cool to the touch. Four of the stations are ADA-accessible.
For a map of the UA-FIT Course, click here.
Note: UA-FIT replaced the old Par Course that was donated by the Perrier Company and built in 1979. Time, weather and campus construction projects reduced the original 18 Par Course stations to just seven. Construction of the new course was completed in 2007.