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The Golden Gate Bridge, standing on the Golden Gate Strait in San Francisco, California, USA, is one of the world's famous bridges and a miracle of modern bridge engineering

We’ve heard enough news about illnesses over the past couple years, let’s focus on people who are feeling HEALTHY. WalletHub just released its annual report, where they rank 182 of the biggest cities in the U.S. from the healthiest to the least healthy.

The rankings are based on 43 different factors including: Overall average physical health . . . overall average mental health . . . healthcare costs and quality . . . Covid rates . . . nutrition . . . fitness levels . . . and local parks, trails, and bike paths. Below are the Top 5 “healthiest” cities…where does Las Vegas ranked, click here to see the entire list!

  • #5 Salt Lake City, Utah

     

    Salt Lake City

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    It’s no wonder the city of Salt Lake cracked the Top 5 with all that there is to do there year round…between skiing, jogging, biking and more!

  • #4 Portland, Oregon

    Portland at night

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    Although they’re known for trying to keep this city “weird”, there is also a sense of being healthy in this Pacific Northwest hub…for that reason it makes the Top 5!

  • #3 San Diego, California

     

    San Diego Gaslamp Quarter (District)

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    It’s no surprise that San Diego would be in the Top 5 “healthiest cities” in the country. The perfect weather year round just gives in to the outdoor activities that create a healthy attitude in this southern California city!

  • #2 Seattle, Washington

     

    Seattle skyline

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    Much like Portland, this Pacific Northwest city has a lot to offer in the great outdoors year round. Everything from the great restaurants to mountain biking, clearly there’s a reason why this city is in the Top 5!

  • #1. San Francisco, California

    Golden Gate Bridge

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    To be #1 on this list, it took a high rating from great healthy restaurants to “green” living to make this city the “healthiest” to live in. Not to mention, the walking you have to do up and down hills in the city also keep those that live there in shape!