Walking

Computer simulation of a human walk cycle. In this model the head keeps the same level at all times, whereas the hip follows a sine curve.
Racewalkers at the World Cup Trials in 1987
Nordic walkers
Free heels are a defining characteristic of ski touring
Human Walking Cycle
Hiking with full packs.
Gauchetière Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Two king penguins and one gentoo penguin walking on a beach on South Georgia, British overseas territory
The walk, a four-beat gait
An Asian elephant walking
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One of the main gaits of terrestrial locomotion among legged animals.

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Computer simulation of a human walk cycle. In this model the head keeps the same level at all times, whereas the hip follows a sine curve.

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A dog walking service

Dog walking

A dog walking service
Many cities encourage dog walkers to pick up after their pets by providing free baggies along popular paths or in parks, such as this one in Yorba Linda, California.
A dog being walked along the beach
This professional dog walker on skates is pulled rapidly down a street by six dogs in Summit, New Jersey.

Dog walking is the act of a person walking with a dog, typically from the dog's residence and then returning.

A wheelchair on the street

Wheelchair

A wheelchair on the street
Depiction of Chinese philosopher Confucius in a wheelchair, dating to ca. 1680.
Nicolas Grollier de Servière (1596–1689) Wheelchair in his Cabinet of curiosities
Folding chair and stackable rigid chairs for visitors in NÄL hospital, Sweden
Wheelchairs allow access for tourists with disabilities, like this child in Egypt.
Boardwalk wheelchairs, early 20th century
A standing wheelchair with electrical 4-wheel drive and standing functions
A modern racing wheelchair
US vs. France, FIPFA World Cup, Tokyo, Japan, October 2007
Tracked all terrain wheelchair
A beach wheelchair
A wheelchair with a lightweight power add-on attached
This footbridge includes a step-free ramp to assist wheelchair users.
Wooden wheelchair dating to the early part of the 20th century
19th-century wheelchair
A beach wheelchair at a public beach in the Netherlands
A snow wheelchair at an outdoor park
A Leveraged Freedom Chair wheelchair user in Kenya. The chair has been engineered to be low-cost and usable on the rough roads common in developing countries.
Wheelchair fitted with Mecanum wheels, taken at an Trade fair in the early 1980s

A wheelchair is a chair with wheels, used when walking is difficult or impossible due to illness, injury, problems related to old age, or disability.

The Ramblers

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A path maintenance team from The Ramblers.

The Ramblers is the trading name of the Ramblers Association, Great Britain's leading walking charity.