Nordic walking and travelling

When planning your next holidays, why not combine some lazing about with a little sporting activity? Would you like to enjoy the great outdoors and discover new landscapes? Don't give up your favourite sport. Pack your poles easily in your suitcase!


Switch off from work and reconnect with nature

We all know that Nordic walking is the perfect way to get close to nature, head into the wild and seek beauty and fresh air. You can breathe it all in, get rid of all that stress and relax. By working on your endurance, you will improve your breathing, strengthen the muscles across your whole body (90% of your muscle chains come into play) and recharge your batteries to the max. Whether in the countryside, up a mountain or at the seaside, you are guaranteed to feel better!


Choose the Nordic walking trip that best suits you

In a great number of countries, more and more tour operators, holiday camps and sports associations organise Nordic walking trips in magical locations where exceptional landscapes and natural beauty come as standard. From a simple introduction of a few hours to a dedicated Nordic walking holiday, there is a huge range of options available. There are even mixed holidays that combine Nordic walking and thalassotherapy or Nordic walking and travelling.


Take your Nordic walking equipment with you

There's no Nordic walking without poles! They are your trusty companions. The trick? When it comes to travelling, consider telescopic poles that can be easily transported. If you prefer one-piece poles, you can always buy a small case to protect them: You can take them everywhere, even on the plane. When it comes to shoes, ensure that they have the right blend of flexibility and grip for the types of terrain you will face. The most important thing is to choose a pair of Nordic walking shoes. Lastly, in addition to a cap and sunglasses, don't forget to keep hydrated with a hydration pack or bottle-holder belt, which you can also use to store your keys and mobile!

All that's left is to pack your bags...