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Nordic Walking

A New Sport Conquers the Alps

Recreational sportsmen and people who care about their health have discovered a great new way to stay in shape and experience nature at the same time: Nordic Walking. Nordic Walking originated in Finland and is the fashionable new sport where you use two ultra-light poles – and not much else – to walk easier and faster.
The great thing about Nordic Walking is that anyone can try it. For sportsmen, it’s a good form of exercise, and for people who don't have as much opportunity to do something for their fitness, it's an efficient way to get the maximum effect. So let's go!

Walking Like the Finns
It's the gentle way to better fitness with the ski and snowboard schools of the Alpe di Siusi.
You can choose from private instruction or fun-filled group classes, for beginners and advanced students. Nordic Walkers have weekly meets, and if that isn't enough for you, you can sign up for the preparatory class to become a Basic Instructor in Nordic Walking.

Nordic Walking ecological trail – ‘legendary waters’. 

The Nordic Walking ecological trail, which combines aspects of nature, health and ecology, stretches across the region of Siusi and Fiè.
Its central point is the theme of water and the tour has been organised to offer new life experiences.

Coming from Siusi (valley station Aerial Cableway), the 10 to 11 km long circular trail leads you first along the existing walking path number 2 through the S. Vigilio forests of the Sciliar National Park with its tight conifer trees and occasional lookout points from the Laranza Forest, to the Fiè Pond. The path back to Siusi leads you through meadows, fields and forest (hiking paths number 7 and 7a). 
World Heritage World Heritage

The Dolomites and their unique beauty

Eagles watching Eagles watching

Take off, soar and watch the Dolomites from their top.

Hiking suggestions Hiking suggestions

Trails for nature lovers, sportives and families

 

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