Nordic walking with sticks in the Carpathians. Nordic walking is appeared in
Nordic walking with sticks in the Carpathians
Nordic walking – – English Nordic Walking – appeared in Finland in the 1940’s, but became popular in the late 90-ies of XX century. Is a walk in the fresh air with a pair of specially designed poles that look like ski. When walking, the arms and the legs move forward and backward, as in normal walking, but more intensely. Contraindications Nordic walking – no.
Nordic walking in the Carpathians allows you to consume up to 600 calories per hour, and on flat ground is about 400 kcal/hour, which is 2 times greater than during normal walking without poles on flat ground. Trains
about 90% of the muscles of the body, as in swimming.
The Nordic walking poles can be rented in Pylypets, and clothing and footwear selected according to the taste of the tourist.
Holiday in the spring in contrast to the popular summer and winter is more quiet and peaceful. Spring in the Carpathians is a fantastic awakening of nature, the first flowering of snowdrops, Shafranov, Valley of daffodils, magnolias, Japanese cherries.
Leave the stuffy, dusty city and come to the summer vacation in the Carpathian mountains. Fresh mountain air, the hotel is situated at an altitude of 750 m above sea level and sun contribute to natural recovery and energy.
Autumn in Carpathians – the Golden age for photographers and artists, as well as for lovers of mountains in the outfit bright and variegated colors.
Rest in Carpathians in the winter at the Grand Hotel Pylypets” will delight both adults and children. Ski slopes instructor, ski equipment rentals, sledges and snowmobiles in the picturesque resort Pylypets is all that is necesary for active rest in Carpathians in the winter!