Nordic walking

Nordic walking is actually how Nordic skiing started out, with modern-day cross country skiing being a specialisation that emerged when the slopes started being damaged! Nordic walking involves using a ski with a wide base for stability, with incisions, scales and grip wax. The telemark technique or downhill skiing techniques can be used when descending.

A walk in the wild

Let's head off on a Nordic marked trail! As long as you have a basic grasp of the classic technique and the snow plough technique (so that you can brake), you will enjoy an unforgettable experience in little developed or completely wild natural environments and in areas with ranges of gentle and average slopes.

Destination faraway!

Long-distance walking enables you to go on real journeys and offers a guaranteed change of scenery. You will walk through high-mountain passes, discover conserved valleys and villages, and will receive a warm welcome from accommodation owners. Remember to take a rucksack with a first aid kit, map and compass, as well as sunglasses and sun cream, for your own safety. ARVA, a spade and probe are vital if you are heading off piste, although it is equally important to know how to use them! Professionals are on hand to help you get to grips with them.