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Nordic Walking holidays in the Plan de Corones ski resort

Stay in shape and have fun during your Nordic Walking holiday in the Plan de Corones holiday resort! All year long, this popular sport can be practiced almost everywhere in the Plan de Corones ski resort. There are numerous Nordic Walking trails, which you can even walk along in the winter. Nordic Walking is not only a healthy and gentle way to stay in shape but also a great opportunity of enjoying the mesmerising landscapes of Val Badia and Val Pusteria. The surroundings of Brunico and Olang as well as the new Nature Fitness Park Plan de Corones-Dolomiti, spanning from Brunico to Olang and Rasun d'Anterselva offer tours for all ages and abilities. The extensive network of 220km of Nordic Walking routes invites you to Nordic Walking along trails for beginners and advanced walkers. Please contact the local tourist boards which will gladly inform you about guided tours, tuition, rental equipment or maps for your perfect Nordic Walking holiday in South Tyrol!

Fit and active with Nordic Walking in South Tyrol

Originating from summer training for Finnish cross-country skiers, Nordic Walking has become a popular training technique. Today, this dynamic way of walking with adequate poles made of light metal is popular with every age group. Nordic walking is easy on the joints and back while activating approximately 80% of the muscles. Nordic Walking in South Tyrol at Plan de Corones takes the walking experience to a completely new level as you will enjoy breathtaking views of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, while quickly walking through the diverse landscape. Inhale fresh mountain air and enjoy the warm sun rays during your Nordic Walking holiday in South Tyrol in the Plan de Corones ski resort!

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