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Friday Cafe Nordic Walx - this is up to 2 hours and 5 miles often followed by a coffee at a local cafe or bring your own flask for an after walk coffee and chat.
Todays walk: Cobbs Farm towards Little Bedwyn and Froxfield. This is an interesting walk taking in canal and countryside. Around 5 miles.
Notes: Park at the top of the car park to ensure we dont take up all the parking near the shop. We can have coffee outside the cafe after the walk. We must observe the rule of six so will need to book tables in advance.
Parking: Please park at the top of the cafe car park to avoid others entering the shop and also to not take up all the spaces.
Nordic Walking is an enhancement of ordinary walking – it makes something we can all do… twice as effective! Nordic Walking uses poles to in order to add two major benefits to walking.The use of poles means the upper body muscles are used as well as the legs The poles help to propel the walker along – this means he/she works harder than usual yet the support given by the poles makes it feel easier!
Nordic Walking is a specific fitness technique and is not to be confused with trekking, hill walking or trail running as the poles are not planted in front of the walker/runner but in a specific way that increases the use of the upper body. It can be done by anybody, anywhere and does not require expensive equipment or clothing.
Note: To participate in regular Nordic WALX, you must have completed our Nordic Freedom Course.
Covid 19 guidelines
You must re-visit your PARQ and answer all questions including decalrations on COVID 19.Please do not attend a walk if you have any symptoms and inform me if you develope symptoms within 72 hours of attending a walk.
Please bring your own equipement or if you need to borrow poles you will be provided with Activator strapless poles which are much easier to clean.
All activities will respect social distancing guidelines of 1 metre plus apart.
You can wear a mask if you would prefer to but this is not mandatory.