Nordic walking


Our Nordic walks are now FREE so come along and join us as we explore many different routes across central & rural Stirling.

Nordic walking is a technique that is similar to the upper body action of classic cross country ski-ing - it becomes a whole body exercise that can be enjoyed at many levels and burn a whopping 46% more calories than regular walking without poles. To get the most out of Nordic walking please note that you should be fit enough to walk for over an hour at a brisk pace.
 
To take part in our Nordic walks we ask that you first complete 3 consecutive weeks of training as detailed below:-

 

Dates - Wednesday 7,14 & 21 February 2018 
Time - 1.30-3.00pm

Venue - Moray Park, Doune 

Poles will be provided
Cost for the 3 sessions - £20


The sessions focus on correct technique to ensure you get the most benefit from Nordic walking. Poles are provided and we ask that you try and complete all 3 training sessions before joining your first walk. To book contact Bookings on 01786 273555.

Our walks are on as follows..
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Stirling Town Nordic Walks 
Month Tuesday
7.00pm - 8.30pm
Thursday
1.30pm - 3.00pm
TBC TBC TBC
Walks will resume in January. Dates coming soon.

Please note town walks meeting points will be updated monthly.

Rural Nordic walks 
Weekly walks take place on Wednesdays from 1.30pm – 3.00pm
Date Venue Meeting point - marker ref number
10 January  Croftamie Wayfarers car park - ref 8
17 January Killearn pipe track  Branziert road, North ref 27
24 January Gartmore Main Street, village hall ref 12
31 January Aberfoyle Scottish Wool Centre, car park - ref 15
7 February  Dalmary car park Drymen rd, G63 OEA - ref 11
14 February Gargunnock House Garrgunnock main street - ref 1
21 February  Doune Moray Park Ref - ref 22
28 February Mugdock Park Main top car park - ref 36
7 March  Buchahan Castle Estate Buchanan Castle golf club car park - ref 9
14 March  Balloch Country Park Main street car park - ref 35
21 March Great Trossachs path or Falls of Leny Bochastle car park - ref 19
28 March  Drymen, part of west highland way Garadhban forest car park - ref 10
4 April  Edenmill  Ednmill cafe, Glasgow road - ref 33

To use the map:-

Go to Reference Map
 
Find the Meeting point and choose the marker number which corresponds with the marker ref on the schedule.  You can either click on the marker or choose from the list on the left of the screen.  
 
Zooming in shows more detail and by clicking on the directional icon you can get driving directions from any location.  Please note that we don’t always give postcodes as one code can cover quite a large rural area and so may not be accurate in Sat Nav.

For any further information on Nordic walking please email us on walking@activestirling.org.uk