Eastbourne Walking Festival

About

Nordic walking is much more effective than both natural walking and walking with trekking poles, as it simultaneously gives the body aerobic (heart & lung) and resistance (muscular strength) exercise. By improving your normal walking to make it more natural combined with learning how to propel the body forward using specialist (not trekking) poles, Nordic walking recruits more muscles throughout the body for the movement. With good technique, this makes Nordic walking much better than most other forms of physical activity at exercising the whole body. Come and have a taste … poles are provided.

Walk leader: Peter from Nordic Walking for Health

Walk grading: Easy

Approximate distance: 2-3 miles

Children are welcome with parent/adult/carer

There is a cafe on this walk

There are toilet facilities on this walk

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This place will only be guaranteed once Nordic Walking for Health receives your completed questionnaire, including a phone number. To download the questionnaire click here

If this is event is listed as full, email Nordic Walking for Health to find out if the reserve place is still available

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Map & Directions

Nordic Walking Taster Session - Birling Gap

Type:Walking Festival

National Trust at Birling Gap Visitor Centre, East Dean, East Sussex, BN20 0AB

Opening Times

Season (23 Sept 2020)
DayTimes
Wednesday10:00 - 11:30
Season (24 Sept 2020)
DayTimes
Thursday14:00 - 15:30

* Approximate finish time

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