Nordic walking in and around Hampshire and Dorset – from Brockenhurst, Sway, Beaulieu, Burley, Lymington and Lyndhurst to Milford, Highcliffe, Barton and Christchurch. We are a friendly group of Nordic Walkers who love to make the most of these beautiful surroundings in which we live. Walks range from grass rides in inclosures, to cycle paths, open moorland, cliff tops and sea walls.
“Nordic Walking has done wonders for my fitness and stamina – developed muscles I didn’t know I had! And I’ve dropped a belt size!” says Dave.
We operate as a club where members pay a monthly subscription of £28 and can enjoy unlimited walks with the Group. Walks are scheduled at least 10 times a week so times to suit everyone! Non members are welcome on a pay as you go basis. Well behaved dogs are also welcome.
Free tasters sessions for you to find out for yourself how good Nordic Walking is for you.
Three week Learn to Nordic Walk Courses run monthly.
Guided adventure walks once a month.
All levels of abilities catered for.
Residential Learn To Nordic Walk packages available.
Instructors are fully qualified & first aid certified.
All of our routes are risk assessed for your safety.
Join our friendly club!
Sally says “Suzanne is a professional teacher and guide who manages to make exercise enjoyable! A walk I would otherwise find demanding becomes exhilarating, and the chance to explore new areas of the Forest in a relaxed, social environment is a very special experience”.
Trevor qualified as a NWUK Instructor in 2014 and loves nothing better than helping people get the most from Nordic Walking. His in depth research of the benefits of correct Nordic Walking technique have helped him to help our members get the most out of this fantastic activity.
He is also trained as an Isometric Instructor and is able to offer training in this highly efficient muscle building technique.
From his many years as a business coach, Trevor has great empathy with people from all backgrounds and ages.
Suzanne moved to the New Forest with husband Trevor in 2010 and is passionate about the area with all its beautiful walks. Once she discovered the benefits of Nordic Walking, she trained to become an instructor and has established a very successful and social club where people can come along and share her passion.
She is also trained to deliver MSE (Muscle Strength and Endurance) exercise programmes which are often added at the end of a workout walk.