Bamburgh to Budle Bay is just a short walk but is a good one. The views over the bay and out to the Farne Islands are wonderful on a clear day.Continue reading “Bamburgh to Budle Bay – 28th July 2019”
The Union Chain Bridge to Berwick walk is one of our longer ones, so we all arrived early, keen to make it back to the Chain Bridge Honey Farm tea room before it closed at 5pm.Continue reading “Union Chain Bridge to Berwick – 20th July 2019”
As usual, we had a great time teaching another group of lovely people to Learn to Nordic Walk at Wallington. Everyone arrived early, keen to get on with the training.Continue reading “Learn to Nordic Walk at Wallington – 7th July 2019”
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The start for Tunstall Reservoir is in Wolsingham. So, we arrived early, only to find Sharon was there already. Along with Sharon, we welcomed several others back.Continue reading “Tunstall Reservoir – 30th June 2019”
The Pilgrim’s Causeway is a bit special for everyone who does it and it’s always popular. For some it is a spiritual walk, for others it’s just fun. Regardless, people are never disappointed.Continue reading “Pilgrim’s Causeway – 23rd June 2019”
High Cup Nick is a place we have been considering for a while. It’s not a traditional Northumberland walk but it is one of those iconic Pennine locations.Continue reading “High Cup Nick Recce – 16th June 2019”
We decided to recce the Memory Walk, which will take place on Saturday 26th October. The decision had already been made to do the walk in Druridge Bay, mainly because of it’s length. It’s just long enough to get a 22km walk in. What we didn’t know was exactly where the half way points of each walk would be. So, off we went to find out.Continue reading “Memory Walk Recce – 15th June 2019”
There are currently eighteen different Nordic Walking poles in the Leki range. We have listed them in order of RRP (Recommended Retail Price) here. We have also highlighted the key features of each pole and given a short review.
If you are thinking of purchasing poles, try clicking on the images of the poles. Where possible, they will take you to Amazon, where they can be purchased.
You might be asking “Why do they need eighteen different poles?” Well, they are all slightly different and have features and a price to suit everyone. If you feel that it’s all a bit confusing, we have written an article on how to choose Nordic Walking poles. This should shed some light on the differences and help you choose the best poles for you.Continue reading “Leki Nordic Walking poles”
This was our fifth Learn to Nordic Walk session at Wallington. As usual, we all met up in the Visitors Centre and started from there. Paperwork was completed and poles measured and handed out, we set off for the courtyard.Continue reading “Learn to Nordic Walk at Wallington – 9th June 2019”