Set in the fabulous scenery of Saddleworth and surrounding area – Nordic Walking with Caroline and her leaders is as pleasurable as it is beneficial. Adventure, Workout, Well-being walks are all regular fixtures in our diary. Ski fit is also on the agenda. With walks from a variety of locations around the region, you can be sure there will be something to suit you. Whether it’s a challenging walk from the Church Inn in Uppermill or something more gentle along the canal path from Greenfield, our aim is for you to get the most out of your Nordic walking in every respect.
Caroline Fisher- An experienced fitness professional with years of experience in getting the most out of people, Caroline fell in love with Nordic walking and is sure you will do too. A referral qualification means that anyone with health issues will be well looked after. Caroline was keen to bring Nordic walking to this area after previously establishing the Delph Donkeys’
Running Group. She offers a variety of walks and classes from the tougher workout walks to the more gentle well-being classes. Her ethos is exercising in the fresh air is best!
After spending over 10 years in a sedentary office job, I needed to get fit and discovered Nordic walking online.
Caroline’s enthusiasm for this fantastic activity was infectious and it didn’t take me long to become ‘hooked’.
I now walk 2 to 3 times a week, my fitness and stamina having increased steadily and the buzz that I get from being outdoors in our spectacular scenery is second to none. I am now a qualified walk leader so I can help others enjoy this great exercise as much as I do.
Nordic Walking – not for me I’m a hill walker, why would I need poles – ha ha!!!!! Well the joke was on me. One taster session later & I was hooked. It an amazing all round workout, that tones & improves fitness.
I love the great outdoors, on the hills in all weathers & take great delight in sharing my knowledge of the local area with other people.
I started Nordic walking as means of helping to improve and maintain my physical fitness and whilst there is no question that it offers those benefits it has also proven a fantastic means of exploring the area in which we live and doing so with a fantastic group of like-minded people.
For me Nordic walking has acted as a springboard, giving me the confidence to build on the skills and improved fitness. I was fortunate enough to take part in Nordic Walking UK’s first Nordic walking marathon in Purbeck and in training for that undertook both the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge & (the lesser known) Yorkshire square walk.