San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Black Park route weaves its way through stunning majestic woodland on lovely pathways. Its right next to Pinewood Studios, home of Harry Potter! There is a lovely cafe and visitor centre.
To enter simply choose your challenge:
5Km | Starts 11:00am
Entry Fees: BNW Member £10 | Non member £12 on-line booking | £15 on the day | children 14 and under £6
10Km | Starts 10:30am
Entry fees: BNW Member £13 | Non member £16 on-line booking | £20 on the day
21Km | Starts 9:30am
Etry fees: BNW Member £18 | Non member £20 on-line booking | £25 on the day
To become a member of British Nordic Walking click here
There are Challenge categories for fastest man and woman in each distance and for the fastest team in each distance. Just enter the event as an individual and add your team/club name.
Team entries are for four named people, add your team name to your entry form. The combined times of the four team members will be added together to give the team time.
All the routes are off road and traffic free with attractive views. Suitable for all levels of fitness and for children and adults (children must be over the age of 7). If you are new to Nordic walking you must have a lesson prior to taking part in the Challenge. Please contact us for details of how to book a Nordic Walking lesson.
Pole hire available and free tatser sessions available for those new to Nordic Walking
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British Nordic Walking CIC
British Nordic Walking CIC specialises in Nordic Walking throughout the UK - we love Nordic Walking and want to share it with as many people as possible
A passion for Nordic Walking
British Nordic Walking is run by national Nordic Walking coaches, each with a real enthusiasm for developing the Nordic Walking community in the UK through expert training, creating Nordic Walking opportunities from fun events to serious challenges, and disseminating the latest expert understanding of the benefits of Nordic Walking.
An internationally recognised body
British Nordic Walking is affiliated to the International Nordic Walking Federation (INWA)
This means that our instructor training is always based on the latest research from around the world with regard to both Nordic Walking teaching methods and the health and fitness benefits of Nordic Walking.
A Community Interest Company
Originally formed as a limited company, British Nordic Walking has now adopted the Community Interest Company structure to better reflect out ethos of supporting our growing community of Nordic Walkers and Nordic Walking Instructors.
This means that our profits are reinvested in initiatives to further develop Nordic Walking as a popular activity for health, wellbeing and fitness in the UK.