Nordic Walking in Bitzevsky Forest

Saturday, 15th of January

10 am - 1 pm

1200 RUB


Bitzevsky is a gorgeous piece of nature within Moscow limits. When there are salt and slush in the city here there only are picturesque trees and soft white snow. The forest is cut by deep ravines to several parts, but having knowledge of where bridge are we can walk all the way from its north to south - about 8 km.



Nordic poles can be provided if you don't have ones and the walking technique be explained.


We run these walks throughout the year, and winter is my favorite season for that because the difference between the city center and outskirts is so striking!


Fill the form or write to Tips@Moscowliving.org to get the meeting point information. Starting and finishing points are near the metro.




Participation: 1200 RUB (1000 with your own poles) Duration: about 2.5 hours Write to Tips@Moscowliving.org to find out the meeting point.

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