The Nordic Walking in the Carpathian Mountains allows spending up to 600 kkal/hour, which is twice as much as in normal walking on the level ground without poles. About 90% of muscles of the whole body are trained.
Holiday in spring, unlike popular summer and winter, is quieter and quieter. Spring in the Carpathians is a fantastic awakening of nature, the flowering of the first snowdrops, saffron, Valley of daffodils, magnolias, sakur.
Leave the stuffy, dusty cities and come in the summer to rest in the Carpathians. The fresh mountain air of the Pylypets at an altitude of 750 m above sea level and the gentle sun contribute to a natural restoration of strength and energy.
Autumn in the Carpathians is a golden time for photographers and artists, as well as for lovers of mountains in a dress of bright motley flowers.
Rest in the Carpathians in winter in the Grand Hotel Pilipets will please both adults and children. Ski trails, instructors, rental of ski equipment, sledges and snowmobiles in the picturesque resort of Pilipets – all you need for an active holiday in the Carpathians in the winter!
Nordic (Scandinavian) walking
The Nordic Walking has become popular in the end of the 90’s and is a walk outdoors with specially designed poles. During walking the arms and the legs move back and forth, as at walking, but the movements are more intense.