Nordic walking

Discover the magic of Nordic walking! It is a dynamic fitness version of walking across natural terrain with the use of specialized walking poles and it is beneficial for your health. A big pro of this increasingly popular sport is that it uses almost all of the 660 muscles of the body, trains the circulatory system and strengthens immunity. Nordic walking is less strenuous on the knees and joints than jogging and it is also suitable for people suffering from back problems or osteoporosis. At the same time, Nordic walking is twice as effective as normal walking without poles.

Which poles to use

body height Pole height
200 cm 135 to 140 cm
190 cm 130 to 140 cm
180 cm 125 to 135 cm
170 cm 120 to 130 cm
160 cm 110 to 120 cm
150 cm 105 to 115 cm
140 cm 100 to 110 cm
Pole length = 0,72 x times your body height or
your body height minus 50 cm.
Slopes

Ask for a brochure with a resort map at the cash desk. In addition to a map, you can find other essential information useful for your pleasant stay in the Winter Park Martinky.

Slopes

Dopravné zariadenia

Weather

Today 22/09/2021

Noon
Cloudy
Wind:
2.7 m/s
Temperature:
5.0 °C
Afternoon
Partly cloudy
Wind:
2.1 m/s
Temperature:
5.0 °C
Evening
Fair
Wind:
2.7 m/s
Temperature:
5.0 °C

Forecast for next days

Thursday 23/09/2021
Cloudy
Wind:
2.4 m/s
Temperature:
8.0 °C
Friday 24/09/2021
Cloudy
Wind:
4.7 m/s
Temperature:
10.0 °C
Saturday 25/09/2021
Partly cloudy
Wind:
3.1 m/s
Temperature:
13.0 °C
Sunday 26/09/2021
Partly cloudy
Wind:
1.4 m/s
Temperature:
15.0 °C
Monday 27/09/2021
Partly cloudy
Wind:
1.8 m/s
Temperature:
13.0 °C
Tuesday 28/09/2021
Heavy rain showers
Wind:
1.9 m/s
Temperature:
14.0 °C
Wednesday 29/09/2021
Partly cloudy
Wind:
3.0 m/s
Temperature:
10.0 °C
Thursday 30/09/2021
Fair
Wind:
2.3 m/s
Temperature:
10.0 °C

Weather forecast is provided by Yr, supplied by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

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COVID-19

Due to the risk of Covid-19 transmission, the upcoming season will be a little different than we would like. However, we believe that spending time outside in the fresh air while respecting strict hygienic measures cannot be harmful.

We will regularly update all the information depending on developments in the country and region.

However, the following rules remain in place:

Cover your mouth and nose when around others
Keep a 2-metre distance
Pay by card, buy a ski pass online here
Wash your hands with soap and water several times a day
Avoid close contact with people who don´t live in your household
Cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow when you cough and sneeze