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Date of taking place: 00.00.0000 — 00.00.0000

GPS:
50°40'57.13"N, 13°47'8.81"E

Points of interest: Sport, Nature

Intended for: Family, Able-bodied tourist, Senior, school groups

How: on foot

Practical information:
UPPER SPA CIRCUIT

Lázně • Paraplíčko • Koliba

Length: 1.5 km, Elevation gain: 62 m
Surface: Forest trails, 600 m local roadways
LOWER SPA CIRCUIT

Lázně • Kostel Panny Marie • Mlýnský vrch • Barvář

Length: 3.95 km, Elevation gain: 152 m
Surface: Forest trails, 2.2 km local roadways
NORTHERN CIRCUIT

Lázně • Pod dubským nádražím • U Spáleniště • Údolí Nerudova potoka • Hájovna Vogelsang • Kostel Panny Marie

Length: 9.2 km, Elevation gain: 490 m
Surface: Forest trails, 3.4 km local roadways
EASTERN CIRCUIT

Lázně • Kostel Panny Marie • Mlýnský vrch • Běhánky • Husův vrch • Český porcelán • Výklenková kaple

Length: 6,15 km, Elevation gain: 236 m
Surface: Forest and meadow trails, 4 km local roadways
WESTERN CIRCUIT

Lázně • Městský úřad • Mstišov • Obora • Pod dráhou • Hamerský rybník

Length: 9.3 km, Elevation gain: 255 m
Surface: Forest and meadow trails, 4 km local roadways
CÍNOVEC CIRCUIT

Lázně • Pod dubským nádražím • Pomezí • Cínovec • Sedmihůrky • Pod Židovským vrchem

Length: 17.01 km, Elevation gain: 550 m
Surface: Forest trails, 5.4 km local roadways
MIKULOV CIRCUIT

Lázně • Pod dráhou • Vlčí kámen • Mikulov • Vitiška • Pramenáč • U Dubu • Dubí nádraží

Length: 7.85 km, Elevation gain: 600 m
Surface: Forest trails, 3.5 km local roadways

Dubi map and surroundings

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Nordic walking

Nordic walking

Nordic walking

We don’t need to say too much about Nordic Walking to fans of this modern sport, but for everyone else please allow us this brief introduction. Nordic Walking is dynamic walking with special poles. It was begun in 1988 in Helsinki, Finland, where a competition was meant to take place for cross-country skiing. Too little snow fell, however, and for this reason the competitors headed out on the track with only their poles. From Finland this novelty spread first to Scandinavia, but gradually “captivated” the whole world; after all, practically anyone of any age or physical condition can participate in the sport. Nor is the necessary equipment even that expensive, and can easily be carried on a plane in your luggage, wherever you’re travelling. When using proper technique it engages 90 % of your musculature, and consumes far more energy than ordinary walking. In this way Nordic Walking is also one of the healthiest sports, where you engage the muscles of your entire body, whereas the poles soften the impact of the exercise as well as helping engage your upper body in walking as well. In conclusion we can add that Nordic Walking is also a very social sport that does not prevent conversation and shared experiences.

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