Our Walks

Our regular weekly Nordic walks in Bath are an hour long and held in beautiful Royal Victoria Park. We meet outside the Royal Pavilion Café BA1 2NR at the following times:

Monday 10-11am – Sarah Lillywhite

Saturday 9-10am – Debra Tarring/ Lindsay Atkin

We also run Nordic walks in Bristol which you can join. 

How can I join you?

If you are new to Nordic walking and have not been previously trained by an instructor you will need to attend a Beginner Workshop before joining any of our walks.

Book your Beginner Workshop in Bath with us today.

Do I need Nordic walking poles?

We always supply Nordic walking poles for free. If you own trekking/hiking poles they are different to NW poles so please leave them at home.

Our Nordic walking classes are suitable for most fitness levels, although as there are hills in Royal Victoria Park you will need to be a confident walker. The terrain is a mix of flat ground, hills, grass, tarmac and track.

What should I wear when Nordic walking?

Please wear suitable footwear – walking shoes or boots with a good tread are best but your instructor can talk to you more about that on your Beginner Workshop. Open toe shoes or sandals are not suitable. Dress appropriately for the weather and it’s good to wear a few thin layers so that if you get warm you can remove them as needed. Some people like to bring a small backpack or bum-bag to carry keys, water etc.

How do I pay for my  Nordic walks?

There are 3 different packages available:

5 Nordic walks for £42.50 (£7.50 per session)

10 Nordic walks for £80  (£8 per session)

15 Nordic walks for £112.50  (£8.50 per session)

All packages last 6 months and you will be able to purchase a block of Nordic walks after your Beginner Workshop. 


We have a limit of 16 people per class and we ask everyone to book online. You can book up to 4 weeks in advance and there is a 24 hour cancellation period.

For any other questions please email us or call Ros for an informal chat on 07886885213.

We look forward to meeting you.

Nordic Walking in Victoria Park, Bath