multi NORDIC Ski
Cross-country skiing group: Multi-Nordic in full form !
Do you want to let go, to escape, to discover new horizons ?
For beginners or more experienced, accompanied by an ESF instructor, set off to explore the surroundings of the resort on cross-country ski trails adapted to your level and discover the beauty of the mountains.
A different program every day to help you discover the many facets of cross-country skiing :
- Sunday : Introduction to classic cross-country skiing
Discovery of movement techniques on the flat, uphill and downhill, all well balanced !
- Monday : Introduction to classic cross-country skiing
The sliding step, the snowplow and the scissor climb will have no more secrets for you !
- Tuesday : Improvement in Nordic skiing From the alternate step to the elementary turn, passing by the half-plow snow or the telemark ! In search of efficiency and control, in complete relaxation !
- Wednesday : Nordic getaway
Explore the Nordic domain of Pralo thanks to the technique acquired, far from the noise and bustle of the crowd! A pure "Nature" moment.
-Thursday : Objective Biathlon with the laser rifle
Manage your effort on skis before hitting the bullseye in full concentration ! A fun moment discovering an Olympic sport !
- Friday : Skating, sliding feeling !
Discover skating and progress in the different techniques of the skating step to evolve effectively on the Nordic area of Pralognan !
Over 4, 5 or 6 half-days : It's up to you to choose according to your desires and your level ! From 10 years old.
For information, the skis used for classic cross-country skiing are long and narrow : they do not have metal edges, and the central part is waxed for restraint or, failing that, equipped with scales as part of a tourist practice. leisure. This traditional technique, called classic, consists of advancing in 2 parallel tracks. It is also called the alternate step technique, because the glide is performed from one foot to the other.
The skating step, also called by its English name "skating", is practiced with smooth skis, without retaining wax, to slide as well as possible over the entire length. This style, which is similar to skating, more demanding than the classic, requires a certain physical condition.