Hello! I am Tracy and I am the nordic walking Instructor for Sherwood Nordic Walking. I am an Instructor Member of British Nordic Walking and am proud to teach the International Nordic Walking Federation (INWA) 10-step technique. This is the only method that will ensure you learn the full technique in order to get the most out of your nordic walking.

Nordic walking is a fantastic activity that anyone can try, but there is much more to it than meets the eye. Combining your natural walking style, excellent tuition and a pair of special poles, nordic walking turns a natural activity into a workout.

With nordic walking you can get fit in the fresh air, meet new people and appreciate the beautiful countryside all at the same time.

I am fully insured and outdoor first aid training and offer Beginner’s Technique courses every month at Thoresby Park. Along with our three Walk Leaders, who are also insured and first aid trained, we offer a variety of nordic walks of 4-6 miles every week day. Our Walk Leader-led relaxed nordic walks of 4 miles take place once a week.

Our regular venues for walks include Thoresby Park, Langold Country Park, Clumber Park, RSPB Sherwood Forest, Sherwood Pines, The Chesterfield Canal, Everton and the Idle Valley Nature Reserve. We also meet at various pub carparks and cafés and have a variety of countryside walks.

We are the official nordic walking group at Clumber Park and RSPB Sherwood Forest.

Nordic walking is becoming more and more popular as people realise it is more than just ‘walking with sticks’. Make that first step, book a taster or a course and come and give it a go!


Tracy Hall is Lead Instructor at Sherwood Nordic Walking and along with Walk Leaders Liz, Tricia and Elaine has regular walks on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays as well as once a month on a Saturday at various locations across the area including Thoresby Park, Clumber Park, Langold Country Park, Idle Valley Nature reserve and along the Chesterfield canal.