Format: 20/03/2018
Format: 20/03/2018

Nording walking is one of the most popular activities of our guests.

Nordic walking is the ever more popular condition sport. The accurately coordinated walking with special walking sticks is a pleasant way to work out your whole body. The effect is similar to Nordic skiing. Both leg and upper body muscles are exercised, the back is relaxed and your stamina increased. Positive effects on blood circulation have also been found, making Nordic walking a good preventive measure against cardiovascular diseases.

We offer four trails around the hotel, which are walk able during all seasons of the year:

The path leads from the Nohavicka stream to the old mill, where the fishermen's paradise begins. The trails continues through the wide hills of Olšina all the way to the Skorkovsky fishpond, where during the summer you can no doubt spot horses from the nearby Cordon stables, having a drink or bathing.
This blue pathway is weaved in with fishponds, all the way from the fish aquifer U Dubu to the beautiful village Zdislavice. From there it is only a while to the fishpond Kachlička, where you can even take a swim during the warmer months.
This trail is one of the longest and most beautiful trails in the area, leading through a hilly terrain peaking at 559m. The trail is in the direction of the Koječíns fishpond, from which the Ulrych Mill is only 1km away. The 'Pearl stream', where you can find trouts, flows on by the mill.
Stonetown lies in a beautiful part of Vysocina, suitable for all kinds of tourism. Whether by foot, on bike, horse, ski or even by car, you have a wide range of activities to take part in in this area. During the winter, you can even engage in Nordic skiing. In the Orlov forest, a game-keeper's home renown to all Czech scouts is located, in which Antonin Benjamin Svojsik spent his holidays in before the 1st World War, writing and creating the Czech scouting charter. He even organized the first scouting camps here. The highest point of the Orlov forests is Orlík Hill, also called Čejovský Hill (678 m).
Special Nordic walking sticks are available for rental at the Chateau Herálec reception.