Nordic walking is an outdoor sport that consists of accelerated walking with specific walking sticks. This sport, which is extremely popular in the Scandinavian countries, is practised both in summer and winter. It is a derivative of cross-country skiing.
Oxygène Forme Nature offers year-round trips to the forest of Fontainebleau :
Hiking and Nordic walking sessions are available for individuals.
Nordic walking, a playful and effective activity in a natural setting...
Regular outings all year long on Wednesdays and Saturday to guarantee results.
à la carte outings
For groups already formed, outings are available à la carte :
Guided tours in the forest of Fontainebleau
Interview de l'éco-acteur
She created Oxygène Forme Nature in 2005 and is passionate about the forest. Sylvie is generous and likes to transmit what nature teaches us: strength and wonder.
Sylvie, can you introduce Oxygène Forme Nature ?
A specialist of guided tours, walks and hikes in the forest, Oxygène Forme Nature takes an educational approach and is fun for all audiences: school, groups, individuals, business councils, etc.
I also offer Nordic walking tours (the real kind!). Do not confuse Nordic walking with walking sticks - these two practices have nothing to do with each other! The technique is different: amplitude, thrust, balance between the upper and lower body, posture... it is important to learn the right technique to benefit from it.
In what way is Oxygène Forme Nature reflected in the values of the Biosphere Ecotourism program ?
The profession of a nature guide requires a good mix between the discovery of a natural environment - which is often fragile - and the transmission of knowledge. I offer outings that reconcile the beauty of landscapes while avoiding over-frequented sites that encourage soil erosion.
The Biosphere Ecotourism network also makes it possible to link with the other partners of the network. There are many of us in Bois le Roi: Spa, hébergements insolites, hiking with donkeys... Locally, Oxygène Forme Nature also supports initiatives for the collection of waste in the forest.