Winter forest bathing - Shinrin Yoku

Verena Hiltpolt

AT-6100 Region Seefeld - Tirols Hochplateau
bookable from
from 7.– EUR

Description

WINTER FOREST BATHING – SHINRIN YOKU
Out you go.

This Japanese trend has been popular in Seefeld since 2016.
You meet the forest and the forest meets you. Listen to the rustling of the trees and bathe in their beauty. Recharge your batteries, feel the forest. With our nature coach, Verena Hiltpolt.
This gentle walks talks place in all weathers.

*Languages spoken: German and English and a basic knowledge of Italian and French.

Meeting point:
Treffpunkt:
P3 Fiaker-Parkplatz
Innsbrucker Straße
6100 Seefeld


Equipment

Good shoes and warm, weatherproof clothing are absolutely necessary. Wanderung findet bei jeder Witterung statt.

Meeting point

P3 parking lot
Innsbrucker Straße
6100 Seefeld

Price information

If you stay overnight in an accommodation in the Region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau, you will receive the PlateauCard free of charge from your host and you can book the experiences marked "with guest card" now.
The guest card itself is not necessary during the booking process. The guest card must be presented on site before the start of the event in addition to the booking confirmation.

Cancellation information

No free cancellation possible! In case of cancellation due to weather conditions or if the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will automatically be reimbursed. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will be informed the day before between 17:00 and 18:00.

FAQ

In which languages is the experience offered? German and English and a basic knowledge of Italian and French.
Duration: approx. 2 hours

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