FOREST BATHING WALK

Curso Medio del río Guadarrama, Madrid.
29 FEBRUARY 

Looking for fun while exploring your own nature and the forest,
then this is your walk!
In this forest bathing walk we will enjoy the pleasures of the forest.

FOREST BATHING WALK TAB:

WHERE: Las Rozas Madrid.

MEETING POINT: : Rio Chico, Estacionamiento.
https://goo.gl/maps/AyEEAS5pQLx

DATE: 29 February

TIME: 10:00h – 12:30h*

WHAT TO BRING: A water bottle, some light snacks; Comfortable clothes and shoes that are appropriate for the weather conditions.

GUIDE: Alex Gesse 
Is a Forest Therapy Certified Guide, Trainer and Guiding Mentor.

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This workshop route runs around the banks of the Guadarrama River where you can find holm, oaks, groves, pines, and very diverse birds species including one of the most special ones: the Iberian imperial eagle. Urban life tires us, exhausts, stresses ... what are we going to tell you that you do not know already? If you are in Madrid, this experience will be ideal to disconnect over the weekend and, if you intend, why not also during the week?

The rain offers a vast range of possibilities for connection with nature. Walks will be canceled only in case of severe storms. We will walk with light rain showers.

(*) We recommend you arrive up to 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time. The end time is approximate. The timings can vary depending on the weather conditions and the number of participants in each walk.

FOREST BATHING INSCRIPTION:

PRICE: 30€ participant

MÁXIMUM: 18 participants

INCLUDES: Certified Forest Therapy Guide.
Civil Liability Insurance.

NOT INCLUDES: Transport to the meeting point.
Others not described as included.

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If you are registering more than one person, please fill in one form for each person.

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