Telescopic Hiking Stick
Telescopic Hiking Stick, Helps improve walking and relieves leg joints.
Walking supported by specific walking sticks is a sport of endurance that has many health benefits.
Telescopic Hiking Stick: Using telescopic canes as a support, climbing is less tiring.
The arms relieve pressure on the legs, especially the knees, and the activity is less damaging to them.
Product from the factory/supplier García 1880. 3 generations of cane makers.
Blue, Black, Green
Anatomic grip with straps to hold the wrist.
When it comes to walking, trekking poles help us improve walking and relieve leg joints.
Light and high strength.
It is also called Nordic walking because its origins go back to when the Scandinavian competitors began to use ski poles to train in summer.
In this way, they increased their resistance and strengthened the upper body.
Now the use of trekking poles has spread and people around the world enjoy its benefits.
Internal shock system helps to absorb vibration, reduces up to 25% of body weight.
Ergonomic handle gives you maximum grip, slip-resistant, comfortable, natural and warm.
Its main features are:
Length: 65 cm (folded) / 135 cm (extended)
Weight: 0,300 Kg
It has a ring stop which makes sand or soft surfaces.Aluminum ferrule protected by rubber ferrule.
The cane is a technical aid for mobility.
The use of the stick allows the user to maintain independence to move around and helps to have a good quality of life, dynamic and active.
We are very fortunate to live in an amazing hiking area…Gúdar-Javalambremountain ranges here in Teruel. And we are only 30 minutes away from the famous company García 1880…walking canes.
So take a look at our hiking canes and pay us a visit please!
“Guardianes del Territorio. Innovación social en el medio rural”
The southernmost county of Aragon is considered on of the hotspots of biodiversity in the Mediterranean.
But is simultaneously one of the most depopulated areas in Spain.
The Gúdar and Javalambre sierras are two mountain massifs crowned by the Peñarroya and Javalambre peaks (over 2.020 m).
That are home to autochthonous species of fauna and flora.
With 8,328 inhabitants in its 2,352 km2, it belongs to the so-called “triangle of desert”.
Yet, it holds the hub for the black truffle production and trade.
Given its continental climate and predominantly calcareous soil.
Its landscape covers a mosaic of pine and evergreen oak forests, agroforestry, cereal crops and pastures.wildlife.
And also a greta variey of wildlife…