Streetstepper ... step outside - Cool and healthy, the outdoor fun!
Intensive training with a great outdoor experience
Back friendly by natural posture
Joint-gentle, shock-free movements
Trains the entire musculoskeletal system effectively
Training coordination and balance
Intuitive and easy handling
Learn Streetsteppen quite easily on a guided tour, maybe the most effective outdoor sports equipment on the market.
The combination of upright posture and bumpless step movement is unique among outdoor sports equipment.
It makes the Streetstepper the perfect training companion in the fresh air - especially with back or joint problems.
The nature experience is indescribable.
That's what our tours are about:
Outdoor experience, fun in the group, stepper handling, gentle and performance-oriented stepping, performance in the flat and uphill,
Health / Fitness / Training
Guided tours - rental - advice & sales
Booking on request from Mr. Dirk Bräutigam at (0043) 650 49 76 868
Streetstepper RS 20
Tour led from 19, - €
Rental from 15, - € / hour
Street Stepper MTS 26
Tour led from 25, - €
Rental from 25, - € / hour
guided tours in the Bohemian Forest: (daily by appointment 2-4 people) - no tours in the rain!
Schnupperrunde Alpine and Moldavian views: (about 6 km - RS20 15, - € or MTS26 20, - €)
Meeting point car park Alpenblick about 3 km to the Vltava Click. Here you have the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent view across the border to the Czech Republic up to the Moldaustausee. At the starting point, the Alpenblick offers you an impressive view over the Mühlviertel hills to Bavaria, the Bohemian Forest and on clear days, to the Alps.
Sonnenwaldrunde No.802 (about 23 km, duration about 3 hours - RS20 40, - € or MTS26 45, - €)
From the parking Alpenblick go on a forest road to Grünwald, further to Oberhaag. Then continue on the alluvial canal until you reach Sonnenwald. There is a possibility to stop. Return to Schöneben.
Border country round forgotten villages (about 25 km, duration about 3 hours - RS20 40, - € or MTS26 45, - €)
From the car park Schöneben go on a paved road downhill over the border crossing Schöneben to the Czech Republic and continue to the "Schwarzenberg Schwemmkanal". We drive to the renovated church Glöcklberg. Then it goes on at the Schwemmkanal to the Rossbach lock. There is a possibility to stop. Return to Schöneben.
Moldova lakes round with river channel (approx. 33 km, duration approx. 4-5 hours - RS20 55, - € or MTS26 60, - €)
Meeting point car park Schöneben. It goes on the road to the Moldaustausee. We took the ferry to Horni Plana on the bike path, along the lake to Nova PEc. Here we take a break, with the opportunity for lunch. Then we continue to Schwemmkanal following the path to Glöckelberg and back to Schöneben.
Please get in touch for more information.