With smartwatches from CASIO, you can concentrate fully on your sporting activities. Practical apps and functions (e.g. compass, GPS, barometer, heart rate monitor, color maps) provide support in every outdoor situation – whether mountain biking, mountaineering, trail running or snowshoeing. If you are still looking for the right tour suggestion, you will find inspiration on this page.
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OpenStreetMap can be used without any mobile phone or internet connection. You can simply navigate to the next destination or record the current route.
The PRO TREK Smartwatch supports with integrated sensors (barometer, altimeter, compass) as well as offline usable color maps. Thanks to the mature GPS technology, you can easily check your location on your wrist – no matter where you are on the road.
And if the terrain gets a little rough, the robustness of the watch pays off. It is certified according to US military standards and is therefore robust and waterproof.
For the ambitious
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Do you like getting your body in shape, and training and speed are your hobbies? Then the PRO TREK Smartwatch is your new, intelligent fitness partner!
The heart rate monitor is ideal for managing your speed when hiking, climbing, running and cycling. The dial automatically changes to the heart rate display as soon as you move.
The measured value is displayed as one of five heart rate zones. This allows you to continuously monitor your heart rate and adjust your training accordingly.
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Inspiring route suggestions
Are you still missing the right route for your next adventure? Then we have a few suggestions for you!
How about a crisp mountain bike tour in the South Tyrolean Dolomites, for example? The Prato Piazza in the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park is a beautiful high plateau that turns into a sea of flowers in early summer.
If you prefer to put on your hiking boots, you should definitely visit the Triglav National Park. This hiking area in the northwest of Slovenia, which has been relatively little frequented so far, offers lonely paths and beautiful views.
Do you love speed? Then stop by the Austrian Kleinwalsertal and follow the path of the trail runner elite on the Widderstein Trail.
Of course, the Alpine region also offers plenty of promising challenges in winter. The Sonnenkopf in the southern Oberallgäu is the ideal beginner's mountain for ski and snowshoe tours.