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Virtual Walk And Cycle Channel - $9.99/mo Unlimited Video Streaming On Over 100 Videos With New Videos Added Every Month. DOWNLOAD FOR FREE : https://www.worldnaturevideo.com Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheAmbientCollection Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/RelaxingDVD For HD DOWNLOAD - http://bit.ly/VwAlpineMountainsDvD This DVD is Available at Amazon.com - http://bit.ly/vwAlpineMountainsDvd Do you want more DVDs and Downloads? Visit our website - https://www.worldnaturevideo.com/ This virtual walk DVD takes you to the amazing and impressive Alps. Experience challenging walks in the Swiss Alps and Italians Dolomites, from dramatic mountain peaks to glacier streams, snow and lush green forest. Imagine yourself breathing in the fresh and healthy mountain air while you work out. Walk 1 Experience a refreshing walk over the high Swiss Sustenpass in the winter and enjoy the rocky landscape in the snow. As you walk further you pass glacial rivers and end up with a stunning view over a magical emerald lake Walk 2 Enjoy the dramatic scenery of the Dolomite Mountains under a dark sky. Continue your walk or run on Passo Valparola where you watch the golden sun shine over the mountain peaks, transforming the landscape in a fascinating place. End your walk with a breathtaking view on mountain peaks under a light blue sky. Walk 3 Discover a light swirling river as you walk through the amazing alpine landscape. As you go further you experience a calming walk through a lush green forest where you see the jagged peaks of the mountains in the distance. At the end you enjoy a stunning sunset over the high mountain peaks. CUSTOMER REVIEWS & FEEDBACK This is a wonderful DVD. I just finished watching all 3 tracks - each has its own special features. My personal favorite is Track 1 - I LOVE it! I love the snow, the mountain peaks AND the fact that the clouds are hanging so low some of the time, it makes me feel like I'm walking right in the clouds! Then there's the beautiful turquoise lakes here and there. I was fascinated by this walk. With all the differences including the rocky landscape and sometimes huge snow piles (from previous plowing) at the side of the road, I didn't take my eyes off this one.