The most frequently asked questions we ask ourselves before our first canyoning trip
No jump is obligatory, it is always possible to pass the obstacles in another way, for example by going around the jump, by going down a slide or by abseiling with a rope.
It is necessary to have a good pair of sports or walking shoes that secure the ankle. In the canyon, the rocks and river bottoms are very slippery and the stones are often unstable, which is why it is important to have the right shoes. Please note that beach type slippers are strongly discouraged!
We offer outings suitable for children aged 8 and over, several canyons are suitable for children as well as adults who are a little apprehensive. Do not hesitate to contact us so that we can guide you on the best canyon for you.
You don’t necessarily have to know how to swim to go canyoning. However, you have to go through a canyon that is as unsuitable for swimming as possible. Depending on the canyons, some are more aquatic than others.
In addition, the neoprene suit provided during the outing allows you to float on the surface of the water and therefore help a person who is not necessarily comfortable with this element. We are here to advise you on the best canyon for you.
The specific equipment for canyoning is provided by us, including a full neoprene suit, neoprene slippers to protect the feet from the cold, a helmet and a harness. You will be asked to bring a good pair of sports shoes that hold your ankles well, a swimsuit or swim shorts, a towel and a bottle of water.