This programe includes:
Mineral water in reusable bottle
Mapa de bienvenida con la ubicación de todos nuestros servicios
Hygiene kit: sunscreen, gel alcohol and tissue paper
Concierge assistance during your stay
When deciding what to wear canyoning, follow these general guidelines:
Dress for the water temperature, not the air temperature; this may mean wearing a wet suit or dry suit.
Dress in layers, especially on top.
Dress for sun protection. Regardless of cloud cover, a day on the water is a day of sun exposure. So wearing clothing with UPF-rated fabrics is a wise choice (plus sunscreen for reflected UV radiation).
Avoid cotton in all layers, because it absorbs water and stays wet; seek quick-drying fabrics instead.
For any clothing layer that touches your skin, go with wicking, quick-drying nylon or polyester (or another synthetic fabric). Wool dries less quickly, but insulates when wet, so isalso a fine choice.
Wear clothes that let you move comfortably and will be comfortable for long periods of sitting.
• Departure/return time: 10 am to 4 pm.
• Technical Grades: Moderate.
Mountain trekking, with the possibility of occasional use of the hands or chains or ropes to move up the route.
Trail Conditions: Partly facilitated (ie. wooden/stone staircases, bridges, railings). Narrower paths and slightly more technical, although mostly firm and stable surfaces. Rocks and other obstacles are present. Some signage, good trail-markings.
• Type of Terrain: Hilly, with some steeper, rocky stretches that require good eye/hand/feet coordination.
• Distance & Elevation: Elevation gain of 800~1,500 meters and a maximum distance of 15 km in a day.
• Fitness Level: Good.
• Suitable for: People of most ages, who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.
• Minimum Age: Please let us know if there are children under 10 years old.