Canyoning combines the techniques of both mountaineering and potholing with walking in water and some swimming. With a neoprene suit, a helmet and tools such as ropes and harnesses, the participants will have to descend the walls of canyons and ravines, pass through narrow gorges and even cross small waterfalls to get to the river.
This sport allows you to travel to especially beautiful and inaccessible spots.
Before going out, the monitors teach practical ideas to the group about techniques and the use of the tools, which will be new to many.
Canyoning combines the techniques of both mountaineering and potholing with walking in water and some swimming.
Place of Derroulement:
Canyon de Bausen: Located in the Lower Aran, near the village of Bausen, this 1 km long Canyon combines various descent techniques, slides, jumps and reminders.
Duration: 1h30. Technical Difficulty: Beginner/
Canyon de Artiga de Lin: Located in Bas Aran, near the village of Las Bordas, this 1 km long canyon combines different techniques of descent, slides, jumps and reminders.
Duration: 1h30. Technical difficulty advanced/moyen-/aquatic
Canyon de Marmotas: Located on the road to Pont de Suert, this magnificent canyon of 1 km from route offers a very aquatic descent where slides, jumps and rappel are interwoven.
Duration: 1h30. Technical difficulty Aquatic/moyen-
Canyon de Viu de Llevata: Situated on the road of Pont de Suert towards Pobla de Segur, this superb canyon without major difficulty combines a large part of the techniques used during a descent: reminders, jumps, swimming, slides, etc… The almost 2 km of park
The displacement to the ravine is with the client’s own vehicle.
– Know how to swim.
– Clothes, replacement shoes and sports shoes that may be wet.
Altisport Material: – Neoprene, helmet, harness, ropes…