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== Do ==
 
== Do ==

Revision as of 07:52, 23 September 2007

    This article is a travel topic
Canyoning (or: canyoneering) is about going in a bottom of a canyon, which is either dry or full of water.

Contents

Understand

Canyoning combines elements from swimming, climbing and jumping--but requires relatively little training or physical shape to get started (compared to rock climbing, scuba diving or alpine skiing, for example).

See also: Rock climbing.

Destinations

Asia

Vietnam


Australia and New Zealand

Australia

New Zealand

Europe

Austria

Croatia

France

Germany

Greece

Slovenia

near Bled

Spain

Switzerland

Turkey

United Kingdom

Wales:

South America

Brazil


International operators

Below is the list of operators which organize canyoning in other countries than the clients they serve:

  • Team Fokiwa, Netherlands(?), [1]. Based in Netherlands, organize tours to France and Italy.

Do

There are several kind of techiques in a canyon, which are also features of a specific canyon:

  • sifons (dive-under)
  • rappeling
  • jumps
  • slides (tabagan in Spanish)

Plus trivial which are found in virtually every canyon with water: walking, swimming, climbing to large stones.

Other characteristics of a canyon are length, duration, altitude difference; time to get in to a canyon start and to get out from its finish.

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