During our canyoning tours, we implement important safety procedures which allow people of all ages and abilities to participate. Here is what we do:
We rappel from platforms safely built at the top of each rappel.
We use a separate upper safety line to keep you safe.
We use a separate thick rope that you rappel from.
We always have separate guides that maintain and manage the upper safely line, the main line from the platform and at the bottom of each rappel. So you always have a minimum of 3 guides for each person while you are rappelling.
We have safety cables that you are always connected to at the top of each rappel.
We have strong railings on all our trails to help you walk through the canyon. They are made of recycled rope that we no longer use for rappelling.
We have a special way that we lower the kids down each rappel so they don’t have any control of the rope, we make it easy, fun and safe for them.
We have wide clean trails in between each rappel so it is easy to walk in the canyon.
We send a minimum of 4 guides up to 12 guides in the canyon (depending on the amount of people on the tour.)
We use an outside company that specializes in setting anchors, cable wraps and the sport of climbing and canyoning to check all our systems monthly.
We have a special team of staff that stays in the canyon keep an eye on all anchors and maintaining the trails. We check all anchors every day.
We have special gear (harnesses, helmets and gloves) for children.
All our guides received extensive professional training.
All our guides are trained on how to work with special needs clients.