The autonomous canyoning course is the perfect start to launch you in this activity. It will give you all the knowledge necessary, to be able to explore all the moderate risk canyons in the world (V3 A3 II).
The objective of this program is that your able to organise a canyon trip of moderate risk and to independently progress in these canyons while ensuring the safety of your teammates and yourself. It will boost your problem-solving ability and to tackle unexpected problems during canyoning. From dealing with the weather to launch a rescue in a canyon.
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brief description of a “moderate risk canyon” follows:
It must have simple escape routes that do not necessitate the use of protection or progression equipment, as well as no dangerous variations in water flow. Verticals in the canyon should not exceed 30m, and swims should be no more than 30m. Aquatic features should be low that don’t create dangerous water movements. The total duration of the trip should not exceed 4 hours, allowing for flexibility in the event of an emergency or unforeseen event.
With a maximum of 6 trainees, you will be offered an 8/10-day course. This course is broken down into pre-training days (free online courses), 8/9 days of practice (indoors, on cliffs, rivers, and canyons), divided into 4 modules, and 1 day of customized “Clinic.”
preparation for trip – vertical progression
whitewater and rescue
equipment and escape
Improvement and clinic
Accommodation, breakfast and dinner
Our facility It’s in the small village of Žukovica. It has a small population of about ten people and is located away from the crowd. The hotel is located high up the mountain, facing the Adriatic Sea, providing a breath-taking view from your room. We have several rooms, each with its own bathroom. There is also a public kitchen available for cooking, as well as a fireplace with the necessary BBQ if needed.
In the village, you can also meet the locals and taste their home-made wine and Rakia (local Liquor), and there is a local restaurant where you can dine. It’s a little higher in the village, so the view is even better than from your room. The dinner is entirely homemade and consists of three courses.