Code of Ethics of the Canyoning

The canyons are a wealth scarce. The fact of being subject to sudden flooding make them not as delicate as a limestone cave, but, still, it is necessary to carry out certain principles in order to preserve them as much as possible. It is expected that people who visit the canyons follow the following points:

  • Do not mark the walls of the canyon with pins unless there is no other point of tying ropes to be considered. Almost without exception, the canyons can be made without the need for pins. Experienced Canyonistas usually rely on their own skills to improvise a tie point if no other exists.
  • If possible, use natural tie points such as trees and logs where there’s no need to leave hooks.
  • Don’t let handrails fixed rope near small waterfalls (this also will make it easier and safer for other people could use their own strings).
  • Do no harm on the way to the canyon is he to get in or out of a cave. If there is a way to use it, but if there is – do not attempt to open a. Don’t let piles of rocks anywhere within the canyon.

This sport requires an experienced guide. If you are not familiar with the techniques of rappelling or if you don’t know the dangers of currents, whirlpools and rocks, you may be in serious jeopardy, ignoring you on advice from others more experienced in canyoning. The practice of the canyoning needs the correct equipment, monitoring and good knowledge of the aquatic environment.

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