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Can I take part in Caynoning when I wear contacts/glasses?

Almost with every inquiry/booking this question is aksed, so much better it is to answer it now already.
Wearer of glasses can wear the glasses on easy tours without hard water contact or big slides und jumps or respectivly take them off for a short moment. We do recommend at least a strap for your glasses, even better glasses for sport.
Wearer of contacts should bring an extra pair of lenses and if they have goggles, which for example prevent that the lenses will be washed out when ropping through water.
If you don’t necessarily need glasses or contacts, it is definetly more comfortable without them. You could ask your provider if you can rent goggles.

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Canyoning for kids/beginners?

As it is with many sports there are different difficulty levels with canyoning as well. Only in rare cases this is communicated directly, they talk more about a beginners-tour. The demand for this tour can be handled by everyone with an average fitness-level between the age of 12 and 60 and without prior knowledge. With canyoning-beginner-tours the slides and the jumps can usually be avoided or roped down. The guide can help the client to rope down, incase he is not confident about that yet.

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