Canyoning Equipment

Canyoning Equipment

Canyonering or often called canyoning is an activity that is classified sport outdoors, sport this type of search-based streams, canyons or valleys, and waterfalls that combines various engineering disciplines outdoors. Canyoneering is all about exploring the beautiful, wild places left on our planet, all the while challenging your ingenuity as you overcome a number of natural obstacles. Over the years, numerous equipment have been designed to aid enthusiasts who partake in this activity. Adrenaline Rush Bali providing International Standard Equipment such as:

1. Canyoning Shoes

Due to the wet and slippery environment in most canyons, a good pair of shoes is essential. While some canyoneers use soft-soled sneakers, you can also opt for specialist canyoneering shoes if you are serious about the sport. They provide exceptional grip and keep the feet largely dry.

2. Wetsuit

If a canyon route is very wet and filled with pools of water, wetsuits can provide thermal insulation, abrasion resistance, and buoyancy. Drysuits, on the other hand, will keep you completely dry and require less space to store. However, the major problem with drysuits is that they wear out very fast. If the canyon is dry, thermal clothing will suffice. Alternatively, you can try a combination of the three, experimenting to find out what works best for you.

3. Climbing Harness

Harnesses are indispensable in technical canyons, as they keep you secured to the ropes while abseiling, and hold a number of tools that you may need. Any kind of climbing harness will work well for basic canyoneering. However, while harnesses with padding provide comfort, those without padding don't absorb water, and are cheaper, sturdier, and easier to maintain.

4. In-line Descender

Many canyoneers consider descenders to be the most important part of their kit. These equipment come in many varieties, but in-line devices are highly recommended as you can release yourself from the rope without removing the device from the carabiner.

5. Carabiners

One can use the old-fashioned, heavy steel carabiners, or opt for lighter, aluminum or alloy carabiners, which are usually just as strong. It is important to check for appropriately rated carabiners before purchase, and check regularly for wear and tear.

6. Climbing Ropes

Although dynamic climbing ropes are suitable for canyoneering, static ropes are preferred, because the limited stretch reduces wear and tear, and makes rope retrieval easier. Always prefer those which are water repellent, having a sheath thickness between 8.5 and 10mm. Extra coils of rope are always useful, especially in case of an emergency.

7. Climbing Gloves

While gloves are not mandatory, they make abseiling much more comfortable, especially if the ropes are dry or sandy. Leather or specialist abseiling gloves will protect your hands from the rough canyon terrain effectively.

8.Climbing Helmet

This is a very essential piece of safety equipment as it can prevent head injuries from falling rocks or other accidents in the wet, slippery canyon environment. Make sure that your helmet is rated properly, and it is equipped with drainage holes. Although not recommended, bike helmets can be used occasionally.




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