TOURS

Itineraries selected for their charm and beauty

EQUIPMENT

Discover the equipment that will be provided to you to go canyoning with us

WHAT TO BRING

Here you find a list of what you will have to bring with you

It sometimes happens that over the centuries, the streams that have carved deep canyons dry up. These dry gorges, also called fossils, offer a unique terrain for exploration and fun, where you can practice Dry Canyoning. The absence of water allows the true beauty of the rock formations to be brought out, but also the vegetation to grow luxuriantly, enveloping us in a unique and wild landscape. Verticality is the master of these itineraries and we will focus more on trekking and rope descents. Another advantage of Dry Canyoning is that you can practice it practically all year round, without having to worry too much about temperatures or too much or too little water in the streams. So whether it's the secret charm of fossil canyons or the refreshing spray of wet canyons, both offer their own unique experiences, are you ready to choose your own adventure?


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Parcheggio di Via Piano a Roccantica

Di fronte al bivio per Terria sulla statale della Valnerina (Sp 209).

Lazio

Fosso di Costa Ariola

Fossil canyon, exciting with its dry white waterfalls.
Surrounded by incredible holm oak, strawberry tree and hornbeam forests.

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Umbria

Forra Pago le Fosse

Dry Canyoning is challenging, both for the heights to be tackled and for the length of the route, but fun is guaranteed!

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    WHAT WE PROVIDE YOU

    Over the years we have tested and selected specific manufacturers and materials to always offer the best!
    We pay great attention to the equipment both for the high safety guarantees and to ensure maximum comfort for participants.
    During all our dry canyoning tours you will be provided with all the equipment you will need for the experience.


    • Helmet

      They are composed of a rigid shell that protects the head from any bumps and stones that can fall from above. They are adjustable for all heads, through a simple and quick sliding adjustment system. Many of our helmets are already equipped with action camera mounts!

    • Harness

      We use harnesses specially created for canyoning, simple and intuitive to wear. They are all equipped with a special rear wear protection that effectively protects both the wetsuit and the harness webbing from abrasion.

    • Figure-of-eight descender

      Connected through a carabiner to our harness, the figure-of-eight descender allows us to descend with the rope in a simple and effective way.

    • Ropes

      We use 10 mm semi-static ropes. After testing many of them, we found a type of rope that guarantees a remarkable grip and an extreme hold of flexibility, which allows excellent control of the descent and is therefore suitable for practitioners of all levels.

    WHAT TO BRING

    Here are the few simple things to bring when you come dry canyoning with us!
    The clothing is not much different from the one used for trekking, comfortable and warm depending on the seasonal temperatures.
    Wearing shoes are important to face the day of dry canyoning with peace of mind.
    If you have any doubts or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


    • Hiking clothing

      Comfortable and warm clothing, remember that generally in the gorges there is little sun and therefore temperatures tend to be lower.

    • Hiking or sneakers

      Shoes are important, to ensure a good grip during the activity. High hiking boots that also protect the ankle are excellent, sneakers with a good sculpted sole are also fine. Absolutely to be avoided by diving shoes!

    • Via ferrata or work gloves

      They are used to protect your hands from the rope rubbing on your hands, they are not essential but we recommend them.

    • Backpack

      Better if it is small and compact, so that it does not get in our way on the descents. It will have to contain water, something to eat and any clothing that we do not use.

    • Bottle of water

      A one-liter flask/bottle per person is typically sufficient. We recommend disposable plastic ones to prevent thermos or other rigid material from breaking. Good hydration is essential when exercising, especially in hot periods when temperatures are high.

    • Energy Bars

      It might be a good idea to bring one or more energy bars to refresh yourself during the activity. Keep in mind that everything you bring into the gorge gets wet, so the bars must also be sealed.

    • Change of clothes

      It's a good idea to bring a change of shoes, pants and socks. Although there is no water in the gorge, it is sometimes easy to find mud.

    • Packed lunch

      A sandwich with something hearty and not too heavy to digest to have a bit of a boost along the way