Boating is like a triathlon that involves walking, climbing, sailing and swimming. This opens up many opportunities for adventure anywhere in the world. In fact, you can do it easily or with difficulty. You can do a triple half or go to failure and design an Ironman of canyoning. Known in the UK as ghyll scrambling, kloofing in South Africa and river tracking, it is an activity that takes you around the world! Here are 10 of the best places.

1. Partenakhlam, Austria. This strait in Austria is suitable for canyoning all year round. The stalactite ice and icy water that provides the wonderland of winter, and the complete summer adventure where the ice melts into spectacular waterfalls, and the whirlpools with spectacular valley background along the 800-meter wide mountain.

2. Grand Canyon, USA. Known for its archaeological value, the Grand Canyon is a gold mine that knows the facts and has amazing sites carved into the Colorado River thousands of years ago. This place has sloping lands and magnificent rock formations.

3. Wollinguan, China. Exploring this great canyoning spot in China’s first national park takes more than a week. However, the time taken to discover it will be worth your adventure. Technology has played an important role in exploring these valleys as the world’s tallest elevator accesses the stunning labyrinth of valleys, the variety of paths and the rock formations.

4. Smoke Khosi, Kathmandu, Nepal. The valleys and trenches that are formed by the melting of the snowy peaks of the magnificent Mount Everest, make the valley climbing in this mountainous region the best. Guide your way through the valleys and valleys by ending your adventure on a spectacular descent into the lush waters of the river.

5. Verdun Grand Canyon, France. Carefully marked routes make it easy for novice travelers. However, for those who want moderate to adrenaline, you can follow the turquoise waters of the famous Verdun River and enlarge limestone buildings at different angles and slopes. Then challenge your skills at the Styx du Verdon, which consists of a long maze of thin cliffs that lead to an underground river.

6. Agave Valley, Canada. Go back when you encounter Canada’s oldest natural masterpiece. The Agave Valley is part of a protected desert area that can only be reached on foot. Untouched, untouched and incredibly beautiful forests and gorges provide this great environment for a relaxing day of canyoning.

7. Bruar Falls Valley, UK. An experience full of adrenaline rush for a full day! Choose one of the exciting days of canyoning or choose a night adventure for that more mysterious aura. Whether you choose day or night, you are still finishing this great adventure with a big splash and you are falling from a 120 foot waterfall.

8. Copper Valley, Mexico. A remote place where early spring shows the best that nature has to offer. It is the largest valley system in North America, where rugged terrain and medium to difficult slopes fully meet the adrenaline challenge you need. Stunning views of the Orique River encourage you to continue walking on the narrow paths that lead you through the valley.

9. Pyrenees, Spain. This is a great valley view right next to the charming Vero, Marco Balsed and Fermiga rivers. This is a complete product, with ambient, light and weather.

10. Blue Mountains, Australia. Climbing in the most comfortable mode. The Blue Mountains contain about 400 valleys of varying degrees and hardness. Valleys like the Grand Canyon are great for novice boaters, while Empress Falls is a wonderful haven for visitors. To challenge you can try the Claustral Valley or choose to stay dry and choose the Tiger Valley. Or if you want to add to your adventure, you can enjoy caving in the caves of the monsters.

Canyoning is a sport that takes you on great adventures around the world. This activity is not very difficult to find, especially when talking about mountainous places. And with the rapid increase in popularity due to the diverse and unique activities, canyoning has become the people who want to do all this work.



Source by Cameron Bruce