canyoneering


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can·yon·eer·ing

 (kăn′yə-nîr′ĭng)
n.
The sport or recreational activity of hiking, biking, or boating through canyons, especially the sport of descending very narrow canyons by rock climbing, rappelling, and swimming. Also called canyoning.

can·yon·eer n.
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The Guadeloupe Islands will serve as a natural extension to JetBlue's Caribbean-leading strategy due to its diverse yet unique product offering that includes: five major islands to explore; black, gold and white sand beaches; a large range of accommodation options; cultural excursions; unmatched eco-tourism activities like hiking La Soufriere, waterfall canyoneering or diving; and of course, Art de Vivre and authenticity.
We booked with operator Canyons for a full, adrenaline-filled day of rafting and canyoneering. Had we preferred to round out our stay with some sightseeing, the town's onsen (hot-spring baths), old-fashioned trains and local food offerings would have filled that time nicely.
There are still more popular sites to visit in southern Cebu, like the Kawasan Falls and canyoneering in the towns of Badian and Alegria, whale shark ('butanding') watching in Oslob, and Osmena Peak in Dalaguete town.
'There's island-hopping; trekking mountains or volcanoes; getting the adrenaline rush through water sports or canyoneering at waterfalls; or traveling back in time visiting ruins of the Philippines's past as a Spanish colony.'
There's island-hopping; trekking mountains or volcanoes; getting the adrenaline rush through water sports or canyoneering at waterfalls; or travelling back in time visiting ruins of the Philippines' past as a Spanish colony.
No-one should leave Moab without checking out the extra activities on offer, ranging from a serene float ride along the Colorado River to canyoneering. The Rock Shop is also a must for anyone looking to pick up an unusual souvenir, a dinosaur femur for example.
it offers range from scenic driving to hiking and even canyoneering and
"Canyoneering and trekking especially in the towns of Alegria and Badian were suspended.
As the development in Cebu expands beyond its already congested center, City di Mare is positioned perfectly as the gateway to the island's southern delights: whether it be canyoneering in Kawasan falls, swimming with the whale sharks in Oslob, hiking Cebu's highest peak in Dalaguete, seeking the elusive Cebu Flowerpecker in Nug-as forest in Alcoy, cruising the Bojo river in Aloguinsan, or exploring Moalboal's famous divespots, the shift to living closer to the south makes perfect sense.
This year's group trekked to Needles National Park in Moab, Utah, backpacking for four days followed by two days engaging in a variety of activities, including off-roading, canyoneering and repelling down cliff faces and arches.
Traveling from Mount McKinley to Pakistan to Switzerland (home of the Eiger), Krakauer introduces the eccentric mountaineering community as they climb frozen waterfalls (in Valdez, Alaska), attempt life-threatening hang gliding and bungee jumping (Chamonix, France), or canyoneering in Arizona's Mogollon Rim.
Once rescuers reached them, it was discovered the group was poorly equipped for canyoneering at this time of year.