In this site, you can create your own canyon data page. Just send us the canyon information you wish to publish online, by following the instructions at the bottom of the page (if you have a sketch, send it as an attachment and tell us clearly which canyon you are referring to). It will be published very soon after. You can see the final result that you created before sending it, by simply pressing button ‘See page’.
Just fill it the various fields in the page. It’s very easy !. The page code is constructed automatically, all you have to do is send us your information and we upload it to the server. If there are any errors, we correct them, otherwise the data will be published just as you sent it. You can do all the changes that you want before sending it simply by generating the code, to see the result of what it will look like once it's made.
Bear in mind that the site is open to all users who wish to participate and contribute. Our sole interest is to spread information about canyoneering. We can guarantee that we will not use this information for any purpose other than this.
If you have a sketch that you have scanned, you can send it as an attachment to your e-mail. If you don’t have the sketch and want to draw it, follow the following
To be able to do pages without being connected, you save the page with the menu ‘save as’ (Microsoft Internet Explorer) or similar. When you access the page from the directory where you saved it, you will be able to create pages and save them as unsent mail. When you connect, you will be able to e-mail the pages thus generated.
GPS Coordinates at the beginning
GPS Coordinates at the end
Altitude at the beginning Altitude at the end
Township (indicates nearest town, detail access to it below in the field Approach)
Type of rock that forms the canyon (Sandstone, Basalt, Limestone, Conglomerate or Pudding stone, Flysch, Gneiss, Granite or other)
Type of canyon (canyon, narrow, opened... etc.)
Information on water situation (if it is a dry canyon, with too much water or unforeseen releases or similar risks)
Approach (details for the approach to the canyon, roads to get there, etc.)
Return (details for the return, once the canyon is finished)
Description of the canyon (characteristics of the descent)
Combination of vehicles (if necessary or not. If it is, explain how to combine vehicles)
Time of approach
Time of descent
Time of return
Height of the longest rappel
Wet suit - Neoprene (indicates if it is necessary or not)
Material of installation (indicate it in case it was necessary)
Leaks (if they exist, detail them)
Can the descent be combined with another one? (If so, say which one)
Best time of the year
Observations (secret dangers, warnings etc.)
Restrictions or prohibitions
Threatened species (kinds) that live in the riverbed or in the surrounding areas
History (it indicates the date and authors of the opening)
If you know of web sites relating to this canyon, indicate their URL
Bibliography (Books which include the description of this canyon)
If you want your name to appear as the creator of this web-page say so here:
Once you've filled in all the possible fields, check the button ‘To send page’.
If you want to see the page that you have created before sending it, check the button ‘To see created page’.
After that an e-mail will be generated to our mail address. You can add the review as an attachment to the message of generated mail and, shortly after, you’ll see your published page and it will begin to form a part of the available information about the Descent of Canyons in our Web.
Help us develop this website. The more information we have, the more complete it will be when people look for references of Canyons.
Examples of pages generated by means of this method: