cvc9xs 投稿者：danueu 投稿日：2018/03/25(Sun) 08:33 No.4479132 |
||её г° Try this website which gives info on rafting/kayaking companies around Bovec. hf https://peatix.com/user/2838347
We went over to run it on Sunday but ended up doing the Upper Tavy instead as that was now at a sensible level.Great. Thanks for that, we're heading for Slovakia rather than Slovenia, but I'll bear it in mind for a future trip. https://peatix.com/user/2836984
г г Of the boats you've listed, the Inazone's definitely the best bet. The Glide is a very trippy design - the rails are super sharp, and it's long and slicey enough for nose pins to be a potential problem. It rewards you if you're on form, but that's probably not the type of boat you're looking for as a river runner. The Sub-7's a great boat (I've got one) but it's not really a grade IV/V river runner - it's very tight on the feet, you probably can't fit in with shoes, which are essential if you're paddling with other people, it's pretty tail-happy if you've got splits in the back etc. Great playboat, perfect for easier rivers, but not the boat I'd choose for anything which may have consequences. The Quadro's only really worth looking at if you can get a good price - it's a great river runner, but the play performance isn't too good. The hull's not very loose, the rails aren't really there and there's a very twitchy feeling when you're side surfing. On the other hand, the new Xeno might be worth a look (check out system X's website). Automatic throw lines that hits the target every time (for when the ejector fails) https://peatix.com/user/2838294
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Nice work, must have been a quiet day if they answered you're emails - I never seem to get a response... I reckon that the best person to ask what the best river is is chris sladden who's been pretty much evrywhere!! г г https://peatix.com/user/2840256
Can I collect my free pint now? I tend to use a small nookie drybag, more of a pouch, which has seen a good useage. https://peatix.com/user/2840763
> An investigation into which forms of stretching/ warmup most suit paddlers (again, loads in print about this - just apply it to what you know of the sport).