With the help of difficulty levels of the activity trips the traveller can evaluate his / her ability to join the trip. The classification is an estimate of the difficulty, but the actual (weather) conditions during the trip can effect the personal feeling of the difficulty level.
Kayaking trip is adjusted according the skill level of the group and the dominant weather conditions. Please be aware that sometimes the changing conditions, like weather, can affect to the difficultness of the trip in an unpredictable way, forcing the trip leader to change the course or schedule of the trip.
Pace 4-5 km/h. Daytrip 8 - 20 km. In sheltered waters. Suitable for beginners.
Pace 5-6 km/h. Daytrip 15 - 30 km. Able to kayak 15 km non-stop. Able to kayak in small surge. Knows the rescue techniques. Experience of outdoor life.
Pace 6-8 km/h. Daytrip 25 - 40 km. Able to kayak 20 km non-stop. Able to kayak in high waves / big surge. Experienced of self rescue. Active kayaker, very experienced of kayaking trips.
Suitable for everyone, who likes to walk and enjoy the nature. Short day trips and frequent breaks. No demanding ascents or descents.
Suitable for those having good and solid shape / fitness. There can be multiple consecutive more strenuous day trips and from time to time even steeper sections of ascent and descent. Usually requires the adaptation to the higher altitudes.
Physically demanding. Suitable for those having excellent shape / fitness. Multiple consecutive physically demanding day trips. Very steep sections and glacier travel. Staying longer periods in a high altitude.
Horse riding trips
Little or no riding experience needed.
Comfortable and in control at the walk, moderate length trots (e.g. tölt) and short canters.
Extreme comfortable and in control at all paces, firm seat, comfortable in the saddle for up to 7 hrs. per day. Who rides regularly and is capable of handling horses in an open country.