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By Anne the 04/06/2020

Resumption of outdoor activities after confinement

All answers to the questions you have asked about resumption of outdoor sports.

Destination Corsica has set up all the measures needed to assure sanitary safety for vacationers. Respect by all of barrier gestures assures you of a pleasant stay.

For activities out in nature, supervision by a professional is strongly recommended.

Do not hesitate to consult this article again as it will be updated as new information becomes available.

 

On the recommendations of the High Council for Public Health, specific physical distancing between practitioners remains an indispensable condition for the practice of physical activity: 10 m minimum between people.

 

Pedestrian hiking:

 

Usual regulations: no legal limitation of number of clients per supervisor

Usage :

GR20: 12 clients + 1 supervisor

Other multi-day hiking: 14 clients + 1 supervisor

Day hiking: may go depending on circumstances up to 20 clients + 1 supervisor

New COVID regulation: 9 clients + 1 supervisor

 

Physical distancing imposed during the journey: 5 metres between each participant

Masks not mandatory

The guide and the supervisor of the CLSH are responsible for enforcing this measure.

Meals outdoors are to be taken in the same way, with a distance of two metres being required between children.

The guide will have a container of gel in their bag available to the group

 

Canyoning :

Usual regulations: 12 clients + 1 supervisor

Usage : 12 clients + 1 supervisor

New COVID regulation: 9 clients + 1 supervisor -practiced only with single clients manipulating ropes (which represent 5% of the clientele, the remaining 95% being neophytes).

  • Special gloves must be worn
  • Individuals must wear masks during all phases of gatherings <4.5 m (assistance, handover)
  • Systematic before/after (non-destructive) disinfection of the equipment lent to clients

 

Sea kayaking

 

Usual regulations no legal limitation of number of clients per supervisor

Several days’ use for the Raid Corsica Challenge: 12 clients + 1 supervisor (90% of the activity in two-place kayak -2 persons/kayak)

Use for daytime activity: 16 clients per 1 supervisor (90% of the activity is in two-place)

New COVID regulation: 9 clients + 1 supervisor -use of two-place kayaks is prohibited

 

Whitewater sports (kayak, rafting)

 

  • Groups ≤ 6 persons
  • Gloves and wetsuits must be worn
  • Individuals must wear masks during regrouping phase <4.5 m

 

 

Cycling and mountain biking

 

Normal regulations no limits

Use for Mountain Biking Raid: 12 clients + 1 supervisor

Use for Biking supervision: no legal limitation

New COVID regulation: sanitary only regarding equipment use: 10 meters between each cyclist ...+ cleaning and disinfection

Mask during grouping phase equipment disinfection 10 practitioners

 

 

Mountain climbing / rock climbing in natural environments / Via ferrata

 

  • Groups ≤ 6 persons
  • Wear gloves as much as possible, in particular in the belay phase and handling the reins (and foot route for rock climbing)
  • Individuals must wear masks during all phases of regrouping <4.5 m
  • Systematic before/after (non-destructive) disinfection of the equipment lent to clients

 

Paragliding

 

  • Instructional group ≤ 6 persons
  • Gloves must be worn
  • Individuals must wear masks during regrouping phase <4.5 m
  • For two-place flights: additional protection for the pilot (mask + visor + built-in glasses) and the passenger (mask + possibly integrated wetsuit) throughout the preparation and the flight
  • Systematic before/after (non-destructive) disinfection of flight equipment provided to clients

 

Treetop adventure course

 

The Park’s operators are equipped with visors and masks

Gel is available at the entrance to the interior of the refreshment stall, in two areas identified in the premises and at the departure of each trip.

Masks not mandatory on the trips

Gloves provided by the adventure park must be worn

When children cannot independently apply their harness,only the guide supervising behind them is authorised to assist them

Only one person per platform, with a maximum of three persons per trip, the supervisor on the ground is responsible for ensuring that distances are respected.

Meals will be taken outdoors in the park;managers are responsible for seeing to it that barrier gestures are respected.

Children must without fail bring their own individual provisions of water

On the fleet of information boards dedicated solely to respecting safety measures that constantly remind everyone of the behaviour they must follow. These boards are in pictogram form and can be understood by everyone.

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