March 26, from 13.30 to 14.30
Basic GPS Workshop (GPS recommended hand Material): Operation, configuration, available maps (OpenStreetMap) and proper use.

March 27, from 13.30 to 14.30
Advanced GPS Workshop (recommended Material GPS and laptop): Basecamp Program (Garmin), CompeGPS and Wikiloc.

March 28, from 13.30 to 14.30
New technologies Workshop : SPOT, Stations (walkies), Mobile Phones (GPS and APPs).

Although attendance is free, capacity constraints are requested to confirm previously


March 28, from 13.30 to 14.30

In this workshop, the Spanish Society of Medicine and Relief Mountain (SEMAM) practically address the immobilization of traumatic injuries to the material usually carry a mountain activity (mass media circumstances or fortune) as well as the preparation a basic kit for a day of activity.

The workshop will be taught by Dr. Maria Antonia Nerín. It is sponsored by the Spanish Society of Medicine and Relief Mountain (SEMAM).


March 28, from 13.30 to 14.30

Running barefoot is an awareness of how to move naturally by the world making substantial improvements in running technique. This approach, contrary to what one might think, you can go for any type of surface with a progressive adaptation. It is an enriching experience in which the runner moves in harmony with their physical capabilities and variable terrain features. When running barefoot develop a natural exercise that strengthens legs and feet as well as being a completely different physical activity.

The workshop will be taught by Emilio Sáez Soro, author of “The Adventure of running barefoot.”


March 27, from 13.30 to 14.30

SAFE ACTIONS IN CANYONING I: Direct and indirect prevention canyoning.
Canyoning is an activity boom, now consolidated, which encompasses several disciplines, this gives a multidisciplinary and aerobic nature and causes an index of prevention and preparedness activities with multiple variables. One of the processes for consolidated socialization activity is the claim to be a “safe” activity part of this process is in direct and indirect prevention activity.

What are these processes? What do we mean by indirect prevention? What do we mean by direct prevention?
Indirect Prevention: Encompasses all preparatory work that serve to minimize the risks that we have once we are in the process of the activity itself, INDIRECT call them. This phase will consist of the following:
- PLANNING and LOGISTICS (Information descent, Hydrology, Temporality, group, geological parameters, Commitment, Meteorology, Transportation, organize travel, maps and reviews, Material and Health’ll need this, Food, Clothing and footwear, Notice) .

- TRAINING (physical, mental, tactical and technical)
Direct prevention: This includes all actions taken during the activity, as we approach and how we should act to minimize the ongoing risks or risk management errors (error handling on the canyoning.)

March 28, from 13.30 to 14.30

SAFE ACTIONS IN CANYONING II: Management errors in canyoning.
As canyoning we are subject to a number of risks that have to be very present.

Any human activity entails some risks. Will recognize that the activity can be done with the maximum guarantees. Be aware that everything and analyzing, meeting requirements, we are at risk of an incident / accident.

In this workshop we will study the causes of incidents / accidents and their prevention, all those tips risk management and prevention will allow significantly reduce their risks and perform the activity with maximum guarantees.

Workshops taught by Luichy Beardo, Joan Lluis Haro and Laura Samsó.