Pärnu, the historical seaside city in the South-West of Estonia is the official Summer Capital of Estonia and the host city of the 12th consecutive “DC Kuldrula” festival - one of the first Extreme Sports Festivals in the Baltics. Kuldrula means “The Golden Skateboard” and it was first held in 1980.
Rafting at the IRF Guide, Trip Leader & Safety workshop
On April 15, Berber Rafting Adventures along with the IRF International Rafting Federation and Mark Hirst for instructor, are organizing an amazing guide course on the Ahansal river. On this multi day IRF raft guide, trip leader & safety kayak workshops, participants will have the opportunity to flow on the crystal blue waters of the river and get the IRF Guide certificate for Class 3 upwards.
The course includes rafting and kayak rescue techniques, on water personal skills, swim tests, throuwabag tests, TI scenario assessments etc while on the last day, there will be group scenario assessments and a written test. Fun is guaranteed!
Personal equipment for participants includes:
- Full length Wetsuit or dry suit
- PFD ideally with a chest harness. Your PFD needs to be the correct size for your weight.
- Footwear no bare feet or flip-flops.
- River knife, whistle, flip line personal pin kit
- Sleeping bag & mat
- Plenty of thermals & warm clothes
- Pen & paper
Prepare to be on the river both day and night!
For more info on the itinerary and course, click here
To apply for the course, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org