Most of our activities release a lot of adrenaline and involve many new, unfamiliar situations. The participants leave their comfort zone. Of course, all of this can also lead to the appearance of fears.
The “STOP” rules of course apply anywhere and anytime: No participant is obliged to complete a certain obstacle, even if he is motivated to do so, the final decision is left to the participant himself.
An example of canyoning: jumping is not mandatory for anyone and could be avoided by abseiling or climbing.