A trip for a little more advanced users. The river in general flows at a steady pace, but two points are quite a little bit more challenging.
For this river, it is most certainly recommended not to use the V-poles of the ONAK. The river is fast enough not to care about the speed, and the extra stability you gain by doing this is absolutely useful.
At this point, there is a so called "S-turn". It is feasible, of course, but you'll need to know what you're doing and investigate the turn upfront. Only a few people from our group managed to do this!
Here, you'll find a "barrage" with a specially crafted pathway. Watch out though, eventhough it is made for canoes, it is a very challenging passage and can be quite dangerous. Portage your canoe if you're not comfident about the situation.