The dives are done under the ice. For safety reasons, you must always dive on a suitably guided line to ensure that the entry can be found quickly and safely even in difficult situations. The water temperature in winter is just above freezing, while the air may well be -10 or -20°C (14 to -4°F). Diving equipment that is suitable for ice diving is a must, as well as warm and weatherproof clothing and shoes.
Since heated changing rooms are also available on the ice, the diving equipment can be “thawed” between the dives. Photographers and filmmakers should note that the low temperatures can also cause increased consumption of batteries and rechargeable batteries.
Tanks 12 and 15 liters with valves DIN and INT are available on site.
For diving under ice, you must have a minimum training level AOWD (or equivalent) and an ice diving certificate.