The valley around Cortina d’ Ampezzo, in Dolomites area, offers endless possibilities for canyoning fans. You can experience between a river and a waterfall adventure by roping down into impressive gorges of unbelievable beauty. If you are up to for a more demanding outdoor activity, then probably the waterfalls, witch include diving and climbing options, are the top choice to give in.
In those areas, around Cortina, you will have the unique opportunity to admire the uncontaminated nature, crystal clear waters and marvelous gorges. The environs of Tofane area especially in the north parts such as the Rio Felizzon, the Rio Federa and the Rio Dortié and the south-west of Croda da Lago are the most outstanding spots to practice canyoning in the region.
Epirus is a geographic and administrative region, located in northwestern Greece. It is considered to be the region with the more rainfall than any other part of the country. In fact, Epirus offers imposing landscapes of outstanding natural beauty as well as a wide variety of fauna and flora.
Jalbire Canyon is located between two villages on the Trisuli River. One is called Panch and the other is called Simaltal and they are situated within the Chitwan District, in central Nepal. The area is characterized by rich flora and fauna and boasts amazing rivers, canyons, dense forests and a wide variety of outdoor activities for the adventure traveler. Here, the Jalbire Canyon offers the right adrenaline dose and unforgettable moments.
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The canyoning activity in Dolomites, is a very successful combination of mountaineering and fluvial techniques. In Trentino region, in northern Italy, the fans of canyoning have many options to enjoy the magnificent gorges of Italian Alps. The crystal clear waters coming down directly from the snowy slopes of the Dolomite’s peaks and the breathtaking landscape, not only from the top of the hills but also from the heart of the mountains would take your breath away. The area offers many possibilities for all skill levels.
Recently, for the pleasure of ski fans, safari skiing version is getting very popular in Trentino-Alto Adige Region, in northern Italy. Followed by mountain guides and instructors, the fans can reach zones and spots in remote areas difficult to access otherwise.
Sledge was the main mean of transportation for several hundreds of year and trade mark of the alpine region. Nowadays it has been transformed into a very pleasant and funny sport activity with many fans. Monte Cavallo is the perfect destination for truly unforgettable runs.
Trentino Region, in northern Italy, is a well known zone amongst the passionate fans of caving. The particular geological formation of the Dolomites Mountains and the continuous pass of floating water and steams have shaped the underground format of the area.
Trentino-South Tyrol region of northern Italy provides excellent and well-advanced infrastructures for alpine skiing, that have been developed over the last years. Cross country skiing in San Martino di Castrozza can become an amazing experience in a unique white snow setting.
The weather conditions in Val Senales glacier resort, near Merano in the south Alps, a combination of mild temperatures on the valley and alpine climate at high altitudes, create the ideal settings for those who enjoy snowboard-carving.
During the recent years, snow kiting attracts many fans among the snow sports. In Cortina d’ Ampezzo, in Veneto region, in the foothills of Dolomites mountains, this new trend has offered a different version, the kite surfing on the icy waters of the alpine lakes. In Passo Resia, the artificial lake Resia with its 6.6 km/4.1 mi long of surface is an ideal terrain for landing and sliding on the ice.