The mountain resort of Vall de Nuria is located in the Eastern Pyrenees of the municipality of Queralbs. There is no road leading there, only by train or the old footpath - mule track. Enjoy the spectacular mountain landscape using an unusual transport, the rack railway.
Jean-Larose consists of 3 cascading falls in different heights, starting gradually at 12, 19 and 41 m (39-62-134 ft) height. It is located just a few steps away from Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort. Jean-Larose is an ideal place for canyoning, as it combines going down in heights of crystal waters along with wonderful natural beauty.
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.
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.
The Fournel Canyon is a marvellous spot for canyoning between Argentiere-la-Bessee et Vallouise, in Hautes-Alpes, France. This is a great opportunity to discover a canyon of French Alps while having fun. Here you will find all the advantages of the mountain without the risks inherent to the altitude.
The Gorges du Verdon, located in south-eastern France (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence), is a river canyon, considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe. It is about 25 km/16 mi long and up to 700 m/2296 ft deep, formed by the Verdon River and named after for its startling turquoise-green color.