Canyoning in Adamello Brenta Natural Park, Trento, Trentino-South Tyrol Italy

Noana artificial Lake :
altitude: 1015m/3330ft a.s.l
Idro river, Val di Chiese:
depth: 122m/400ft
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.

In the area of Brenta, there is a wonderful canyon located inside the Adamello Brenta Natural Park. In the Plateau of Paganella Mountain, in the east side of Dolomites, there is the San Biagio canyon with no particular level of difficulty, except for the descent of 20 m/65 ft high waterfall.

In Val di Chiese, a Pieve di Bono, in Santa Giustina plateau, another magnificent canyon is waiting to be explored from more experienced fans of the sport. The particularity of this canyon is its colored waters of the lakes and the steams due to the reflection of light.

In Valle Primiero, on the foot of San Martino di Castrozza resort, the Noana steam stems from the artificial lake Noana creating ponds, waterfalls and water slides for the joy of the numerous fans of canyoning. Trentino-Alto Adige is an outstanding choice for those who enjoy sport activities in a amazing natural landscape.