Rafting & canyoning

The River Inn, with its tributaries and gorges, is perfect for rafting and canyoning.

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Let’s do this!

Tyrol’s wild streams and rivers – especially the River Inn – have a magic pull over daring water lovers in colourful dinghies and neoprene wetsuits. Professional providers make the fascinating sport of rafting accessible to all visitors.

A short introduction is required, and certain prerequisites are essential. Aside from, perhaps, a certain level of resistance to water and a taste for adventure! High speed awaits on a rafting tour on the River Inn; the “wild” section between Pfunds and Prutz is one of the most popular rafting areas in Europe, and the site of many professional providers.

The Tösner gorge, for example, is 17 km long, providing you with an exciting 3-hour rafting tour. A similar length of tour awaits the whole family with a ride through the wildly romantic Tyrolean Oberland – calmer, but no less exciting

Eyes open and off you go!

You can avoid or tackle gorges. The latter is called canyoning, and will give you a new view of the elements.

Abseiling, jumping, climbing, sliding, swimming, diving – you need to have a certain degree of flexibility and fitness to be able to follow the water through the wonderful gorges. Your neoprene wetsuit will keep you warm and protect you from the rough rocky walls; a helmet and harness are mandatory, as is expert guidance from trained guides.

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