ADRENALINE-PACKED FUN ON THE BEST RIVER IN EUROPE
That’s right, the best in Europe and one of the top ten in the world for river sports. And that’s according to National Geographic, not us! Could you miss out on rafting down the rapids on the Noce River?Rafting is the river sport that requires the least technical preparation, thanks to the variety of the Noce River, which alternates fierce rapids with stretches of calmer current, and to the professionalism and experience of the rafting guides in charge, who give their crew orders. A rush of adrenaline and fun both guaranteed.
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THERE ARE 5 RAFTING CENTRES IN VAL DI SOLE
If you like rafting, you are probably a lover of the great outdoors and thrills. So we suggest you also try:
Cycling at top speed down the trails used for the international downhill championships with the adrenaline coursing through your veins. Once you get to the bottom… up again for another go—that’s what the cable cars are for!
Explore untamed corners in nature, abseiling into narrow gorges between rocks and paddling over waterfalls, rocky drops and small lakes. An adventure that will test your limits.
Soar over the Brenta Dolomites, the summits of the Ortles-Cevedale and the Adamello glaciers, just like eagles do usually. Spectacular scenery from a truly unusual angle.
Walking in the mountains, through the woods, and around lakes to reach the highest refuges. In Val di Sole, you can count on a variety of routes from lower altitudes right up to 3,700 metres.
If you love via ferrata routes, this is a must try in the Adamello-Presanella mountain range. It follows old trenches and offers unforgettable views.
Reach your destination by getting over Tibetan bridges, cableways, passages suspended over canyons and natural obstacles. An experience that combines adventure, fun and safety.
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