WHAT IS RAFTING
Rafting is a sport that consists of river descent on a particular inflatable called “raft“. It is practiced in rivers and streams where, thanks to the flow of water and the paddle, we are directed by overcoming natural obstacles such as rocks or rapids that the river presents.
HOW THE ACTIVITY TAKES PLACE
Rafting on the Dora Baltea River in the Aosta Valley begins at 10:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. at the meeting point indicated on the map, where you will be given your technical equipment and can change in the venue’s locker room. You will then board the shuttle that will take you to the creek to begin your adventure.
The route aboard the raft includes a stretch from the Dora Baltea, including the Ender Gorges from Leverogne in the municipality of Arvier, to the base. It will arrive at Lake La Salle where it will be possible to take a dip and be carried away by the current. After passing the Bombardon rapids, you will enjoy a privileged view of the typical Aosta Valley castles.
At the end of the activity you will return to the venue by shuttle and can change and use the shower and changing room.
WHO IS THE ACTIVITY FOR
Rafting in the Aosta Valley is an activity for everyone: in fact, no experience is necessary as you will be trained by qualified staff who will accompany you throughout the adventure. This activity, therefore, is ideal for groups as team building or bachelor/bachelorette parties and for families as even children 9 years and older can participate.
Bathrobe, slippers and change after activity
T-shirt or micro-fleece
Swimsuit with shorts
In order to carry out the activity you must be in possession of an identification document
Children must have parental permission
You must arrive at least 30 minutes before the activity takes place