Canyoning is a sport that combines water sports and climbing:

It consists of following the course of small mountain streams while climbing and repelling. Framed by towering rock walls, you use thoughtful techniques to overcome obstacles in your path such as small waterfalls, potholes carved by water in the rock, slides (natural water slides polished by years of erosion) and sudden falls.

You follow the stream and overcome – as best you can – every obstacle as it presents itself.
You will be assisted by a professional canyoning guide who has the experience to properly assess the dangers that lurk along the way and will teach you the best techniques to proceed with maximum safety.

The adventure and fun factor is not neglected here. Look forward to a huge variety including a tremendous experience of nature.

Our tours are suitable for almost everyone. (If you are not sure, just contact us) Of course, safety is always our top priority, you will be accompanied on your adventure by very experienced tour guides. 

Immerse yourself in a world that you have never experienced before for a moment that you will remember positively for the rest of your life.

We look forward to welcoming you to our tour.

Greetings from the canyoning team.

The right equipment is provided: Wetsuit made of 5 mm neoprene, helmet and harness. You bring your trekking shoes or equivalent shoes that can get soaked, swimwear and t-shirt for under your wetsuit, preferably synthetic fiber and a change of clothes for after the tour.
Price per person for a canyoning tour € 65,- (about 3-4 hours)
Canyoning Tour € 65,-

Canyoning in Friuli - Clauzetto

Beautiful gorges & fairytale streams

Friuli or better Clauzetto is the Eldorado of Italian canyoning. A part of Italy that not only has a lot to offer in culinary terms, but also plays a significant role in the canyoning scene. Friuli-Venezia Giulia is a region in north-eastern Italy bordering Austria, Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea. This beautiful region is also known for the rugged rock formations of the Dolomites and for the wonderful wineries, where mainly white wine is produced. The capital of this region has a very old culture and architecture worth seeing and belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in the 19th century. This is the perfect way to combine a sporty holiday with culinary delights and enjoyment.