Ravine Descents

Participants follow a river’s course along a ravine or gorge where the water is flowing, passing over obstacles eroded by the force of the current.

There are a range of descents of varying difficulty.

The origin of ravine descents could be caving but generally this activity combines swimming, caving and climbing techniques and can therefore be considered as a mixed sport because it combines activity on land and in water.

*2 guides per 12 participants.