Canyoning in Courmayeur, Aosta Valley

Canyoning is a fast growing, adventure sport, fusing 'rock & water' where mountaineering and white water skills are necessary to explore the hidden gorges and ravines around Courmayeur and Aosta Valley.  Equipped with a thick wetsuit, life jacket, canyoning harness, rubber booties and a helmet, get ready to abseil (rappel), jump and slide down waterfalls (tobogganing), rock and cliff jumping etc. A sport that engages every part of your body, where your adrenaline soars and team spirit grows.
Canyoning in Courmayeur
Canyoning in Courmayeur and the Aosta Valley
Courmayeur and the Aosta Valley canyoning
Canyoning in Aosta Valley
Canyoning in Courmayeur / Aosta Valley
Expeditions take place during the months of May till September
Canyoning can be dangerous and we recommend hiring a specialist guide in canyoning to accompany you or enrol in one of the many canyoning schools.
Some places where canyoning takes place near Courmayeur and in the Aosta Valley:
Chalamy Canyon:  Located in the lower Aosta Valley at Champdepraz (Mont Avic Natural Park), a simple torrent with several natural waterslides and pools of clear water.
Pacoulla Canyon:  Located in the commune of Fontainemore, in the middle of Gressoney Valley - a deep gorge, easy to access , abseiling, crystal clear green
Bouro Canyon:  Located in the commune of Fontainemore, beautiful canyons of medium difficulty, experience in rappelling is required as some are under waterfalls.