As far as rafting is concerned, there’s no competition for Val di Sole. And that’s not just our opinion! National Geographic has placed the Noce River among the top 10 rivers in the world for whitewater rafting.
It's therefore no surprise that rafting is one of the most popular sports in Val di Sole. Especially since it's a sport that everyone can try and that doesn't require any special athletic abilities. You just need to know how to swim and then you can put yourself to the test and start off on this fun and exciting adventure. You might even want to come with a group of friends since 4-6 people can get on board of a raft, that way you can face the adversary together: the river's roaring rapids. A professional guide will always accompany you on your expedition and before each descent you’ll always take part in a lesson on all the most important technical details and information.
An extreme sport?
A fun-filled sport for young and old, alike?
The answer is simple: Rafting is an exciting whitewater ride on board of an inflatable raft designed especially for this type of sport. Rafting is one of the most popular sports enjoyed in Val di Sole, and can honestly be called one of the most entertaining and enjoyable sports activities available here - especially since all safety precautions are strictly observed. Rafting is a sport for everyone, requiring no preparatory classes or special abilities. You can start right away by boarding a raft waiting for you on the banks of the Noce River - after all of the necessary safety measures have already been taken, of course.
EVERYONE! Adults and kids...
If possible, several rafts travel together, with a short distance between them. The crew must follow the precise orders of the "captain" to shift their weight as needed. During this exciting and thrilling ride, the captain leads the crew down this magnificent riverine landscape of the Val di Sole. Trips can be booked both for groups and individuals who can form a crew together with other participants.
The Noce River has received a great deal of recognition over the past few years, making it a definite must for all those who enjoy river sports:
The following is a technical description of each section of the river that provides specific information for all those interested in whitewater sports or for experts. Here you will find a description of each section starting from the hamlet called Cusiano, all the way to the artificial basin of the S. Giustina lake.
All centres, in addition to rafting, offer a variety of activities: hydrospeed, canyoning, canoeing, nordic walking, downhill, mountain biking, paragliding...