Power Rafting (3days)

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The ultimate Rafting Challenge in spring! The best Rafting rivers in Styria at snowmelt!

With this programme we offer you an extraordinary rafting adventure for sporty clients! Only 3 dates in May!

Warm up on the Salza river in Styria

We start on Friday on the Salza river in Styria, a technically easy to medium hard river that offers a great overall rafting package. Beautiful nature, swift whitewater, nice jumps spots and an impressive canyon towards the end of the trip. We paddle around 20 kilometer on the river, and use the time on the river to train commands and teamwork for the upcoming days.

Rafting on the pushy whitewater of the Enns river in the Nationalpark Gesäuse

On Saturday we raft the Enns river in the Nationalpark Gesäuse. In spring time, during snowmelt, the Enns river is big and powerful and much faster than the Salza. Especially in the "Gesäuse Eingang" or the "Schlusskatrakt" we will find splashy whitewater rapids that require strong paddling. We also walk into the beautiful Bruckgraben canyon, a narrow crack into the landscape in the middle of the Nationalpark. Also the views on this trip are especially nice, we are surrounded by high mountains that are famous among climbers.

Rafting highlight on the Koppentraun or Kummerbrücke

The section for this day we will deceide on Saturday evening or on Sunday morning, because it will be very dependable on the water levels. Our first option is the Koppentraun river in the Salzkammergut, a technically very hard river for the guides and the crew. Definetly one of the Top 3 Rafting rivers in Austria. The second option is the Kummerbrücke section of the Enns river. This section´s water level is regulated by a dam. Technically this part of the river is much harder than the one we ran the day before. There are many small slots and a lot of boulders in the river. At some levels the guides will have to portage the rafts around unranble rapids - an exciting adventure.

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