UNFOLDING

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of this activity

Meet at 9:30 am or 2:00 pm at the canyoning site of St. Auban (SEE ACCESS MAP).

The canyoning guide is there to welcome you. He gives a safety talk, introduces you to the environment and to the abseiling techniques, and hands out your equipment.

St. Auban canyon has a lot a water and promises to give you plenty of opportunities to swim, slide on natural slides and jump.

The activity begins with two short slides. A 6 m jump brings you to the point where the canyon becomes deeper and narrower.

You then climb down a few obstacles and arrive at the top of a beautiful waterfall which you cross by sliding on a tight rope attached at the other side of the canyon.

A 5 m jump follows, and the canyon opens up again.

After that point, you can enjoy a few jumps and a few more exciting slides still await you.

At the bottom of the canyon, a short walk is necessary to return to the starting point.

Due to local reglementation, St-Auban canyon is accessible only on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

ADDITIONAL

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informations

  • May to September, every Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

IMPORTANT :

  • The activity relies on favorable weather conditions. In the event of heavy rainfall, the canyon may be flooded rapidly. For this reason, in case of high risks of rain, the guides reserve the right to postpone the outing.
  • Half day trip (total length of the activity: 3h00)
  • 55 Euros per person.
  • To book, please contact us.
  • No previous experience is necessary
  • Minimum age : 12
  • Being able to swim
  • Things to bring:
    • Swimming costume
    • Sports shoes
    • Towel
    • String for glasses
  • Please note: canyoning shoes can be rented for 3 Euros/pair.
  • Fully qualified and experienced guides,
  • Approved (European standards), up to date safety gear :
    • Helmet
    • Harness
  • Individual equipment adapted to the activity :
    • Full-body wetsuit
    • Neoprene socks
  • Insurance (civil liability insurance covering ABOARD Rafting’s activities).

Other canyoning programs

Our traditional trips

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in the surroundings

Our substitution trips

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in case of inadequate flows on the traditional trips