View from the Water
From the Gorges de la Langouette to the canyons of Coiserette, Vulvoz, Grosdar, La Goulette, Chaley, La Semine, Treffond-Pernaz, and Groin in the Ain, you will see wildest limestone novelties unfold in the Jura Mountains. It is an incredible area for water sports, and tourism professionals are here to help you discover them. So slip on your wetsuit, helmet and harness. Adventure, here we come! Walking along the riverbed quickly takes a roguish turn and descends into in a string of slides, cascades, leaps and abseils. A thrilling, emotional experience against a backdrop of beautiful scenery! Even better, the Jura landscape and lush vegetation are completely stunning when seen from the river. Far removed from the overcrowded spots in the south of France, the Jura Mountains are a real preferred location for white water sports.
Taste the Emotion
To get a taste of canyoning adventures and enjoy the water in this pure, 100% natural setting, you just need to be able to swim. Weather-permitting, you can go canyoning between April and October. This spectacular and exhilarating sport is suitable for ages 7 and above. In addition, you can get in the water safely and with confidence here; the professionals have expert knowledge of the mountains and know how to judge the river’s level, (as well as your fitness) so they can suggest a safe activity to suit your ability.