Rafting on the Drac - Gap
We will be pleased to provide you with suitable technical equipment that meets CE standards for your comfort and safety (don't forget your swimsuit and pair of shoes). : Neoprene wetsuit Neoprene jacket Neoprene booties Safety vest flipper Helmet Foam floats Once equipped, you will receive technical and safe instructions for the descent and then you will leave with the guide on the river to face the waves.
Why take this tour?
Rafting allows novices, as well as experienced, to access whitewater from the first paddle strokes. A walk in freedom, an adventure "framed" to explore the world of rivers safely. Only obligation to know how to swim. In spring, we sail on the Drac river, wild and impetuous torrent because essentially fed by the melting snow, and dominated by the Pic du Vieux Chaillol. We descend the river aboard a 6/7 seater boat on the La Fare / La Guinguette course in a magnificent setting. Fast and laughs will be there! But beware, the course in April / May can be quite sporty.
suitable technical equipment meeting CE standards (don't forget your swimsuit and pair of shoes): 5 mm neoprene suit, 5 mm neoprene jacket, safety vest, helmet, paddle
Think about your swimsuit and shoes that will get wet
Frequently asked questions
Things to know
Before you book
Duration: 2h 30m
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
Wearing a mask during transport at the end of the activity
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
The Séveraisse river, a small alpine torrent fed by the melting of glaciers at the gates of the NATIONAL PARK OF THE ECRINS.
Please note this activity is recommended for parents with young children. For teens and adults we strongly recommend to have a hot dog
We offer baby-rafting, a 4/5 seater boat on a route between La Chapelle and Villar-Loubière.
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