Canyoning in Spain

Canyoning in Spain

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Canyoning in Cuenca in Júcar
Canyoning Villalba De La Sierra (Cuenca)
Canyoning in Cuenca in Júcar
30€ per person
Last 54 days ago
8 reviews
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Level 1 ravine descent Valle de Ayala
Canyoning Artziniega (Álava)
Level 1 ravine descent Valle de Ayala
35€ per person
6 reviews
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Infierno Canyoning High Level
Canyoning Esterri D'aneu (Lleida)
Infierno Canyoning High Level
38€ per person
Last 52 days ago
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Canyon descent Risco Blanco Seville
Canyoning Aznalcollar (Sevilla)
Canyon descent Risco Blanco Seville
35€ per person
Last 45 days ago
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Canyoning in Río Verde
Canyoning Granada (City) (Granada)
Canyoning in Río Verde
40€ per person
Last 30 days ago
6 reviews
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Speleo-canyoning in Valporquero Caves
Canyoning Cubillas De Arbas (León)
Speleo-canyoning in Valporquero Caves
49€ per person
Last 70 days ago
6 reviews
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Introduction to canyoning in Las Chorreras canyon
Canyoning Enguidanos (Cuenca)
Introduction to canyoning in Las Chorreras canyon
35€ per person
Last 50 days ago
6 reviews
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Mid-Level Canyoning Down Barranco de La Leze
Canyoning Albeniz (Álava)
Mid-Level Canyoning Down Barranco de La Leze
55€ per person
5 reviews
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Canyoning and accommodation in Cuenca.
Canyoning Mariana (Cuenca)
Canyoning and accommodation in Cuenca.
55€ per person
Last 54 days ago
5 reviews
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Canyoning in Forat Negre induction
Canyoning Vallcebre (Barcelona)
Canyoning in Forat Negre induction
38€ per person
Last 12 days ago
5 reviews
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Canyoning for beginners: Gravet Canyon, Catalonia
Canyoning Vic (Barcelona)
Canyoning for beginners: Gravet Canyon, Catalonia
50€ per person
Last 76 days ago
5 reviews
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Sant Pere ravine descent initiation level
Canyoning Sort (Lleida)
Sant Pere ravine descent initiation level
40€ per person
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nor3 Barranquismo
Canyoning Ramales De La Victoria (Cantabria)
nor3
18€ per person
13 Prices
14 reviews
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ActivaSur Barranquismo
Canyoning Granada (City) (Granada)
ActivaSur
26€ per person
7 Prices
2 reviews
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Alta Ruta Aventura Barranquismo
Canyoning Sort (Lleida)
Alta Ruta Aventura
30€ per person
23 Prices
14 reviews
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Desafío Alpino Barranquismo
Canyoning Elx/elche (Alicante)
Desafío Alpino
35€ per person
6 Prices
2 reviews
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Turac Aventura Barranquismo
Canyoning Vigo (Pontevedra)
Turac Aventura
40€ per person
3 Prices
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Aventura2 Barranquismo
Canyoning La Puerta De Segura (Jaén)
Aventura2
22€ per person
6 Prices
4 reviews
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Aiguadicció Rialp Barranquismo
Canyoning Rialp (Lleida)
Aiguadicció Rialp
37€ per person
7 Prices
17 reviews
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Tim Aventura Barranquismo
Canyoning El Pont De Suert (Lleida)
Tim Aventura
18€ per person
13 Prices
38 reviews
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Cumbres del Sur Barranquismo
Canyoning El Bosque (Cádiz)
Cumbres del Sur
35€ per person
11 Prices
5 reviews
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Xplora Almería Barranquismo
Canyoning El Cabo De Gata (Almería)
Xplora Almería
30€ per person
12 Prices
1 Feedback
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Alto Miera Aventura Barranquismo
Canyoning La Cavada (Cantabria)
Alto Miera Aventura
17€ per person
16 Prices
13 reviews
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Cañones y Barrancos Barranquismo
Canyoning Aznalcollar (Sevilla)
Cañones y Barrancos
35€ per person
6 Prices
19 reviews

Tips if you are going to do Canyoning in Spain

To jump into a ravine has more sense that looks like, as long as you contact the canyoning guides and instructors. With a little bit of professional help, any river becomes a game full of challenges, just capable of extracting your best adventurer characteristics. That’s why, time has changed this modality and convert it in obligatory for those who would like to boast that they have tried one of the best extreme sports.
1. You'll visit a natural water park

Is the mentioned comparison when the people are trying to explain someone who has no idea of what canyoning is. And the truth is, that is the most accurate one. The adventure in the river consists of different height rocks, ponds of all possible sizes and slippery trails on which you can slide down. Logically, nature didn’t put that there as slides, but they fulfill that function perfectly.
You’ll visit a natural water park
You will put all your muscles to work
2. You will put all your muscles to work

To jump, swim and climb will make all your muscles to move, including your little finger of your left foot. In this discipline, all your body intervenes and you’ll see it once the adventure ends. You will get really tired, because of resisting all the force of the water for hours and, we assure you that you’ll feel everything on the next day, but these will be the most gratifying muscle soreness in your life. You will burn so much calories that you will be able to eat a great meat after, with dessert included, without feeling guilty about it. You earn it!
3. There are different difficulty levels for all ages

Because you have never trained anything related to canyoning, there are no excuse to not dare to do enjoy it. For you to have an idea, there are descends that are just almost like a nice stroll when talking about the “complications” but equally fun. Also, in the majority of the descends there are alternative trails for those who prefer not to jump over the rocks or abseil meters. If you are looking to feel adrenaline, you will find great and big cliffs with defying heights but, if you come with the little ones, there are other options for people ages 8 years and above, even younger, but they know how to swim.
There are different difficulty levels for all ages
Discover hidden places
4. Discover hidden places

A tourist with a backpack will never contemplate what you see when entering a ravine. To follow the trail of rocky river is to get away from its riverside, where people walks peacefully but, instead, you’ll reach turquoise waterfalls who people normally doesn’t reaches. Remember that you are lucky of having this scenario in front of you and just take a moment to stop and admire your surroundings.
5. There are also dry ravines

If you think that neoprenes are not your thing, you can choose a dry ravine, in which, obviously, there’s no water at all. You can cross them by walking and with ropes since the rappelling techniques are the most used in these type of adventures. In these cases, amazing sights and views will surround you, which giant rocks predominate. It’s uniqueness will wake your imagination.
There are also dry ravines
When you can go canyoning?

Spain has so many and varied ravines, that to find the perfect one for almost all year is possible. We just cross out Winter, because with cold temperatures, who wants to swim and get wet? During Spring, with the first rains, it starts to be sufficient water currents to practice this sport. Summer is a great option, but you need to ask a specialist first where you can go canyoning. The meltdowns can make the water level much higher. During Autumn, some of the ravines can get dry, but you can find other ones with great conditions at the north of the Peninsule.