Cuestarriba Barranquismo offers you canyoning practices (or canyoning, as this sport is also known) throughout the Spanish geography. Touring the canyons that the rivers have been drilling in the stone is a unique and very special activity, which will allow you to discover corners and places that would otherwise be inaccessible. It is also a very complete activity as it includes different activities such as hiking, rappelling, etc.
The banks set by Cuestarriba are the following:
In Huesca: The ravines in Huesca mostly enter the Aragonese Pyrenees. We can highlight: Barranco de Formiga, Barranco de Gorgol, Calón de los Orcuros de Balced or Barranco de la Foz de Fago. There are therefore ravines for all levels, so that any group can find one to suit you.
In Ávila: In Ávila you can visit the Barranco de la Nava or the Barranco de La Adrada. Both pass through an incomparable natural environment that will allow you to enjoy splendid landscapes.
In Guadalajara: In the province of Guadalajara the star canyon is the Cañón de la Poveda, well known to canyoning enthusiasts in the area.
In Madrid: In Madrid you can descend the Barranco de Somosierra. In addition to being very close to the city of Madrid, which is an advantage for those who go from the capital, it is a fun ravine with all kinds of obstacles to overcome.
In Cuenca: The main ravines of Cuenca are Los Cortados de Villalba, Portilla and Poyatos. You can choose any of them and live a great day traveling its route.