Aguas Blancas knows every single canyon there is in the Aragonese Pyrenees. There countless gorges… impossible to list them all, but we can break down the areas for you.
The canyoning areas:
Sierra & Cañones de Guara Natural Park
It is known to be one of the best canyoning spots in Huesca, with over 100 gorges inside the natural park. Some of them are even longer than 20km and have slopes that go up to 800m high!
Ordesa & Monte Perdido National Park
The Natural Park adds up four valleys: Ordea, Pineta, gorges Escuaín and Añisclo Canyon. With an extension of over 15,000hectares, each one has a large variety of ravines of different heights, lengths and levels of difficulty.
Natural Park of Valles Occidentales
Its relief was shaped by the glaciers that carved lean peaks, excavated circuses, ‘u’ form valleys, basins that are now mountain lakes and splining ravines.
Aguas Blancas will take you to the ravine they see fit for your level (I or II), as well as depending on the weather conditions, this way your fun is guaranteed and you have the surprise factor!
Regardless where the activity will be held, you’ll meet your guide at their office in Aínsa-Sobrarbe. Once you’re there they’ll transport you to the gorge where the activity will take place.
When you arrive to the starting point, he/she will give you a briefing about the canyon itself, the equipment needed & safety protocols. As soon as everything is settled, you’ll get geared up with the necessary equipment and start having fun!
Level I: participants for level one canyoning must be at least 14 years old, be in a good physical condition and know how to swim.
Level II: Participants, who would like to do canyoning level two, must be at least 18 years old, be in good physical conditions, know how to swim and some canyoning experience is a plus!