Rafting in Huesca
What better way to enjoy the good weather than rafting down Huesca and its white waters, enjoying its spectacular scenery.
Modalities for the practice of rafting in Huesca
Rafting is an adventure sport that consists of going down the rapids of the rivers in a pneumatic raft, paddling all together, always accompanied by a specialized guide. Within the rafting descents in Huesca, there are different levels to choose from, which can be seen below.
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Where to go rafting in Huesca
The Huesca Pyrenees awaken with spring and the valleys are filled with rivers. What better way to enjoy the good weather than rafting down Huesca and its white waters, enjoying its spectacular scenery.
The characteristic rivers of the Pyrenees guarantee a summer of excitement, and for us the Aragonese Pyrenees is one of the few destinations where you can practice rafting in Huesca throughout the season.
For rafting lovers, Huesca is an ideal destination for beginners looking for a safe place for their first contact, as well as for advanced rafters looking for a challenge full of adrenaline. The rafting descents in Huesca are prepared for all types of visitors.
Levels of rafting in Huesca
The rivers where rafting is practiced have different levels of difficulty. These are assessed according to the technique and skills needed by the guides, depending on factors such as the strength of the current and the flow of the river; even the same river can vary its classification depending on the time of year and the weather, or find throughout its route sections of greater or lesser difficulty. This classification is international, starting in class 0 and I, very calm waters such as a reservoir, followed by class II to V, rough waters where the most commercial rafting descents are located, and class VI, exclusively for professionals.
In this case, for rafting, Huesca offers a wide variety of levels for all types of people, and the possibility of choosing the difficulty and intensity you want, always previously advised by specialized guides.
- Grade II - Initiation.
- Grade III/IV - Advanced.
- Grade IV/V - Expert.