Piercing peaks hang over the wild valleys of Corsica, forming a stunning backdrop to canyoning in the most mountainous island in the Mediterranean. Through a cocktail of trekking, swimming, rappelling, jumping and abseiling you’ll discover breathtaking nature in the most exhilarating way. Visit between June and October when the weather is pleasant for ideal canyoning conditions.
Haute-Corse is located in the northern section of the French island of Corsica, resting in the Mediterranean Sea. Corsica used to be divided into two separate departments of Haute-Corse in the north and Corse-du-Sud in the south. The island is the most mountainous in the Mediterranean, being home to 120 summits above 2,000 meters as well as Monte Cinto, its highest peak at 2,706 meters.
The French island of Corsica, lying in the Mediterranean Sea, receives mild and rainy winters and warm and sunny summers. Inland areas become gradually cooler as the altitude increases.
Visit between June and October when the weather is pleasant for ideal canyoning conditions.
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