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Jump and trek through spectacular Corsican canyons lined with high rugged mountains

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.

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FAQs: Water Sports in Haute Corse

What should I know about Water Sports Haute Corse?

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.

Why should I choose Haute Corse for my Water Sports adventure?

Adventurous exploration

The outdoor activity of canyoning is the best way to explore the beautiful French nature. Simply slip on a wetsuit and you’re ready to hike the trails, jumping into fresh-water natural pools, and rappel across breathtaking waterfalls.

Gorgeous natural gorges

The Haute-Corse section on the island of Corsica is home to some of the most mountainous terrain in the whole of the Mediterranean. Its cluster of canyons and winding rivers boats some of the most spectacular natural scenery in Europe.

Historic origins

Today, canyoning may be an exciting outdoor activity, yet you can trace the origins all the way back to the early 1900s when French geographers and adventurers explored the caves and canyons.

What can I expect from the weather during my Water Sports trip in Haute Corse?

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.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Haute Corse region?

French.

What currency is accepted around Haute Corse?

Euro.

What's the country code for the Haute Corse region?

+33.

When is the best time to travel to Haute Corse for Water Sports?

Visit between June and October when the weather is pleasant for ideal canyoning conditions.

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