There’s no better, or more thrilling way to cool off on a hot Italian summers day than a canyoning experience. Across Italy, you’ll find a wide range of canyoning options. Whether you’re completely new to the activity or are a total pro, you’ll find the adventure that’s right for you.
Located just an hour’s drive from Lake Como you’ll find a canyoning spot in Val Bodengo with emerald green pools, many jumps and a 20-25 meter shuttle slide. This location is even suitable for children. Arco, in the Dolomites, is home to another great family friendly canyoning spot. For a slightly more challenging canyoning experience, be sure to head to the Apuan Alps National Park.
The summer months tend to be hot across Italy. The winter months can be cold, grey and rainy in the north but tend to be more temperate south of Rome. Spring and fall are temperate and warm across the country.
Fly to either Rome, Milan, or Venice and then connect onwards by bus, train or car.
The best time to visit Italy for canyoning is the summer months. Although, September and October are suitable too.
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