Canyoning and aquarando in Corsica
Outdoor sports activities, canyoning and aquarando seduce fans of breathtaking landscapes and water sports. The descent of the canyon has the principle of progressing without a boat in the bed of a steep river: a playful course fraught with pitfalls that involves swimming, jumping, sliding on natural toboggans, walking, climbing, abseiling or zipline. The landscapes of eastern Corsica lend themselves particularly to this multifaceted discipline: the Bavella massif is one of the most beautiful sites on the island for canyoning. More family-friendly, the aquarando is to walk up the course of a river, but without using string techniques. The jumps are also optional and there is no approach walk to access the stream. The aquarando on the course of Solenzara can generally be practiced from the age of 9 years. The high mountain guides of Acqua Natura or Alpa Corse offer both activities. The closest appointments are in Sari-Solenzara and Chisa.
Climbing: Via Ferrata near Solenzara
Between climbing and hiking, Via Ferrata can follow a route laid out in the rock. High mountain activity accessible to the general public, the Via Ferrata finds in Corsica its most beautiful sites: the Monte Falcunaccia in Peri, the gorges of Prunelli in Tolla, the Tafunatu di Paliri in Zonza, or the needles of Bavella in Solenzara. Ideal destination for climbing family, South Corsica is rich in a breathtaking natural heritage. Enthusiastic for the great outdoors, the Via Ferrata allows you to get acquainted with verticality thanks to mixed routes of hikes and overflights: ladders, monkey bridges, rope passes, climbing tracks with iron grapples, or cable cars, Courses of different levels are fun and varied. In Solenzara, the Via Ferrata of Buccarona begins with a small adventure park for children.