Canyoning around Grenoble
It's well known: Grenoble is the capital of the Alps! Many climbers, skiers, mountaineers and hikers come by and for the mountain. However, only few people know that Grenoble is home to some beautiful canyons, just a stone's throw from the city center. We have selected the courses that perfectly represent the spirit of canyoning around Grenoble.
Among the canyons near Grenoble, you will find the Furon canyon, the Sassenage canyon, the Ecouges canyon (high or low part) or the Infernet canyon. There is something for everyone. You will find canyons with jumps or abseiling, for first timers or experts.
Our instructors will provide you with all the necessary equipment for your activities. You just have to choose your trail, book to check our availability, and bring your swimsuit and sport shoes.
List for canyoning around Grenoble
The Sassenage canyoning or the Furon lower part is located by the Sassenage basins. You can reach the departure by public transport via the tramway. This canyon has great vertical obstacles, up to 18 meters high, jumps and places to play in the water.
2h30 activity | Level: Easy
The entire Furon canyon represents the upper and the lower part. You will enjoy many jumps and slides in the first part. You will discover the feeling of vertigo while abseiling in the second part.
5 - 6h activity | Level: Medium
The Infernet canyon is a short but intense. It bravely starts with a very impressive abseiling in the dark. After that, you will have a lot of jumps and slides. It is the inescapable activity of the canyoning near Grenoble !
2h30 activity | Level: Intermediate
The upper part of the Écouges canyon is for those who have already done some canyoning, and in particular abseiling. No jumps in this course but a very nice abseiling under a waterfall, taking you all to way down to the final waterfall of 65 meters high.
3h activity | Level: Advanced
Which equipment is provided.
For your canyoning trips near Grenoble, the instructors will provide you with the technical equipment required to practice canyoning. You will be given a 5 mm neoprene suit, neoprene socks, a harness and a safety helmet. The instructor will take care of the ropes and carabiners needed on the trail. The equipment is serviced and meets PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) standards.
Equipment you should bring.
For your part, bring a pair of sneakers and a swimsuit, to avoid being naked under the suit. In addition, you will have to bring your pack lunch for all-day activities. You will eat in the canyon and your lunch will be stored in a waterproof canister provided by us.