Tyrol
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Innsbruck: White River Rafting Experience

1. Innsbruck: White River Rafting Experience

Every rafter’s heart skips a beat at the sight of the imposing waves, impressive currents, and powerful stoppers of Europe's famous white river rafting section of the Imster Schlucht. The River Inn, with its abundance of water, is the ideal trip for rafting beginners and every outdoor sports enthusiast. This tour is more than an adventure; it is a nature experience of a very special kind. Your raft will provide a safe ride for all participants from the age of 10 (over 6 for children’s sections) up. Families and less adventurous souls can choose more relaxing trips, while those adventurers who are looking for the thrills and spills of white water rafting better get ready for the trip of a life time. Your 3-hour rafting experience will cover a distance of approximately 14 kilometers, tackling medium white water of a class III category. It doesn’t matter how or where, the experience will conjure up a smile on your face that will last right through the day.

Ötztal: Rafting at Imster Canyon for Beginners

2. Ötztal: Rafting at Imster Canyon for Beginners

Embark on a whitewater rafting adventure for beginners in the picturesque Ötztal. Paddle through the rapids in Imster Canyon and feel the thrill of fighting through the big waves. After changing into your whitewater equipment, go by minibus or taxi to the starting point. Listen to a detailed safety talk from your guide before getting into specialized rafting boats and setting off. Enjoy the calm stream and the swimming areas before the canyon turns into a rushing whitewater river. Fight through the waves as a team as your guides snap photos of your experience with waterproof cameras. At the end of the tour, toast to a successful day of rafting with a drink before heading back to the rafting base. Unwind with hot showers, spacious changing rooms, and an outdoor swimming area.

Ötztal: Intermediate Whitewater Rafting at Imster Canyon

3. Ötztal: Intermediate Whitewater Rafting at Imster Canyon

Embark on a whitewater rafting adventure for beginners in the picturesque Ötztal. Paddle through the rapids in Imster Canyon and feel the thrill of fighting through the big waves. Change into your whitewater equipment and go by minibus or taxi to launching point. Listen to a detailed safety talk from your guide before boarding your specialized rafting boat and setting off. Enjoy the calm stream and some swimming areas at the start and watch as the canyon turns into a rushing whitewater river. Fight through the waves as a team as your guides snap photos of your experience with waterproof cameras. At the end of the tour, toast to a successful day of rafting with a drink before heading back to the rafting base. Unwind with hot showers, spacious changing rooms, and an outdoor swimming area.

Ötztal: Advanced Rafting on Ötztaler Ache

4. Ötztal: Advanced Rafting on Ötztaler Ache

Join an advanced rafting tour that will take you through the heart of the scenic Tyrolean Alps. Your guides have waterproof cameras that will allow them to capture the experience. Work together with your team to conquer the rapids and afterward enjoy a toast before heading back to the base camp. Begin with a welcome and introduction to the modern white water rafting equipment before you transfer to the start of the rafting route. After a detailed safety talk, your adventure will commence.  Make your way through the high waves near the Piburger Bridge, the narrow passages of the forest gorge, further past the Sautner Roller, and up to the Weir Plant, where can take a well-deserved break. Next up is a key part of the route, the Boa Constructa. In order to get through this section, the whole team will need to do their part. Everyone will realize what the expression "we are all in the same boat" truly means. Once this section of the river is mastered, you'll have conquered Ötzaler Ache as a group. From here on swimming and jumping into the water is allowed again. Make a toast to your efforts at the end before you transfer back to the base camp. Once there, hot showers, changing rooms, and an outdoor swimming pool are all free for you to use.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Great experience

Good service from our guide and a thrilling first experience of white water rafting. The only fault we had was the photo package was €50 and included 25 pictures of everyone in our boat, we weren’t permitted to buy individual photos just showing our family so were disappointed in that respect, with no lasting souvenir. This didn’t detract from the overall experience and we would definitely recommend it.

The river is great. Lots of rapids and waves. We also had multiple opportunities to swim. The scenery was amazing too. Majestic mountains and sprawling green hillsides. The logistics were first class. Great gear, nice basecamp with hot showers, friendly staff, and a professional guide. Overall we spent about an hour and a half in the water, and about an hour prepping, driving etc.

great fun for the first time! good guidance! some big rapids. just a little too quiet for advanced users.

Was a nice not too heavy raft trip, definitely recommended for a first time, we loved it

Good guide, neat material and a very nice adventurous trip. Recommended!