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Rafting

Rafting With water draining off the high mountains white water is in abundance. Take a thrilling ride down one of the many suitable rivers flowing through the Pyrenees. You will get wet but it will all be worth it!


Hydro speed

Hydro speed Wetsuit on, helmet on, padding on and life jacket on. Grab the small polyurethane raft designed for descending rapids and hurl yourself into thundering torrents of water. Sound crazy? Yes but also good fun!


Canyoning

Canyoning Don your wetsuit and take to the water for a mix of jumping down waterfalls and wading through the river. Some routes just need an ability to swim, whilst others will require helmets, the use of ropes and even some abseiling skills


Kayak

Kayak An excellent area for kayaking and canoeing, the Pyrenees has a multitude of rivers ideal to follow this sport. The scenery can be spectacular and what a great way in which to see it


Canoe

Canoe An excellent area for kayaking and canoeing, the Pyrenees has a multitude of rivers ideal to follow this sport. The scenery can be spectacular and what a great way in which to see it


Fishing

Fishing The Pyrenees offers some excellent fishing spots. Make sure you get your licence (carte de pÍche) and know the seasons and catch limits. Local fishing tackle shops and the tourist office are good sources of local information


Pot holing

Pot holing The Pyrenees has some of the most celebrated and historic caves in the world. Not for the claustrophobic, guided pot holing can take you into an underworld labyrinth unlike anything above ground


Swimming pool

Swimming pool Whether it be in a mountain lake, river or outdoor pool, there is nothing better than swimming surrounded by the mountains and being able to breath in the fresh mountain air.