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Rafting Down Noce River in Val di Sole

1. Rafting Down Noce River in Val di Sole

The Noce River is one of the most popular canoeing routes in all of Europe. Rafting on this river is a guaranteed adrenaline-fueled 28 km long journey - a thrilling but safe trip. There are varying degrees of difficulty available along the route between rushing rapids and calmer stretches where you can enjoy Val di Sole and Stelvio National Park. The trip begins in Cusiano, in the northern part of Val di Sole, just at the foot of San Michele’s Castle. After being briefed on paddling techniques (how to sit in the boat, lock your feet in, properly paddle, etc.), our guides will take you to the easiest part of the river. From there, you can choose between the numerous rapids with grades 2, 3, and up to the challenging grade 4 of the “Mezzana World Championship Circuit." After that, the trip goes on to Piano di Commezzadura and finally reaches Dimaro, our final destination.

Valtellina valley, vineyards and Bormio Thermal springs

2. Valtellina valley, vineyards and Bormio Thermal springs

Valtellina is very rich in traditions and culture and it is an entirely alpine heterogeneous world, made up of glaciers as well as vineyards; the latter are a real work of art based on a careful engineering of the territory, which gives life to "heroic wines". Meet your guide in Piazza Martiri and board the car that will take you up to the Valtellina valley. Discover the beauty of Valtellina in its villages which, all generated by Alpine culture, have their own defined identity, urban microcosms rich in history and art as well as in material culture. During the road trip make a stop in Teglio, the small local village where we serve the meal with the best fresh home-made local products such as bresaola, sciatt (traditional cheese balls), pizzoccheri and wine in the middle of the vineyards. Enjoy a scenographic ride and reach Bormio, known for its ski area and for the attractions of the nearby Stelvio National Park. Bormio is also famous for its historical thermal baths with spectacular views. Take a dip in the ancient thermal waters that have been flowing for 2,000 years. Their energy flows in the Medieval, Imperial and Roman Baths: from the panoramic pool overlooking the basin of Bormio, to the San Martino steam cave which leads to one of the thousand-year old springs. Enjoy a spectacular infinity pool from which you can admire a unique view of the Valtellina valley and its enchanting beauty, soaking in the colors and scents of the breathtaking natural surroundings.

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great tour, great guides, top organization... can absolutely recommend it!