White-water rafting: Adventure without risk!
White-water rafting fans will want to traverse the Entenlochklamm gorge, also known as the Antenloch. The 2.5km breakthrough valley of the Leukental is located in the Bavarian-Tyrolean border area between Kössen and Ettenhausen near Schleching. Anyone who loves water, nature and a bit of action will enjoy paddling here. During the three-hour tour, level 2 white-water passages alternate with serene stretches of the river. The adventure is supervised and accompanied by state-certified, experienced raft guides who give safety training beforehand. The experience includes white-water swimming, raft manoeuvring and an exhilarating leap into the wet stuff! Who’s in?
White-water rafting: Adventure without risk!
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