Canyoning Ardèche

Chassezac full day

The Chassezac is a challenging canyon where you’ll follow the course of the river in a variety of different ways.

70,00 € per person

Difficulty:

Required age : 10+

Duration : 5-6 hrs

15 mins approach, 5 hr descent, 1h return

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Chassezac full day

The essential Ardeche, a canyon not to be missed!

The Chassezac is a technically challenging canyon that requires many forms of locomotion to follow the course of the river: walking, jumps up to 7m (all optional), swimming, abseiling, bridging techniques and slides. This is an adrenalin-filled, aquatic day out in a magnificent setting. We still offer this canyon in its full version; however, alternatives to the most challenging sections do exist and can be considered in some cases, if necessary.

The little ‘extra’ at GEO - canyoning shoes + neoprene socks from size 26 to 52!

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Risky activity: consult our recommendations carefully.

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Meeting point at the Post Office of Les Vans (07140)

From Aubenas: Take the D104 signposted to Alès. At the La Blachere roundabout, take the first exit signed to La Blachere and Les Vans D104A. Continue on the D104A into the centre of Les Vans where you will see the P.O. on your right.

From Vallon Pont d’Arc: Head out toward Ruoms on the D579. At the roundabout take the second exit onto the D111 signposted to Les Vans. At the roundabout turn left and then first right continuing to follow signs to Les Vans where the P.O. is in the centre of town on your right.

The price includes

  • Recent CE-approved safety equipment.
  • A full neoprene wetsuit with hood (thickness 5 mm), neoprene socks, MIC canyon shoes and a helmet.
  • Supervision by experienced, fully qualified professional instructors.

  • Season: April – October
  • To bring: water (min 1.5l per person), swimsuit, and a non-squashable picnic (sandwiches, cereal bars etc.
  • Not included: transport to & from canyon