In amongst some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe and enjoying the warm crystal waters of the Ardeche gorge, you will learn to skilfully paddle and journey by canoe. Tackling both moving and flat water, you will paddle through and camp in this stunning national park as you are guided in the essential skills for travelling over water.
The Path of the Paddle
An incredible experience in its own right, this course will provide you with the tools to start making your own journeys and memories in the most beautiful craft ever made.
Gorges de l’Ardèche
This protected site classified as a natural reserve, reachable only by canoe or by hiking, give to the visitor an unforgettable sight of beauty…
Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.
The Tarn Gorges are dramatic gorges running from Le Rozier, north of Millau, to Quézac, in the Lozère department of the Massif Central, northern Langudoc-Roussillon.
Following the course of the Tarn River for 50 kilometres, the Tarn Gorges are among the deepest gorges to be found anywhere in Europe. They are also extremely picturesque – perhaps one of the most scenic parts of France – and offer several great vantage points.
A scenic road follows alongside the gorge – it has lots of stopping places, although not always in quite the place that you want to stop!
Think up a bottle of water per person at least for the descent of the Ardeche. Possibility to get some water on the two bivouac areas.