Noce River

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Location

Val di Sole
Italy
46° 19' 1.4088" N, 10° 48' 50.0184" E
IT
General info: 

Fed by melting Alpine glaciers, the Noce tumbles through the wild, remote Val di Sole (Sun Valley) in the Dolomites of northern Italy. It offers some of the most exciting whitewater rafting in Europe, including a spectacular series of Class V rapids as it roars through the gorges of Mostizzolo. The landscape is breathtaking picturesque if you have time to enjoy it from the paddling.

There are several locations where you can start your run and different rafting operators. See contacts below. The selection is large in terms of level of difficulty, length of ratfing, no. of people and vehicle to use.

Getting there: 

EURORAFTING
Cusiano di Ossana - c/o Centro Sportivo
Tel. +39 335 7596323
www.eurorafting.com - info@eurorafting.com

RAFTING CENTER VAL DI SOLE
Dimaro - Via Gole, 108
Tel. +39 0463 973278 - Cell. +39 340 2175873
www.raftingcenter.it - info@raftingcenter.it

CHILI RAFTING
Croviana - Via de le Ovene, 1
Tel. +39 338 4093109
http://www.chilirafting.it/ - info@chilirafting.it

Costs: 

A pricing example:
50€ for 15km rafting. Ideal for people who try rafting for the first time and want to have a great experience.
DURATION: 1h40 only descent; 2h30 with preparations, explanation and transfer.

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