A spectacular canyon carved into the isolated mountains of the Vette Feltrine limestone range. The water has eroded a path that looks a lot like a natural water park, made to be descended; a continuous series of easy jumps, dives, slides dug into the rock and small abseils in rope follow one another ending right above the Val Noana lake.
The route is suitable for all those who want to have fun without particular skills: the canyon does not present any particular difficulties, the water level is never high, and the pools are a maximum of 5/6 meters long, even the deepest ones.
The highest dives measure a maximum of 7 metres, but are never compulsory, in fact it is always possible to be lowered by rope for those who don't feel like diving.
Obviously you don't have to be too afraid of the water and for those who want it we provide a buoyancy aid jacket.
Right above the lake, at the end of the path, there is a railway path that allows you to exit the canyon, the path is passable but for those who feel like it, it adds an extra thrill of adrenaline.
A new exit path from the Canyon has recently been built with two panoramic walkways that allow you to see two parts of the canyon from above, even for those who decide not to do the activity or to take pictures.
DIFFICULTY: V3 - A2 - IIIEasy canyoning suitable for everyone
REQUIREMENTS: Don't be afraid of water. Optional buoyancy aid vest.
ROCK: Ammonitic Red Sedimentary
LEVEL OF COMMITMENT: Medium - Low
LOCATION: Val Noana - Mezzano (TN)
DEPARTURE POINT: Rifugio Fonteghi Fonteghi Refuge Be careful not to follow the navigator! They send you to a parallel valley where the telephone doesn't pick up.
EXIT POINT: Lago Val Noana
CANYON DIFFERENCE IN HEIGHT : 75 mt
MAXIMUM/MINIMUM ALTITUDE: 1100 mt - 1025 mt
LENGTH OF THE ROUTE: 400 mt
APPROACH TIME: /
JOURNEY TIME OF THE CANYON: 3 h
EXIT TIME: 10 m
TOTAL TIME: 2 h
PERIOD OF TRAVEL: June - September
PRESENCE OF TICKS: 0
HIGHEST DESCENT: 5 mt
TECHNICAL NOTES: Excellent anchorages along the entire route. Final via ferrata above the Val Noana lake, which can be by-passed via the last escape route.
ESCAPE ROUTE: Two, one 1/3 of the way along the left bank, one before the final via ferrata.
HYDRAULIC WORKS: No
NATIONAL PARK: No