Ardeche River in France, situated in the south-central France, is a 120 km long river. Falling to the right of River Rhone, this water body rises from the Massif Central, close to the village of Astet. It then falls into River Rhone near to the Pont-Saint-Espirit, which is positioned at the north-west side of Orange.
Fast flowing Ardeche River
A fast-flowing river boasting of several carved narrow gorges, Ardeche River is a notable river in France. In fact, the entire valley through which the river flows is very scenic one, sporting some of the breathtaking canyons of the region.
The Ardeche Gorges section, which is a 30 km long area, is a pretty famous spot and quite a hit among the ourists. Here, the Ardeche river walls are limestone cliffs, which are up to 300m high. The Ardeche river is a famous tourist spot during the summers and is regarded as one of the highly popular European destinations for all rafters. Along with the several breathtaking scenes, the river provides you a few nervous moments too. As you flow through the narrow rugged canyons, with the brilliant blue sky above you and bumping into crashing waves, you are surely going to experience the most memorable whitewater rafting experience of your life.
Apart from enjoying the waters, you can surely go on hiking or even set up camps on the riverside. While out on a rafting trip on River Ardeche, you are ensured to be mesmerized by the outstanding natural beauty of the area and its amazing streams. So, hurry up and get set to embark on the “wet” mission on River Ardeche.
The Ardeche River has everything you need in a great whitewater river, it has fast flow, big waves, great scenery and good access a winning combination in our eyes.