The Dora Riparia in Italy is a famous left tributary of the River Po. Measuring up to a length of 125 km. The river has its origin in the Cottian Alps. This is located near to the Col de Montgenèvre located in France. In French, however, this beautiful river is known as Piccola Dora. As the river converges with the Ripa in the Argentera Valley and again with the Thuras de Bousson. The name of the waterway changes into Dora Riparia.
Traveling down the valley, the river bed increases in Oulx, as the main upper tributary of the river – the Dora di Bardonecchia, joins in. The Dora Riparia is further united with Susa and many other tributaries coming from the left such as the Gravio, the Sessi and the Messa.
The river then flows all the way through the Susa Valley, and after making way along the communes of Avigliana, Alpignano, Pianezza and Collegno, joins River Po in Turin.
Dora Riparia Rafting is serious with huge volumes of water, Dora Riparia has been the source of energy of this region for a long time. The river is a much popular zone for enthusiastic rafters as well. With mild waters down its course, the river is best suited for the beginners. Apart from rafting through the fascinating whitewaters, you can also get a good view of the beautiful natural surroundings by the riverside.
Thus, once you plan to spend some exciting moments on the whitewaters along with your family and relatives, the captivating torrents of Dora Riparia is eagerly awaiting to welcome you! However, don’t forget to pack up all your essentials as you gear up for your rafting expedition. To get the maximum pleasure out of the trip, you can even seek the help of the experienced rafters to guide you all the way!