The Inn River in Switzerland is one of the chief tributaries of Danube. The river rises in the Swiss Alps, close to St. Moritz located in the Engadin region. The river then moves northwest and enters Austria and passes through the Austrian state of Tyrol.
The river then runs along the border of Bavaria and finally flows into the legendary Danube. A fast-flowing river, River Inn, apart from being a stunning waterbody, is also a great place for enjoying your rafting tour.
The Inn River meanders through the Lower Engadine and turns out to be one of the most tough and challenging whitewaters to be rafted on. When it begins its journey and crosses the Upper Engadine, the river remains pretty gentle, allowing a rafter to flow through the placid waves on his canoe.
Picks up speed
But then, as it crosses through the Zernec, the velocity of the waves increases immediately and the river dramatically transforms into a tumultuous river. A lover of turbulent current will surely enjoy his rafting experience in the Inn River. Hurling through the waves and tossing through the whitewaters, as you pass the high boulders, you will get simply get the taste of the excitement of the swirling waters.
As you look down the several points on the Seefeld plateau, you are sure to get a glimpse of the River Inn, flowing all the way through its long journey from Switzerland to Austria and then to Germany. While rafting through the crashing waters, a rafter can even catch a glimpse of the magnificent natural beauty of the sprawling Swiss territory.
However, as you plan for your dream trip down the River Inn, make sure to seek the valuable suggestions of rafting experts. The best rafting season starts from May and ends in the month of October. A participant must be minimum 14 years old to take part in the exhilarating rafting adventures of River Inn.