The Isarco River in Italy is also known by the name Eisack River. The second largest water body in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region based in Northern Italy. The Isarco River is a much sought-after rafting destination.
The river initiates its journey near the Brenner Pass, falling from a height of 1990 meters above the sea level. It finally mingles with the Adige River, near to the south of Bolzano/Bozen.
As a snow fed river, the Isarco River carries huge volumes of water all the year round. Especially, during spring and after heavy rainfalls. As it passes down the valley, the waterway cuts through the deep gorges and canyons. With its heavy mass of water, the river creates natural foaming waves of great heights. This, moreover, turns the river into a cherished spot for all rafting enthusiasts.
The Isarco River Rafting experience is magical!!
A rafter is sure to be enchanted by the thrill of whitewater exploration here. As you float through the foaming waves and get yourself drenched in the whitewaters of Isarco, you are bound to get lost in those magical moments! Furthermore, the peaceful Alpine pastures and the gentle slopes unveiling their beauty are sure to catch your attention.
Nothing can stop you from getting engrossed in the exquisiteness of the majestic peaks and the exhilaration of rafting down the Isarco River. For all the lovers of adventure and fun, the whitewaters of the river has ample things to offer.
However, other than rafting, you can even go for paragliding or sail flying, or enjoy camping by the riverside. Thus, as you make up your mind to get lost in the whitewaters and bring back the lost excitement in your life, the frothy waves of Isarco River are waiting to charm you!