The Lech River in Austria is indeed a popular destination for all rafting lovers! The right tributary of Danube, the river measures up to a length of 245 km and has a drainage basin of 2,550 sq. miles. The river has its source in the Austrian state of Voralberg. Initiating from its starting place, the river again appears from Formarinsee, a lake located in the Alps. From thereon, the river moves through a long distance, turns to the northeasterly direction and then moves over to the German border.
The Lech River has several waterfalls along its course, giving the river an outstanding look. Further down the course, the river flows inside the narrow gorge and as it leaves the Alps, the waterway again makes its way through the plains of Fussen (a German state).
The Lech River Rafting experience is regarded as a famous, it is well known, a’famous’ rafting spot, the Lech River sports wild waters all through its course; making it all the more fascinating and captivating! As you navigate through the river, you are sure to face huge foaming waves challenging you all through the way. The waters of the Lech River will not just excite you to the core; but the torrents will light up your soul as well. As the whitewaters drench you and the cool breeze flows, you can sense the excitement from within!
Apart from taking a joyful ride in the foaming torrents of Lech River, you can also opt for camping by the riverside. The lush greenery and the breathtaking landscapes will certainly leave you awestruck!
So, as you choose to take a quick break from your work and spend an exciting holiday, the Lech River is surely the place to be in!