The Cares, is well known because of the narrow and spectacular canyon it forms when passing the Picos de Europa.
The Cares river is located in Northern Spain, flowing through the Autonomous Communities of Asturias and León, until it joins the Deva River and flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
This activity gives you a chance to try out one of the most popular and fastest growing water sports ever. This funny experience will gets you from Arenas de Cabrales and Trescares through 9km (5.5miles) descending. This place is perfect for canoeing trip down the amazing River Cares with a first kilometer more wild, intense and funny and the rest of the descend very picturesque scenery and ideal water conditions. All sessions are tailored either for complete beginners or for those with some previous experience to ensure everyone and has enjoyable and constructive time on the water.
The canoes are very stable, inflatable sit-on-top boats easy to manage and you do not need previous experience, however this is going to be a wild experience, so is totally recommended not to be scary on water, as we will be passing through sever rapids class III.
Once you have arrived to our PaddleinSpain center in Cabrales and be welcomed, your day will begin with a thorough safety briefing covering the techniques and safety aspects of canoeing.
You have one descend per day in the morning at 10am – and the total duration descending is about 2hrs.
- Minimum age: 14 years
- Juniors must be accompanied of an adult
- All participants must know how to swim
- Before your booking, please inform to the centre if you are exceptionally tall or overweight, or if you have any medical conditions, disabilities which affect your ability to partake in the activity
- Weather conditions can be affecting this activity.
This activity is available from March to September
Usually this activity has 1 run a day:
- Morning at 10am
|INCLUDED||Health and third-party insurance
All the equipment required for the activity (neoprene, helmet, paddle, lifejacket..)
River guide instructor