Between Vercors and Provence, you can discover several river courses from 3 to 49 km and travel aboard canoes with your family, friends or on a "group outing".
Ideal for canoeing without any particular difficulty, the Drôme will suit the beginner as well as those who are more experienced. It is a river completely "free and natural"; no dam and no restraints regulate the river, which earned it the title of the last wild torrential river in Europe with its rich and preserved flora and fauna.
From its two bases located at the edge of the river Drôme (Saillans and Aouste sur Sye), you will discover many possibilities of courses, including 8 courses from Saillans (3km, 6km, 9km, 13km, 19km, 26km and 32km), open from April to September, and 5 courses from Aouste sur Sye, Crest (4km, 11 km, 14 km, 20 km and 34 km), open every weekend in June, July and August.
As for the two-day canoe trip of 33km or 49 km, it will delight the sportiest of people in search of escape.
You can also opt for a 100% outdoor day thanks to the Bike + Canoe day, with the mountain bike trip during the morning going up the Valley of the Drôme on 15 km or 20 km and the Canoe descent of 14 km in the afternoon.