Located in the Broto Valley, at the foot of the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, the Level 2 Furco canyon combines adrenaline and stunning landscapes.
Canyoning in the Pyrenees of Huesca is one of the most fun adventure sports that can be practiced in nature. It's about progressing through the river bed, overcoming the obstacles that you encounter.
Furco canyon is ranked a level 2 canyon which makes it one of the most popular descents of the Pyrenees, both ideal for beginners and people with experience.
It's a very demanding descent because it has a short approach walk and no walk back. However, the canyon of Furco has it all: three abseils of 10, 20, and 22 meters high, one jump of 8 meters (optional) and some funny slides!
The landscape is also amazing with the Flysch rock formations. The obstacles are easy which makes it the perfect activity for mixed ability groups and families with children from age 12.
Approach walk: 15 min.
Descent: 2-3 hours
Walk back: none
Highest jump: 8 metres (optional)
Abseiling up to 22 meters