Unlike the other canyons, Tignale has some open and bright stretches, which invite you to stop and relax in the large pools carved into the rock. A river with a very variable seasonal flow, it tends to be warmer than the others in the area. This is why it is perfect for early and late summer.

€ 90


Half day




Min. 3


from April to October

Participants must be moderately fit and in good health. Participants must be moderately fit and in good health. For your safety and the safety of others in the group, it is necessary to inform us of any pre-existing medical conditions at the time of booking and to your guide at the start of the trip.

Jumps are optional, participants can always decide if they wish to jump or be abseiled by the Guide with the use of the rope. For safety reasons it will not be possible to jump higher than 6 meters.

Should the water level be too low and the conditions deemed unsafe, your Guide reserves the right to change the location of the activity, selecting an alternative descent of the same duration and difficulty.

Tignale itinerary

In the morning we reach the hamlet of Piovere, leave the van and get ready by wearing neoprene wetsuits and shoes, harness and helmet.
Walking on a gentle path we reach the entrance of the Canyon where your Guide will hold a short but detailed briefing to illustrate the activity, rules and behaviors to follow in the river.
The adventure begins with a series of rappels alternating with rock slides until we reach a long slide leading to a large swimming pool.

After a series of descents, in a short time we reach  further down where the environment reopens. We then move onto an exposed traverse and get ready for a 45-meter abseil, which marks the conclusion of the first section.
As we continue, easier terrain awaits us but there is not time to relax, for we are soon met by 2 steep slides that pour into idyllic pools. The last 12-meter slide is remarkable, one to remember, not for its difficulty but for its exhilarating fun!

Costs conditions and materials

Each Guide can take a maximum of 8 people.

Included in the fee: the Guide service, the rental of technical equipment necessary for the activity, and the transfer from Arco to the location.

Not included in the fee: anything not mentioned in "included

Equipment provided by Mountime: neoprene wet suit and socks, harness, helmet and ferrata set.

Personal equipment: sport shoes to use in the water duing the excursion, swimsuit, towel and a change of dry clothes to wear at the end of the excursion.