Wild Ride.

River Rafting

River rafting, this actually means raft driving. However, the spectacular journey on the white water, nowadays, is not completed on tree trunks, but rather with stable multi-chamber inflatable boats.

Surselva Region.

River Rafting on the Rhine

Anyone who has ever travelled on the Rhaetian Railway from Ilanz to Reichenau will hardly forget the Rhine Gorge, known by the locals as Ruinaulta, with its bizarre landslide landscape.

Depending on the water level, the 20-kilometre stretch between Ilanz and Reichenau can also be navigated by rubber dinghy from May to October. Up to nine participants can start per boat.


River Rafting auf dem Rhein

Engadine Region.

River Rafting on the Inn

The Inn has its source at Piz Lunghin north of the Maloja Pass at 2484 metres above sea level and flows first through the Upper Engadin lakes and then through the Lower Engadin.

The unspoilt mountain world in the national park region promises exciting rafting tours. Experienced and competent rafting guides from the Engadin offer half-day and full-day tours.


River Rafting auf dem Inn

Prättigau Region.

River Rafting on the Landquart between Küblis and Grüsch

The Landquart originates at the Silvretta massif as the union of the Vereinabach and Verstanclabach, flows through the Prättigau and flows into the Alpenrhein at the village named after it.

The Landqart offers moderately blocked and sometimes powerful white water. The rapids have imaginative names such as Furnapower, Bikemasterschwall, KO-Kurve, Fuchsenwinkel, Schlangenboden and Happysurvivor. Action and fun are guaranteed.


River Rafting auf der Landquart