On a bad weather day or to combat the heat of high summer in Chamonix, book a trip down the river to tackle the rapids in one of these rafts. A run down the Grade II Arve river through Chamonix town centre is a thrilling experience and a great way to cool off for a couple of hours, while adrenaline seekers can head through the Mont Blanc tunnel to Italy to raft down the highest grade river in Europe for some serious rapids! The rafting experts have a base on the edge of the town centre in Chamonix, with some welcome warm showers for when you get back.
We just ask that you remember to bring your own towels to take with you, as Chamonix All Year towels should not be taken out of your accommodation. And don’t forget your swimsuits!
Grade II rafting in Chamonix
This is a great introduction to rafting in the Alps and a really fun way to spend a few hours – everyone will be smiling at the end.
Typical price: 45€ per person
From 12 years old. Includes wetsuit and shoes, take your own swimsuit and towel.
Grade III-IV white water rafting in Italy
The Dora Baltea is the highest grade river in Europe for white water rafting – adrenaline rush guaranteed!
Half day (2 runs): 100€ per person
Full day (3 runs + lunch): 150€ pp
16 years or 150cm+, must be able to swim well. Price includes transport, wetsuits and lunch (full day option only), take your own swimming gear and towels.
Booking Chamonix rafting
For Chamonix and Passy rafting, contact Evolution 2 – let them know you’re coming from Chamonix All Year when you book!
Contact the Compagnie des Guides de Chamonix to book your Italian rafting adventure