A canyon can be defined as a deep gorge with a narrow stream or river flowing through it. It is quite fascinating, how a small river carves a piece of land into something so alluring and majestic. Now, if you are wondering what canyoning is, the answer is easy. It is a recreational activity, wherein you explore a canyon. Though it cannot be explained in simpler terms, the activity is a little more complex than this. To traverse a canyon, you need several skills as it includes a plethora of activities like hiking, rappelling, bouldering, sliding, swimming, wading, scrambling and rafting. In the most basic terms, it is a technical descent into the canyon, and it requires rope work. The activity may also involve jumping into the water and flowing with it.
It’s a thrilling and exciting water sport in Manali between abseiling and rappelling. Canyoning is an amazing full body and mind experience that enables you to explore some of the last forbidden places in the Himalayas. Our aim is to allow others to discover this beautiful region without disturbing neither its landscape nor its deeply spiritual population. And talk about fun! Challenge yourself in ways you’d never dreamed of. Plunge down water polished chutes and abseil down waterfalls. The canyon will show you an entirely different, inaccessible face of the Kullu valley. Expert Canyoning guides will lead you in abseiling, climbing, and sliding down steep canyon walls and waterfalls to deep pools below, through intimate passages of contorted rock and powerful blasts of water.Location-:
Manali valley has abundant rivers and waterfalls. The canyon is situated in Vashisht on the Kroni River. The starting point of the canyon is a 25 minute walk high above the village, with a descent of approximately 3 hours.