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Gesäuse

Kajak - Canoe

Many colorful kayakers drift on the waters of the Gesaeuse, having the time of their lives. Sometimes faster, sometimes slower, they pass bays with the finest sand and rocks made of mighty conglomerate. For many, the kayak is their favorite companion when exploring the Gesäuse. Because you have a very special view from the water.

The famous conglomerate gorge in the Salza can hardly be experienced better than by paddling. There is so much joy that you would love to do an Eskimo roll. Some people take it easy, others expect the big adventure. The best thing to do is to organize a kayak guide at the beginning, who will show you where the best challenges are waiting for you and how to master them in the best way. At this point, you can also get acquainted with techniques such as looping in and out, traversing, sweeping water, etc. Individual supervision from absolute professionals increases the fun factor and allows you to enjoy kayaking and canoeing with less stress. Exactly as it should be. The soul dangles on the hammock, while the body gives everything while paddling in the white water of the Enns or Salza.

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whitewater fun at its best

Paddling, paddling through the turquoise facets of one of Europe's last natural rivers, the Salza? Or experience the roar and roar of the Enns up close? In the Gesäuse, water rats have just as much fun in a kayak or canoe as mountain enthusiasts. But you must not be made of sugar - after all, the kayak is built close to the water. By the way, it's best to go with a guide who will not only explain the region to you, but also the best tricks.

Kajak - Canoe

Highlights

In the Gesäuse, one river rarely comes alone: thus, both kayakers and canoeists flirt with this region, which is crisscrossed by both the powerful Enns and the picturesque Salza. In addition, everyone from beginners to full professionals will find their personal favorite spot in the water.

salza

Emerald-colored and beautiful, the Salza meanders through the Steirische Eisenwurzen Nature Park and looks damn good doing it.

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enns

Depending on her mood, she is quick-tempered and racy, then again very calm.

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Discover your gesäuse

Some take it easy, others expect the big adventure. The best thing to do is to organize a kayak guide at the beginning, who will show you where the best challenges are waiting and how to master them best. At this point, you can also get acquainted with techniques such as looping in and out, traversing, sweeping water, etc. Individual supervision by absolute professionals increases the fun factor and allows you to enjoy kayaking and canoeing in a more stress-free way.

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to know

Before you and the Gesäuse really get started, we have compiled the most important tips and information on the subject of kayak canoeing. If you still have questions, just contact our team - we will be happy to help you personally.

From the water you have a very special view of the Gesäuse

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eat & sleep

They are rustic and outspoken, the Gesäuse inns.  And "regional" is not a code word in the Gesäuse, but a duty. In their backpacks they have a selection of Styrian classics to delight the palate. The traditional preparation awakens a thousand and one memories and, on balance, simply makes you blissful.

And restful sleep is possible in the Gesäuse anyway. Hotels, guesthouses, huts and campsites are scattered all over the Gesäuse. Everyone is sure to find a comfortable bed for the night. That's a promise!