One of the best descents in the Western Pyrenees







Exceptional descent, vertical, aquatic and very sporty. The Estribiella canyon has a beautiful channel excavated in limestone, where its spectacular abseils are chained by the active (water vein), there are also some jumps and slides. In addition, during much of the descent it is possible to enjoy some of the best panoramic views over the mountains of the Echo Valley.




LOCATION: Valle de Hecho (Huesca). map

SEASON: From 1 june to 31 october.


Approach 50′

Descent 2-3h

Return 25′

DIFFICULTY: LEVEL 3 – Initiation Plus

Sport difficulty: v4 a3

  • No previous experience requiered, but participants have to assume that the last abseil is obligatory despite it can impress them.

  • At all times you are accompanied and secured by a professional canyon guide.

  • Abseils with certain water flow, max. 35m. Some of them are very slippery.

  • Easy jumps, less than 3m. Not obligatory.

  • Easy toboggans, less than 6m. Not obligatory.

  • Swimming in water with quite current, less than 5m.

  • There are the specific objective risks associate to any practice in a natural environment (weather, stone falls, fauna…).


  • Minimum age 14 years. Minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

  • It is recommended to have some experience in initation canyons.

  • To know how to swim.

  • To communicate to the guide before startig the activity any health problem, physical / psychological condition, or personal characteristic that may affect individual or collective safety during the activity.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BRING for the activity

  • Footwear for the descent, shoes or boots with good sole, if possible mountain ones.

  • Swimsuit.

  • T-shirt and fine trousers or tights for the approach (it is important that they are not cotton), take into account that these clothes will get wet during the descent.

  • Towel, dry clothes and shoes to change.

  • Something to get a bite during the descent (cereal bars, fruit, chocolate …), to taste but it is important that they are foods not too bulky and with many calories.

  • 1 litre of water each 2 participants.



4 participants or more: 65€/pax

3 participants: 75€/pax

2 participants: 110€/pax

1 participant: 220€/pax



  • V.A.T. (21%).

  • Professional Canyon Guide (Técnico Deportivo en Barrancos – official qualification).

    Maximum ratio: 1 guide per 6 participants.

  • Individual canyoning equipment (helmet, harness equiped for canyoning, wetsuit 5mm, neoprene socks 3mm).

  • Group canyoning equipment (1 canyoning backpack and 1 waterproof drum per 2 participants).

  • Safety and emergency kit.

  • Accident insurance.

  • Civil liability insurance.

  • Organization and logistics.


  • Transport.

  • Accomodation and meals.

  • Anything that does not appear in INCLUDES part.

Do not hesitate to contact for more information, make a reservation, or ask for a proposal. 

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Barranquismo, descenso de cañones, cayoning, Esukal Herria. Pais Vasco, Euskadi, Navarra, Basque Country. Guías Profesionales de Barrancos. Valle de Hecho, Sierra de Guara

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Barranquismo, descenso de cañones, cayoning, Esukal Herria. Pais Vasco, Euskadi, Navarra, Basque Country. Guías Profesionales de Barrancos. Valle de Hecho, Sierra de Guara