An Apennine stream easy to sail and very attractive, running through a wild and unspoiled valley, where you can still enjoy the beauty of nature in silence.
Along the Aveto valley and the adjacent Trebbia valley you will realize that the area is dotted with small villages and sacred buildings, bearing witness to a past rich in history and culture.
An Apennine stream easy and 'playful', also suitable for less experienced paddlers (still to be reckoned in case of very high water levels).
The rapids are quite short and not too steep.
To note that the flood on September 13th-14th, 2015 has changed the river in many places and they are doing maintenance work.
The river is simple and there are no transshipments. Part of the reach is in a gorge.
Recommended to dress appropriately to the quite cold water temperature.
Wear basic equipment (helmet, life jacket, etc).
Small town of Roman origin included in the list of "Italys most beautiful Villages". Of particular interest is the old town center, which still preserves the characteristics of a medieval village, the famous Gobbo Bridge, symbol of the city, and St. Colombanos Abbey, a well preserved monastery of the XV century that can still be visited.
Small Ligurian town situated at 1,012 meters above sea level, known for its Malaspina-Doria castle, which dominates the main square, and the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. From the village branch several natural excursions to the surrounding mountains.
It is a protected natural area in the province of Genoa. It was established in 1995 and has a total area of 3,018 hectares. The park covers one of the most important naturalistic areas of the entire Ligurian Apennines, offering numerous possibilities for trekking and hiking or cycling. It is also one of the few areas in Italy where you can spot the Golden eagle.
City of departure: Corte Brugnatella
Departure: Loc. Ruffinati
City of arrival: Marsaglia
Length (Km): 14
Difficulty: moderately difficult
a Nature, Art
Discipline: Canoe & Kayak
Type of Itinerary: Half Day
Difference in height (m): 0
Difference in downhill (m): 0
Highest point (m): 401
Lowest point (m): 306
Duration (h.): 3
Hydrometer: click here