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TORRENTE NA MORA
Only October to April
Canyoning involves walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling and/or swimming through a canyon. Due to the limestone rocks found in the Tramuntana mountain range, Mallorca boasts many canyons that have been carved out over millions of years by water. These narrow gorges, with beautifully sculpted walls and waterfalls provide a striking setting
The Torrente de Na Mora has been formed by the rain that falls from the Puig Mayor (Mallorca’s highest mountain) and finishes in the sea.
We start our excursion in Port Sóller with a 15 minute drive to the Mirador de Ses Barques.
From here it’s just over an hours walk into the Balitx valley, past the old farmhouses to the riverbed, where we enter the canyon.
The canyon is divided into two parts; the first part has some cool jumps and abseils.
The second is more challenging and has several nice features such as “Sa Fosqueta” and the exit to the sea.
We return back to Port Sóller by boat. (approx. 30 min)
What is included?
Transfer from Port Sóller to the Mirador de Ses Barques.
Experienced guide and all necessary equipment – wetsuits, helmets, ropes, harnesses, canyoning packs and watertight containers.
What´s not included?
Transfers, food, drink, insurance.
What else to bring?
Wear your swimsuit and sportswear on top.
(lightweight warm clothing, best if your sportswear folds up small for easier transport,
dry underwear and dry shoes for return.)
A good pair of walking shoes or Trainers that will get wet to descend into the canyon.
1,5 l water per person, lunch plus snacks (dried fruit, cereal bars, fruit, chocolate etc.)
Suncream and hat.
Optional: neoprene gloves
and a sense of adventure
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