The river Sile offers a relaxed alternative to beach paddling along the lively hotel miles on the Lido. You enjoy Italian river idyll and sometimes believe just being on a canal in the hinterland.View more
Budapest is not only one of the top cities in Europe, but also a die-hard paddling city. The Danube forms two large islands in the city area, which can be comfortably paddled around before admiring the imposing parliament building from the water.View more
The south-east of Austria is full of lonely waterways that stretch all the way to Hungary. For almost twenty dreamy kilometers the rivers Feistritz and Lafnitz run through beaver areas, river meadows and past remote sandbanks.View more
The Gail is known for its crystal clear and cool water. If you want to avoid the whitewater on this river, the best thing to do is paddle its last thirteen kilometers to where it flows into the Drave, enjoying various minor challenges and a great view of the Karawanken mountains.View more
At the interface between the region of southern Carinthia and the Lavanttal valley, the Drave offers extraordinary SUP experiences in largely untouched nature. During a bank cleaning you get to know many hidden places of power away from the river's main stream.View more
Adventurous weir transfers and easy whitewater paired with partly deserted river sections - the Mur river between Graz and the Slovenian border has all this and so much more to offer. With enough time and perseverance, you can paddle yourself away from daily stressors while challanging personal limits.View more
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