Caving in the Dent de Crolles: The Elisabeth waterfall
Duration : 1 day
France, Northern Alps
Level : from 15 years old
from 85 € / p. from 1 to 6 personsInfos & Booking
In the centre of a vast hall inside the Dent de Crolles, the Elisabeth waterfall has been enthroned undivided for centuries. It pours out the waters of the Guiers Mort, visible from outside.
But the waterfall is not easily approached: it asks its suitors to overcome the labyrinth and its maze of confusing galleries. At the end of this challenge, a final abseiling descent allows to reach the objective: the cascade waterfall.
This round trip taking place in Isère, in the Chartreuse massif, is a sporty, intense and playful route that ends with a vertiginous finish over the immense Hurricane hall.
A caving trip? More than that: a must!
- Approch walk: 1 hour.
- Return walk: 1 hour.
- Duration: about 5 to 6 hours.
- Distance: 1,2km.
- Pits: 3.
- Descending: 2.
- Ascending: 1.
The price includes
- Supervision by the caving instructor.
- Caving equipment.
The price does not include
- Personal belongings.
- Anything not mentioned in "The price includes".
No scheduled departure, but you can contact me to book your dates.Infos & Booking