The canyons of the Tine (on the Sarine river) and the Torneresse (in the Pissot gorges) offer magnificent courses with water movements, jumps and natural slides. They are not equipped and do not require a rope. They are accessible to all experienced people.
For water hiking enthusiasts wishing to be accompanied, you can contact Rivières et Aventures and Guide Concept.
In the Pays-d'Enhaut there are also 3 fully equipped canyons, of good quality and listed in the list of canyons in Switzerland: the Leyvra canyon and the Tenasses canyon in the heights of Château-d'Oex, the Ramaclé canyon near the river.
These canyons are very easily accessible, with parking spaces not far from the departures and approach steps not too difficult. They are accessible to anyone with the right equipment and experience. They are canyons requiring equipment and ropes, unlike the Tine and Torneresse. Adepts must first find out about the water flow and weather conditions.
Do not hesitate to contact Rivières Aventures and Guide Concept to guide you!
For novices wishing to handle ropes and discover little-explored viewpoints of the Pays-d'Enhaut, you can contact Rivières Aventures and Guide Concept to guide you.