On site at the pier:

  • picnic tables,
  • parking, toilets and showers,
  • cold drinks and ice creams at reception
  • campsite * * *

The “Material”:

  • state-of-the-art equipment for 2 or 3-seater canoes,
  • Stable, unsinkable and self-bailing single-seater kayaks will give you more sensations!
  • professional and recent equipment meeting CE standards.
  • high-end vests, checked and disinfected every day.




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Terms :

  • Starting from 7 years old,
  • knowing how to swim, and knowing how to immerse yourself IMPERATIVE! Capsizing is possible! You will get wet! (Prerequisites: Swim 25m and know how to submerge).
  • wear closed tennis-type shoes.
  • Covid episode requires, bring masks for the bus shuttles.

ARIEGE EVASION practical :

We have more than 200 boats (canoes for 2 or 3 people, single kayaks, mini-kayaks), only state-of-the-art equipment with vests, waterproof containers and suitable paddles.

Practical guides are distributed to you before your departure in 4 languages.

Remember to book by phone at


Outfit : Equipment :

In summer, shorts and a T.shirt are sufficient.

Bring a windbreaker for the pre-season.

Wearing closed shoes (sneakers, slippers, etc.) is obligatory (ministerial decree of May 4, 1995).

You can also rent wetsuits and neoprene slippers. (ask at reception)

Change of belongings for arrival

1 first aid kit for the group

Sun protection (hat or cap, T.Shirt, cream)

Glasses (+1 cord to attach them, possible purchase on site)

Picnic or packed lunch on request

Water (minimum 1 liter per person)

Bath towel


We do not recommend taking valuable items with you (camcorder, camera, etc.). The tightness of containers cannot be completely guaranteed.

ARIEGE EVASION cannot be held responsible for the total or partial destruction or loss of objects and personal belongings transported in containers.


You will cross protected sites, respect the fauna and flora (fires prohibited):

  • Do not approach nesting areas.
  • Bring your trash back to arrival where it will be taken care of.
  • Respect local residents and other users of the site (fishermen, hikers, swimmers, etc.).



Have a good descent!

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