Paddle along a border
Canoeing on the Sûre
A canoe and raft trip down the Sûre is a great way to encourage team building in various disciplines – it can be combined with a mountainbike trip, for example. The river forms a natural border with Germany, flowing gently down to the Moselle from the forested hills of the Ardennes through a valley flanked by woods and meadows.
Canoe trips of between 12 km (pre-season) and 14 km (high season) can be booked. They should take the average paddler between two and a half and three hours – there are plenty of opportunities to stop off and relax on the way. Each canoe can take two adults, and the organisers can cater for small or large groups. A combined canoe-mountain bike trip offers participants the opportunity of cycling back up river to the departure point. A stop-off in the charming town of Echternach is also recommended.