Rafting-Tour on the Ruhr
Book a tour on the Ruhr in a raft for 6 to 10 people.
The fast-paced tour starts in Hattingen and ends in Bochum-Dahlhausen. You need about 2 - 2.5 hours for this tour. It is a bronze track, which is particularly suitable for beginners and connoisseurs. True to our canoe philosophy we offer you transparent prices, boats from German manufacturers as well as a good all-round service.
- 1 raft for up to 10 persons
- Paddle and life jackets
- Water map and tips
- Dry container
- Luggage transport to the destination
Meeting PointRuhrdeich 4, 45525 Hattingen
Start TimeDaily at 10:00
Duration2 to 2,5 Hours
You can book the boat directly online. Find the right tour for you, find your desired date and book your Canoeing experience. You can view all information about the tour directly online. In addition, you will also receive a personal information about the tour.
The tour starts above the Hattinger Weir on a quiet stretch so you can start paddling and get to know the boat. Then it goes along the longest boat chute of the Ruhr where there are smaller whirlpools and two rapids. Along the beautiful Ruhr arch there are some water buffaloes to be seen with a little luck. At the Castle Isenberg, the Hattinger torrent awaits you. You can take it through the middle or on the side. So there is a bit of action here and maybe some water in the boat! After the beautiful Hattinger gush it will be contemplative again. Let yourself drift and enjoy the peace. On the lake-like section in front of the weir in Bochum-Dahlhausen you can take it easy.
We use boats for up to 10 people. This size is good for a group to handle, even without extra guide. So you can plunge yourself into your adventure after a short briefing. The high-quality rafts made by Spreu in Wuppertal are designed for use in whitewater. So you don't have to worry if you ever touch a stone. The boats are almost non-capsizable on this river section.
Only the boat transport is included in this tour. Each paddler must organise the transport of passengers themselves.