Canadier & Bathing Fun Tour on the Kocher river
WELCOME TO THE CANADIER AND BATHING FUN TOUR ON THE KOCHER RIVER.
Here you can see the pictures from some years ago:
This canoe day tour will take us 20 km from Möglingen to Oedheim and we’ll have to cross 3 dams on our way in Kochersteinsfeld, Gochsen and Kochertürn. In order to cool down we can stop on our way and have a bath.
A life jacket per person will be provided and also a watertight barrel per boat for our backpacks.
We will be picked up in Oedheim at 9:30 by a bus that will take us to the starting point. We will arrive exactly at the same parking lot where we have left our cars. Please be on time. They are very strict and will not wait!!!
Event fee: 45 euros
Includes Kanadier for 2, 3 or 4 people. Preferably 3. Life vest. Transport to the starting point.
I will coordinate you and make the distribution of the boats unless you come with a group and you’d like to be together.
After the boat tour I would suggest to go to:
Ristorante Pizzeria Ankers
74206 Bad Wimpfen
They have good pizzas and a nice beergarden. See photo gallery!
HOW TO GET THERE AND WHERE TO MEET:
I have 4 seats to offer. 9 euros per person. Please contact me by private message, whatsapp or sms with your phone number. +491624533588
Oedheim, parking lot Kocherbrücke at 9:15
see map above
You can park your car directly at the meeting point which is a parking lot.
What to bring:
1. A smile
2. Snacks, food and abundant water (possibilities to buy food during the tour is uncertain)
3. Sporty outfit, adjusted to weather conditions, bathing suite, stable shoes that can get wet, hat
4. Sun lotion
I kindly request you to regularly check the comments at the bottom of this page.
Every participant is responsible for his/her safety and health for the entire duration of this event. Neither the organizer(s) nor the Rhein-Neckar Hiking & Outdoors Meetup Group will accept any liability for loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from participation in this event. There may be circumstances (e.g. bad weather, closed trails, misleading instructions, etc.) that make the activity slightly more difficult or longer than expected.