Generally yes, because you get wet anyway. But lets put the joke aside. There are more factors to consider, such as:

How much water can the canyon take?
How big is the surface or rather how is the consistency of the soil?
(karstified or soft alpine pasture)?
Does the canyon have forced passages/emergency escape?

These are things your guide should consider before planing anyways. You are also welcome to inquire about it with your provider.
There are also canyons with water intakes on the upper length, which means they still  can be used even after a few days of raing without any problems. Some providers sell canyoning as an alternative holiday activity when the weather is bad on vaccations. We don’t really share this opinion, as the sun affects the mood in a more positive way, you get warmer and the sun actually rises the fun factor.

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Because canyoing consists of several „disciplines“ (roping, climbing, jumping, sliding, swimming) this question is really subjectiv. As people that are keen on sports have different preferences, this can vary highly. We have seen many tours throughout Europe and definitely have to say, none of them were bad. Which one of them is the „best“ or the „prettiest“ tour, depends on your preferences, the tour planning and the guiding of your personal guides. If there would be a list of the „Top 10 CANYONS of Europe“, there would probably be 2 for Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France and Spain. On our page you can find a selection of professional canyoning providers throughout Austria, just choose the region, the provider and let’s get started.
to the provider side

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