Esera River rises in the Aragonese Pyrenees, Benasque Valley, and it is the result of melting and several streams. It is a tributary of the Cinca and in turn receives water from Isabéna. It is a river in which adventure sports because usually fast. You have some photos as it passes through Benasque, which may be one of the quieter spots, but this time the continuous rains and precipitation made its flow greater than usual at this time.
The previous weekend we were doing canoeing down the River Sella. At first we had objections due to time, and then we were really daring, they let us wear wetsuits so we wouldn't be too cold and we enjoyed it all.
Bachelor went to Cangas de Onis, there were 14 of us. We started canoing down the Sella. We laughed a lot, the river was full and the canoes were going well, it wasn´t difficult ot row. We then went for a quad ride in the Picos de Europa and we laughed a lot, took some pictures that stood out. The next day we woke up early to go paintballing, a highly recommended activity, we released plenty of adrenline. We left horse riding, 4x4 and rafting for our next visit. Instructors were great and we did had a great time with the activities. Next time.