Rafting Base H2o - Landy - By Flyprod

Le Centre H2o est implanté sur les bords de la rivière de référence des sports d’eaux-vives en France. La haute-isère nous garantit des niveaux d’eau idéaux tous les ans 1er Mai au 30 septembre.

Professionnel reconnu depuis 1991, H2o vous reçoit depuis 2006 sur son centre sportif écologique de grand confort. Terrasses privatisées pour vos évènements, restaurant, brasserie, activités sportive, espaces détentes, sanitaires, aires de pique nique, douches chaudes, salle de réunion, accueil, espace affaire, wifi… un vrai concept novateur dans le monde des activités de plein air.

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Copyright: Flyprod.Aerial Franck Marchand Maillet
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 09/09/2009
Uploaded: 01/08/2011
Updated: 24/10/2011


Tags: rafting; base; hydrosspeed; flyprod; savoie; france; aerial; aerienne; drone; uas; rc; electrique; ecologique
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