Tuscany today counts about twenty equipped canyons, mostly concentrated in the north of the region, from Calvana to Lunigiana, affecting the Tuscan side of the Apennines and the Apuan Alps (both on the sea-side and inside), reaching south to Mount Amiata. The different geological formations determine very different paths in terms of length, height and difficulty.

The most famous and most popular routes are:

  • Rio Selvano or Pilli, town of Fabbriche di Vergemoli (LU)
  • Turrite di San Rocco stream, town of Fabbriche di Vergemoli (LU)
  • Levigliese stream, municipality of Fabbriche di Vergemoli (LU)
  • Pendolina stream, municipality of Fabbriche di Vergemoli (LU)
  • Botri canyon, municipality of Bagni di Lucca (LU) *
  • Ania stream, municipality of Coreglia Antelminelli (LU)
  • Apraia stream town of Careggine (LU)
  • Serchio di Gramolazzo, municipality of Minucciano (LU)
  • Marmitte dei giganti, ( Fatonero and Angullaja streams), municipality of Stazzema (LU)
  • Rio Lombricese, municipality of Camaiore (LU)
  • Torrente Serra, municipality of Serravezza (LU)
  • Gordana Gorges, municipality of Pontremoli (MS)
  • Acquetta stream, town of Bagnone (MS)
  • Re di Valle creek, municipality of Bagnone (MS)
  • Canal Pianone, loc. Resceto, municipality of Massa (MS)
  • Rio Buti, municipality of Vaiano (PO)
  • Cigno Bianco, municipality of Vaiano (PO)

* Access to the area is regulated and performed by the CFS Lucca