Translation of whitewater in Spanish:


aguas rápidas, n.

(white water)

Pronunciation /ˈwʌɪtˌwɔːtə//(h)waɪtˈwɔdər/


  • 1

    aguas rápidas feminine
    whitewater canoeing piragüismo en aguas rápidas masculine
    • In Scotland, you can have an activity holiday: you can walk, climb, sail, go white-water rafting; or you can go for the tranquil option in a remote glen or the city break with the pubs, clubs and restaurants.
    • This year's tour takes in both North and South islands, opening up superb holiday opportunities - everything from skiing and white-water rafting to wine tasting.
    • In summer, it's crammed with outdoorsy types, lured by the fishing, horse-riding, canoeing, quad-biking, white-water rafting and the 200 miles of marked walking trails.
    • I head down into the Colorado river to Mohab, where there are so many outdoor activities - hundreds of routes for mountain bikers, walking and white-water rafting.
    • Even in her later years, she enjoyed physical challenges, such as white-water rafting on the Colorado River, ballooning in Namibia and skidooing in Iceland.
    • Boating, fishing, swimming, and white-water rafting are all popular activities.
    • The steep hills and valleys also offer superb rivers for white-water rafting.
    • The First Minister's keynote address made a determined attempt to set a clearer course for his government in a political maelstrom he compared with exciting, but hazardous, white-water rafting.
    • Flight From Deathrow is a high-energy stream-of-consciousness trip through white-water rapids.
    • They can go white-water rafting and swimming, and Youth in Action days teach orienteering, map-reading, team-building and first aid.
    • They are walking in the hills of Calabria, white-water rafting in the Pyrenees, cycling in Catalonia, visiting sherry bodegas in Jerez, or touring the beautiful Castilian cities of Toledo, Segovia and Avila.
    • The medical and personal provisions are similar to to Direct Line's, but 130 high-risk pursuits, such as white-water rafting, are included within the standard cover.
    • An Australian backpacker is not going to relish a guided tour of central Sofia but will definitely get into white-water rafting or bungee jumping in the Rila Mountains.
    • Also, check that your policy covers you for any unusual or dangerous activities - white-water rafting comes to mind, but the policy might well exclude something you had not imagined might be a problem.
    • It is a land of contrasts - the lowland jungle, mountains five kilometres high, white-water rivers and huge meandering waterways snaking their way to the ocean.
    • Mountain biking, rock climbing, white-water rafting, and 4WD touring are other possibilities that require more specialized gear and technical skills.
    • I'm told that the Orchy is also the most thrilling river in Britain for white-water rafting.
    • The Kilgarvan development is one of many such small hydro schemes proposed for Irish white-water rivers.
    • She got into white-water rafting when she was 16; her high school's outdoor education course included a scholarship as a guide with a Rangitata rafting company.
    • Fly-fishing and white-water rafting disrupted the sensitive Harlequin duck breeding grounds, thus permanently closing the river to human use.