Due to the drought, rafting companies are facing an unprecedented situation

Due to the drought, rafting companies are facing an unprecedented situation

This summer season is like no other for rafting companies.

Drought It causes damage in all activities including the marine sector. While the Arv Valley was relatively spared, the Chamonix Valley’s glaciers melted, while the Green Valley and Gifre were not.

In Verchaix, a neighboring town of Samoans, Frank Boseboss Raft RidersThe summer of 2022 has an unprecedented impact on its operations. Even the heat wave of 2003 did not cause such a situation for its company.

ITG Franck Bosse 1 – Drought Samoëns (37”)

The lack of water forced Frank Boss to reduce his activity: instead of three daily trips, Frank Boss only offers one.

ITG Franck Bosse 3 – Samoens Drought (30″)

Also, Frank Boss cannot carry as many passengers on his boats as usual. This worsens the profitability of his business.

ITG Franck Bosse 2 – Drought Samoëns (29”)

Frank Bose has yet to make his summer balance sheet.

Haute-Savoie was not the only one affected by this phenomenon.

This Tuesday, in France, 78 sectors are under critical condition, 12 are on high alert, 3 are on alert.



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