WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
No previous experience required - enthusiasm is the key!
You need to be a swimmer
Coasteering is run between Easter and the end of September. If the sea state (swell) is too rough for coasteering, Sea Level Traversing can often be run as an alternative or Gorge Scrambling is sometimes offered.
WHAT IS PROVIDED
Instruction at a maximum ratio of 1 instructor :10 participants
Equipment to run the activity plus
Your Safety Equipment :
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING
Food and Water
Trainers - that you are happy to get wet
Dry set of clothes + towel
Swim wear + t-shirt to wear under wetsuit
WHAT PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS THOUGHT
“The coasteering was AMAZING thank you. We all had a great day and Liam and Lawrence were both fantastic.”
James Brittian, Canada
“Thanks a lot!!! The weekend was amazing! All of us were completely thrilled and would love to do it again some time. The instructions were easy to follow and great for us beginners:) Paul and Luke were really kind and it was great to see a bit more of Wales during the rides. A big thank you from all of us!!!”
Hanna Hautau, Au Pair Group
“Thanks for Saturday's sea-level traversing and coasteering. We all had a great time (even the hungover ones).”
WHAT IS COASTEERING?
Coasteering is an exciting journey along the coastline down at sea level. It involves scrambling along the cliffs, swimming in the sea, and jumping off rocks into the sea. Whilst on your coasteering journey you will be in a beautiful natural environment, up close and personal with the sea and if you are lucky perhaps a seal. Rock climbing and swimming are used as a way to discover the coastline. We use a variety of areas in Snowdonia and on Anglesey and the Lleyn peninsula all offering beautiful yet varied scenery. Each journey can be tailored to suit the level of your group. If the sea state is too rough for coasteering we can adapt easily and run a Sea Level Traverse as an exciting alternative.