Where can you go coasteering in the UK?

Where can you go coasteering in the UK?

11 coasteering spots in the UK that will take your breath away

  • Abereiddy Bay, Pembrokeshire.
  • Greve De Lecq, Jersey.
  • St Noni Bay, Pembrokeshire.
  • Hoy Island, Anglesey.
  • Ballintoy, North Antrim Coast NI.
  • St Bees to Fleswick Bay, Cumbria.
  • Horwick, Northumberland.
  • Three Cliffs Bay, Gower.

What do you need for coasteering?

What do I need to go coasteering? The main pieces of safety equipment are a helmet, a buoyancy aid and a wetsuit. You’ll need some old shorts to go over your wetsuit, and a pair of old trainers to protect your feet. Most coasteering centres will provide you with the wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet.

What is coasteering Wales?

What is Coasteering… Coasteering is climbing, scrambling, swimming, jumping and exploring your way around the sea cliffs of Anglesey, North Wales. We offer adventure activity courses with your own personal experienced and qualified instructor, meaning we don’t mix groups.

What are the best places for coasteering?

12 best coasteering spots for those seeking adventure

  • Baggy Point, Croyde Bay, North Devon.
  • St Noni Bay, Pembrokeshire.
  • Abereiddy Bay, Pembrokeshire.
  • St Bees to Fleswick Bay, Cumbria.
  • Greve De Lecq, Jersey.
  • Dancing Ledges, Dorset.
  • Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, near Swansea.
  • Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Where is the best place to coasteering in the UK?

One of the UK’s best coasteering locations, South Devon has everything you need for an unforgettable day exploring the coastline. From glorious sandy coves to rocky cliffs, our South Devon coasteering days are packed with adrenaline-fuelled fun. Available from two stunning locations, we have coasteering suitable for all abilities and ages over six.

Where to go Coasteering in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset?

Go Coasteering was formed out of a love for adventure, the sea and the South West. Join us at one of our locations in North or South Devon, Cornwall or Dorset. Our most popular routes are accessible from Exeter, Torquay, Plymouth, Bude, Polzeath, Croyde and Newquay.

How does coasteering work in the south west?

Coasteering is a true adventure sport. It involves swimming, climbing, scrambling, jumping, exploring, caving and lots more. Explore the South West’s coastline in the most exciting way possible. Experience this amazing activity with us – we wrote the guidebook – SW Coasteering Guide

Where to get changed for a coasteering trip?

Meet at Swanage Pier (Pierhead Watersports) to get changed into wetsuits. Then head out for an epic private power boat trip around the stunning Jurassic Coast to your coasteering location – Dancing Ledge.