Coasteering (Age 12+)

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  • 3 hrs

  • Up to 10 people
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    Holyhead, GB

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    Group discount available

  • Description

    Experience the stunning coastal scenery of North Wales with Anglesey Outdoors' thrilling Coasteering adventure. This 3-hour activity is perfect for thrill-seekers aged 12 and up who want to explore the sea cliffs, jumping into the water, scrambling over rocks and swimming across zawns (gaps in the cliff).

    There's also an opportunity to discover secret caves, get caught up in waves and have a tonne of fun!

    With safety at top priority, this coasteering excursion is supervised by experienced professionals for your peace of mind.

    Outdoor activities are weather dependent so for safety reasons, we may have to reschedule the activity or arrange an alternative venue. When this is necessary we will contact you on the contact number provided.

    It is possible for under 16's to take part in an activity without an adult taking part, however there must be a responsible adult in the area for the duration of the session.

    Don't miss out - book now for an unforgettable experience along North Wales' spectacular coastlines!

    Please Note:

    In Low Season the minimum number of participants for a session to run is 3


    Minimum Age 12 years

    Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult

    Please complete the following declarations where applicable:

    What to bring


    We will provide you with a winter wetsuit to keep you warm, a buoyancy aid and helmet.

    You would need to bring:

    - Shoes. These will obviously get wet. They need to be stiff soled and you need to be able to swim in them without them coming off! Stiff soles are really important as the sea cliffs are knobbly and you don’t want to feel all the knobbles through the sole of your shoe, so it needs to be robust. Jelly shoes, pumps, wetsuit boots and other floppy shoes are not suitable at all. Astroturf shoes are really slippery on wet rock so avoid them too. Your best bet is a good robust trainer shoe.

    - Long socks, the wetsuits will come down to your ankles, and there will usually be a gap between your shoe and the wetsuit, leaving ankles exposed. So you need to wear a long pair of socks to cover this area.

    - Baggy shorts to cover the wetsuit. You might look a bit like superman but when people move about with their bum on the rough rocks, our wetsuits get trashed, so we cover this area with shorts to save the kit. So don’t wear your very best ones.We have some if you're stuck.

    - Swimsuit. Wetsuits are worn next to skin, and definitely work best like this. You should only wear your swimming costume underneath, be it trunks, bikini or swimming costume. (Baggy shorts under a wetsuit aren’t ideal)

    - Towel. If we go local, you’ll need this once you’ve showered. If we travel in the car you’ll need a towel to get changed at the end. For outdoor changing bigger towels are better to cover up with.

    - Spare clothes for afterwards (if you arrive in swimming costumes, underwear etc).

    - Sun cream and any medication you would usually carry.


    Arrive at Anglesey Outdoors. Complete Medical Forms

    Get Kitted up in 5mm winter weight wetsuits, buoyancy aids and Helmets.

    Short walk (10mins) to the coasteering venue

    Make your way around the sea cliffs, jumping into the water, scrambling about on the rocks, swimming across zawns (gaps in the cliff), exploring sea caves, getting swirled about in waves.

    Return to the Centre

    Shower, change

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