Paul James, MIC - - Winter and Rock Climbing Conditions

Sunday, 15 August 2010

15-08-10, Porth Dafarch - Coasteering

Today I have been Coasteering at Porth Dafarch. Tom, Tom and James have just graduated from Nottingham Uni and are having a holiday in North Wales and fancied doing something fun and adventurous. The sun was out, the sea was slight, conditions were great for climbing up, down and across the sea cliffs inter-tidal zone. We found several jumps into deep water, and ventured our way into some of the deep cut rifts. The lads thoroughly enjoyed themselves and came to the conclusion that it was a far better activity than the tree top adventure they did the day before.

Coasteering is a great natural, fun, exciting, adventurous way to discover the coastline. There is plenty of opportunity to jump, climb, swim and see the great architecture of the rock up and close which is hard to see from a far.

If you fancy getting a group together and going coasteering, in a safe environment with safety kit and instruction included, then visit to book.

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