Coasteering at Croyde Bay
What is coasteering?
No matter who you are or which walk of life you’re from, coasteering North Devon is an amazing experience you’ll never forget. Coasteering is a mix of scrambling up and down the rock face of the beautiful North Devon coast and leaping into the sea from various heights. We use Coasteering areas at Croyde, Ilfracombe and all around North Devon
How do your coasteering sessions work?
Each session lasts around 3 hours, including time to get kitted and ready for action. All of our sessions can be adapted to suit the needs of your group. All you need is the ability to swim and a basic level of confidence in the water. You’ll be provided with a wetsuit, a buoyancy-aid and a water-sports helmet and will be accompanied by an experienced instructor through your whole adventure.
Safety is paramount to everything we do. We comply with the latest national coasteering guidelines and work with small instructor-to-pupil ratios.
What do I need to bring with me?
All you need to bring is your swimwear, suitable or stout footwear that you’re happy to get wet, board shorts to wear over your wetsuit, a towel and (most important of all) bucket loads of energy.
Who can go coasteering?
The minimum age is 8 years.
Where do your coasteering sessions take place?
We operate from the headland at Baggy Point. All of our instructors know this area of the coastline inside out which not only keeps you safe but also guarantees you’ll experience the best wave surges around.
- £35 per person per session
- All equipment provided