This amazing rock at Baggy Point near Croyde is named Long Rock. It is 45 meter face and a climber's delight. On this photo you need a magnifying glass to see Will.
North Devon has some incredible coastline and Spekes Mills has it all! Brilliant for climbing, canyoning, abseiling and surfing. Look carefully and you can just see Will.
I recently enjoyed a family holiday in Austria. Snow on the first day and then beautiful blue sky for the rest of the week. Really enjoy skiing but nothing quite matches the surf of North Devon.
A recent article in the Daily Telegraph outlined how riding the waves quells anxiety. So powerful are the benefits that some doctors in Devon and Cornwall are prescribing surfing for anxiety. The US navy has launched a 1 million dollar initiative to help wounded US...
Coasteering – the act of climbing up steep cliffs to leap into the depths of the water – is fast becoming a popular adventure activity across the UK. The adrenaline-pumping activity has the daring among us searching for more and more opportunities to challenge...
We recently spent a week with the kids on holiday in North Devon. The highlight was booking a coasteering session with Coastline Sports. We met in the National Trust car park on Baggy Point near Croyde. All we needed to bring were a pair of old trainers. Coastline...
Some Atlantic energy has been hitting North Devon recently, the waves really add another element of fun to our coasteering route!
The annual football match between Surf South West and The RNLI took place this week at Georgeham. The RNLI team beat Surf South West 7:1! All money raised went to the Wave Project Charity. This is a picture of me and my friend Mark. Unfortunately, we were on the...
T The summer is now in full swing! The sea temperature near Croyde has hit a respectable 17C and the sun is glorious. Here Jack is on one of our Baggy Point coasteering sessions, jumping from the blue, into the blue.
Coasteering has four main elements: scrambling, swimming, jumping and traversing. Here we are traversing along the Baggy Point headland about 15ft above the waves. A great way to get the adrenaline pumping!
It's that time of year when the Moon Jellyfish make their appearance on our North Devon beaches and our coasteering coastline. No need to worry though, they can’t sting!
When we think about the UK's coastal destinations, we often envisage sailing boats, paddling and picnics on cliff tops. But what if you crave that little bit of adventure when visiting the coast? What if you want to scramble, jump into the water and swim in the sea?...
Here at Coastline Sports we are just loving the long summer days. This shot was taken on a Coasteering session at 20:00 at Baggy Point, Croyde. We are running coasteering sessions all summer, multiple times a day, at any level to suit your coasteering needs.
Not everybody wants to jump in the sea! So if coasteering is not your cup of tea we are offering rock climbing sessions for all abilities throughout the summer. This picture was taken at Baggy Point near Croyde.
We offer bespoke sessions to suit the individual needs of your group. It might be that you are in need of three hours of adrenaline-pumping adventure, it might be that you are simply wanting to see the amazing North Devon coastline from a different viewing point, or...
Trying to find a little bit of shade one sunny spring day. Our paddleboard lessons are suitable for all levels of ability, from those who are complete beginners to those wanting to perfect their wave riding skills.
Everybody has their jump concentration face. John's was something else!
Making the most of a lovely sunny blip at Portland during February. The cliffs of Portland offer great sport climbing with varying climbs to suit all abilities.
Zac who is one of my coasteering instructors recently found a foam bath down at Baggy Point near Croyde Bay.
The amazing autumn weather continues. We enjoyed a busy day starting with a surf at Croyde, a coasteering group at Baggy Point then a surf to finish the afternoon at Putsborough. This picture was taken from Woolacombe as we relaxed with a beer. What a good day!