Monday, 14 July 2014

A New Angle on the Wales Coast Path

One of the features of the Wales Coast Path (WCP) is the incredible variety of things that one can experience as you progress along it. History, wildlife, geology, people, culture and language all spring to mind. Another aspect relates to the sea, such as rib-rides, boat trips in the Menai Strait, or journeys to Bardsey Island. But, if you really want to experience the sea and its interface with the land, then there is no better way of doing this than through the new sport of coasteering. This was originally pioneered in Pembrokeshire, but it is now plentiful in North Wales and it is offered from the Porth y Swnt Centre in Aberdaron, and from several places on Anglesey. Not only that, but it has now been announced that a Welsh company; Outdoor Active, has been awarded the contract for delivering the Anglesey Council coasteering sessions for 2014. So, it's time to book your FREE coasteering session worth £40 per person!

Below is the link to the web page with the details of how to book a session over this summer. Please follow the instructions and contact them with your preferred dates. They will reply to all messages, but please be patient as demand for these sessions is high and admin time is limited!

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