Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
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About Celtic Quest Coasteering
Often described as extreme rock pooling Coasteering involves exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in style. Scramble climbing, adventure swimming, cliff jumping and rock hopping to name but a few of the methods used to traverse the rocky shore. With a wealth of experience and oodles of enthusiasm, our guides can tailor the adventure to suit your expectations and abilities. All aspects of a session are optional, if you don't fancy the big jumps or rough water features, simply traverse or float around them. That said if you want to go big, we are more than happy to oblige!
WEATHER - All trips are weather dependant. Sea & weather conditions can sometimes dictate which venue is used. That said we do operate in the rain, you're going to get wet anyway!
DURATION - Half-Day (2-3 hrs in the water)
SPECTATORS - Spectators are welcome as there are sections of the adventure that can be seen from the coast path.
DRESS CODE - We will provide a winter steamer wetsuit, bouyancy aid, helmet and if its a bit chilly hood, gloves and socks.
You will need swimwear, a towel, an old pair of trainers (to get wet), a pair of old shorts (worn over the wetsuits), and warm clothes for when you dry off.
AVAILABILITY - Sessions run twice daily March-October. Booking is essential.
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