Rock Climbing has really exploded in popularity in recent years with thousands of people enjoying this fantastic extreme sport which gets you out in the great outdoors. Outdoor Rock Climbing is a very rewarding activity; it is both physically and technically challenging and is also great fun. Our one day Introduction to Rock Climbing is a fantastic way in to the sport, under the watchful eye of your fully qualified instructor you will learn the basic principles of rock climbing such as planning a route, hand holds,... read more
Adventure enthusiasts are always on a look out for a sport that can satisfy their quest for fun and enjoyment. If you are true adventure enthusiast, then Wales is an ultimate destination for you. Wales is popular for all kind of adventure sports and the one sport that is really thrilling is Quad Biking. It is a very popular activity and attracts tourists from all across the globe.
About Quad Bike : A Quad Bike is basically a vehicle that is designed to let your travel through rugged terrains and experience this th... read more
Canyoning is a white water ride through gorges that involves running down wet slabs of rock, big jumps into pools of water, scrambling up rocks and swimming through rapids. A half days canyoning is a lot of fun! Canyoning is usually done in areas of extraordinary natural beauty and provides a unique and challenging experience. Highly recommended.
Restrictions : Age Restrictions: Minimum age is 12 Weight Restrictions: Maximum Weight is 18 st Height Restrictions: Minimum Height is 5ft You need to have a reasonable l... read more
Wales is a mountainous country that is a part of the United Kingdom, which is bordered by England on its east and on the west by Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Wales is a perfect place for many types of adventurous activities. Indoor climbing in Wales is a fun sport that has attracted the attention of many people. Wales is an ideal destination to enjoy this fascinating experience of Indoor climbing, which is an adventurous activity suitable for people of all age groups.
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Just off the M4 near Neath in South Wales is the site of the beautiful Aberdulais Falls. The gorge in which the river runs was formed by glaciers during the last ice age. Huge sink holes formed by water flowing beneath the glacier can still be clearly seen. The falls also represent one of the oldest industrial sites in Britain. Corn milling, dying of wool, copper smelting and tin plate making have all been carried on here over the centuries. The gorge and the falls have been altered considerably by all this activit... read more
Located at the head of a pretty, steep-sided valley, the spectacular 100 foot Aber Falls can only be approached on foot. The river rises high in the Carneddau mountains, and is claimed to be one of the steepest from source to mouth in England and Wales. The walk passes through Coedydd Aber, a National Nature Reserve, and it is a beautiful walk at any time of year, but the falls are at their most impressive after torrential rain. The nearest car park is in the lane south of Abergwyngregyn.
Wales, a part of the United Kingdom, is a mountainous country which is encircled by England to its east and on the west by Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Wales is the ultimate destination for Sea Cliff Climbing. Climbing on the rocks with the sea beneath you is an experience that can never be washed out from your memory. Of course it is a very challenging sport and one need not be scared of heights and water.
Sea Cliff Climbing :
An Exciting Sport : For all those who are sea cliff climbing enthusiasts, you nee... read more
The stunning Aberdaron Beach is located alongside Aberdaron, a tiny coastal town in Gwynedd, North Wales, United Kingdom. For experiencing the spectacle of dazzling sunsets and panoramic sight of the shoreline, Aberdaron Beach is the definitive exotic destination. Surrounded by the scenic village of Aberdaron (meaning the Mouth of the river Oak), located approximately 1.5 miles away, visitors can find easy access to shops, pubs, cafes and bakery within walking distance of the enticing beach. A captivating backdrop ... read more
Aberystwyth is a sea side resort along Ceredigion coast situated in mid Wales. It is also famous for its university, where thousands of students come for pursuing their studies. The chief attractions of Aberystwyth are the electric cliff railway and the Victorian camera obscura. The beach of Aberystwyth is always full of young people mainly students. One can enjoy the delicious local food in various restaurants and bars lining the beach. Aberystwyth: Details Aberystwyth is a very important place in Europe including... read more
Criccieth is a small town that is 5miles west from the city of Porthmadog in Gwynedd, Wales. Criccieth is a quiet place and is an ideal destination for those who want to spend their vacations far away from the hustle & bustle of city life. It is a good place for enjoying a warm sun bath on the vast stretch of sand. The place has various hotels that offer a comfortable stay at reasonable prices. One can also enjoy the delicious food available in various restaurants that line the beach. Location Criccieth is parts of... read more
Dale beach is located 14miles west of the city of Haverfordwest in West Wales. Behind the Dale beach is the small village of Dale, which remains crowded with travelers in seasons. Earlier, the village of Dale was also known as the smugglers village. The sea is much lighter on the eastern shore of dale beach, which makes it an ideal destination for water sports lovers. One can also get tuition for learning the water sports activities like windsurfing, yachting, swimming etc. Porth Clias is one of the most exquisite ... read more