Where we play is just as important as what we teach, and we are lucky to be at the edge of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast – the only coastal National Park in the UK.
The Atlantic coastlines pictured in the maps below are affected by up to 7 meter high ranges in the tide and at times swells in excess of 10ft. For that reason we strongly recommend only visiting these areas under the supervision of experienced guides to ensure your safety and to protect the incredibly diverse marine life.
There are so many fantastic features to take advantage of while we engage with people in our dynamic adventure playground. The sea and the coast gives us the best possible classroom to have real adventures with our customers, and for valuable conversations to take place.
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Initiation Slabs to The Stream
This section of our adventure playground is rich with intricate caves, jumps and our well established features:
The Big Cheese
This route is perfect for our high tide adventures.
The Stream to Craters
Set off from Dam Busters and The Big Cheese to reach the Craters while experiencing a diverse coastline to explore:
Sharks Fin Soup
Our Stream to Craters route is amazing in any weather.
Craters and beyond
This stretch of coastline offers big jumps, amazing caves and advanced climbing and diving opportunities:
Slot ‘n’ Drop
The Ski Jump
Blue Peter Wall
The Land That Time Forgot
We love using this route at low tide.
Call 01437 721611 and talk to the team to discuss options to suit you or your group.