North Devon Coasteering

The North Devon coastline is rugged and adventurous. The regular swell provides some fantastic surfing as well as great coasteering. Our venues at Baggy Point, Lee bay and Ilfracombe are sheltered but still make use of the exciting conditions. All the following venues are an easy drive from Woolacombe, Croyde or Westward Ho.

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Baggy Point - Croyde

Baggy Point is hugely popular in the summer. It has sheltered gullies, jumps and an amazing cave to swim through.  We have been using this venue since 2008 and know it very well. We also run a challenge course which will take you on a crazy adventure around the entire point - The Baggy Bash

Hele Bay assessing the sea

Hele Bay - Ilfracombe

Hele Bay is a sheltered bay on the outskirts of Ilfracombe. We run a variety of routes here including The Rillage Rampage Challenge Route. We have designed routes to suit all types of groups and the site works in most conditions. It's close to the major North Devon towns and has a great cafe and pub by the beach

Portlock near Minehead

Minehead

The coast around Minehead is mostly long boulder strewn beaches but we have found one excellent spot for experienced groups. This venue is only suitable for adults and only when the sea conditions are right. Get in touch for more info

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Hele Bay assessing the sea
Portlock near Minehead

jumping in at Croyde
Hele Bay assessing the sea
Portlock near Minehead

jumping in at Croyde
Hele Bay assessing the sea
Portlock near Minehead
jumping in at Croyde
Hele Bay assessing the sea
Portlock near Minehead

jumping in at Croyde
Hele Bay assessing the sea
Portlock near Minehead