The range of coasteering in Cornwall is huge and we have spent years developing our routes along the North and South Cornish Coast. Big imposing Cornish granite cliffs, huge caves, sea arches and some of the best jumps around.
Bude - Tintagel
We have a variety of exciting trips within 20 mins of Bude. We have caves, wildlife and some of the best jumps in North Cornwall. Bude has a good night life which attracts stag and hens as well as great beaches for families on holiday. Our most popular trip runs from the mystical village of Tintagel home of Camelot. For the brave we have The Sore Saddle Challenge Route which is unique to us and runs from Bossiney Haven.
Polzeath - Padstow
The coastline around Port Gaverne and Port Quin has some excellent coasteering trips for all ability's. It's rugged and chock full of caves and jumps. We have put together several routes in the area all of which are a short drive from Polzeath, Wadebridge and Padstow.
Newquay - Pentire - Porth
Newquay is the epicentre for stag and hen groups in North Cornwall. It is also home to some fantastic coasteering whatever the conditions. We have tailored routes from Pentire, Porth and a little further afield at Porthcothan. There is an overwhelming amount of providers in the area but we believe we offer more.
Bespoke routes not just copy and paste
Expert guides who are trained to guide anywhere
More guides per clients so no waiting around
The Lizard - Cornwall
The Lizard and surrounding area are unique as there is always some shelter to be had on those extra rough days. The trips range from the sheltered coves of Rinsey to exposed high cliffs of Church Cove and Kynance Cove. A lot of the sites are popular with walkers and sightseers but we give you the opportunity to get a unique view of some of Britain’s most stunning coastline as well as the adventure and adrenaline that comes with it.
St Ives - Lands End - Porthcurno
The coastline around Lands End is outstanding for its scenery but it also offers some brilliant coasteering adventures. Steep rugged cliffs, jumps and caves are only a short drive from popular beaches like St Ives and Porthcurno and coasteering is a great way to avoid the crowds.
Mevagissey - The Roseland
South Cornwall and The Roseland Peninsular is home to some exciting coasteering trips. Only a short drive from St Austell or Mevagissey we have a Headland adventure with big jumps, great climbing and plenty of seals and wildlife. After something more sedate then get in touch about our routes nearer to Falmouth.
Cawsands - Rame Head
Cawsands is a beautiful beach with a great cafe and bar. Our routes run from the beach or for a bit more of a challenge we get take you around the impressive Rame Head. Ideal for those groups staying in Plymouth or Looe.