Join us for a guided sea kayak adventure, exploring the iconic venues of the North Wales coastline.
This is the perfect week for the confident moderate-water sea kayaker.
Venue: Anglesey North Wales
Duration: 5 days
Coach: Student ratio: 1: 4
Course Fee: £295
2021 Course Dates:
12-16 July – SPACES
9-13 August – SPACES
OUR COVID GUARANTEE
Book any course with us, confident that we will provide a 100% course fee refund, at any time and in all circumstances.
If you’re unable to attend for any reason, or if we are required to postpone a course, we will return your course fee in full.
North Wales is famous for its world-class sea kayaking: a ragged coastline on the western edge of northern Europe, with isolated islands, wild headlands and exposed beaches. The quality of the paddling is unforgettable.
Impressive tidal streams in the Irish Sea create a tide race playground, and guaranteed adventures for the capable sea kayaker. This week is ideal for anyone confident in moderate sea conditions.
Anglesey: Penrhyn Mawr, The Stacks, The Skerries, Anglesey North Coast
Llyn Peninsula: Bardsey Island, North Coast, Hell’s Mouth
This guided experience explores the classic sea kayaking destinations of the North Wales coastline, offering an unforgettable encounter and a fantastic paddling adventure.
5 full sea kayaking days, according to conditions. Example days include:
Holy Island adventure day:
Three tide races in one day on Anglesey’s west coast – rough water, surfable waves, cliffs, caves, dramatic coastlines at Penrhyn Mawr, South Stack & North Stack
Skerries adventure day:
Depart Cemlyn, Anglesey north coast via Harry Furlong’s tide race – 3-mile paddle to Skerries islands (1.5 miles offshore) – tide races, rock gardens: return to Carmel Head, Anglesey – more tide races, cliffs, caves – paddle back to Cemlyn
Bardsey Island adventure day:
Offshore island paddling, historical Celtic legends, tide races, cliffs, isolated atmosphere
Menai Strait adventure day:
8-knot tide races between the historic bridges, fast water, surf waves, eddy lines – with possible surf at Newborough and wildlife viewing at Puffin Island.