coasteering


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coasteering

(ˌkəʊˈstɪərɪŋ)
n
(Extreme Sports) the sport of following a coastline by swimming, climbing, diving, and walking while wearing a wetsuit, a life jacket, and a helmet
[C20: from coast + (mountain)eering]
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Guiding groups safely to the summits of the Welsh 3,000-ft peaks, we go coasteering and explore gorges, delivering adventure training in some of the most awesome and remote places in North Wales.
She starts off with a spot of coasteering - jumping off cliffs into the sea - even though Christine admits she's terrified of heights.
A MAN was airlifted to hospital after breaking his leg whilst coasteering in North Wales.
In addition to mountain-biking in Castlewellan Forest Park, the group went horse-riding in the Mournes and took part in coasteering and a sea safari at Castleward and Ballyhoran, before canoeing along Strangford Lough.
It's not all work and no play - make the most of your day off and try coasteering, kayaking, canoeing or mountain biking.
The group also offers a diverse range of trips throughout the year around the UK for people interested in water sports, like surfing or coasteering and other activities like mountain biking.
05pm Griff heads to the rugged cliffs of Pembrokeshire where he tries coasteering.
Charlotte Furness-Smith, 30, was swept off rocks while coasteering - scaling rocks then jumping into the sea.
Coasteering is an adventure activity that involves free climbing up and along a rock face and jumping into the water to swim.
Kayakers, surfers, divers and sailors will find plenty to love about Jersey's watersports scene, and adrenaline junkies will jump for a coasteering tour of the caves, cliffs and crags.
Invented in Wales, coasteering mixes swimming, climbing, diving, rock jumping and traversing along the dramatic coastline at sea level to create an adrenaline rushing experience.