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Coasteering

50 Reviews
Includes
Safety instruction and equipment
Adrenaline fuelled cliff jumps & cave swimming
Incredible scenery
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Overview

This thrill-seeking adventure combines rock climbing, scrambling, swimming and cliff-jumping, as you explore otherwise inaccessible parts of the coastline, clambering across rocks, delving into caves and tunnels, and plunging into the white water. Kitted out in wetsuits, buoyancy vests and helmets, follow your expert instructor across the rugged terrain as you traverse the coast, taking on a variety of exhilarating challenges along the way, including a variety of nerve-jangling cliff jumps.

Details

Minimum People
6 (smaller groups prices will be based on the minimum)
Maximum People
24 (multiple sessions may be needed for larger groups)
Dress code
To bring
Sturdy footwear
Swimwear
Towel
Change of clothes
ID Required
Useful Info
The highest jump is around 6-7 metres
Adverse weather conditions can affect the running of this activity
Entry Times
to
Start Times
Start Times
Mon to Sun 9:30, 13:30.
Start Times
Mon to Sun
Allow
3.5 hours
Minimum Age
Minimum Height
Minimum Inside Leg
Maximum Height
Maximum Weight
Dates
Runs
1 Jan - 31 Dec

Reviews

4.8
From 50 Reviews
Good fun great hangover cure. Good guide / location.
Robert Reid
Best part of the stag do. What a great event.
Matt Hastings
5/5 all day long. Great members of the team, fantastic event. Can't speak highly enough
Simon Raine
Excellent in every way. Great instructor, fantastic venue, well pitched so that all abilities could take part and enjoy. The best part of the weekend by far. Only recommendation would be that they have more sets of gloves without holes in them!
James Jones
Disappointed that the location was changed without any of our group being informed therefore we wasted an hour going to the wrong location.
Neil Webb 17

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The Venue

Dancing Ledge coastline/cliffs

Dancing Ledge

Only reached by sea or foot this area of natural beauty is part of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Its name comes from the effect the rock ledge has on the sea at certain times and tides, which gives the water a dancing effect. Explore one of the walking routes, breath in the sea air and step on the same spots where smugglers did back in the 17th century. For the adventurous there is also a swimming spot that was blasted into the rock.

Details

Parking
Paid carpark