River Wye Camping
We’re heading out on our favourite river for a leisurely 2-day paddleboard trip through the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. And what a beautiful trip it is too! Full of history, heritage and amazing plants and animals!
Join for: a peaceful paddle and get away from the day-to-day for 2-days with a relaxing overnight camp (usually with a pub near the campsite!)
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Porthcawl & Chips
This paddle takes us around some of the most amazing coastlines in South Wales. This more adventurous trip lets us explore some rarely seen cliffs and hidden coves, venturing around rocky outcrops and (if we’re lucky) surfing up sandy beaches. Not to mention the lure of a chippy lunch to get yourself ready for the return journey!
Join for: a slightly more adventurous coastal paddle – and to work up the appetite for a great reward at lunchtime!
This amazing headland, cut off at high tide, isn’t named after our wriggly friends, but a much larger, mythical creature! The name is derived from the Old English word ‘wyrm’ meaning ‘sea serpent‘.
Our exploration of this headland starts from Llangennith beach and we meander towards the base of the cliffs before heading out along the sheer faces. A slow paddle out towards the head of the Worm and we may take a trip around headland if the tide and weather conditions allow!
Join for: a slightly more adventurous, full-day paddle, with lunch while afloat. We’re unlikely to be disturbed on this trip except by the gulls on the headland!
Have you ever wanted to paddleboard on the sea but thought it could be a bit daunting? Maybe you have tried paddling on the sea and found it trickier than you thought! You should join one of our slow-pace SUP lessons
Paddling on the sea is very different to paddling on a river or a lake – even when it looks flat and calm, there is still some swell out there to catch you off guard!
Join for: a paddleboard lesson run at your pace – on the sea! You learn how you learn and won’t be under any pressure to do anything you don’t want to. We’ll teach and encourage, but we never force anyone to do anything they don’t want to.
Gower Beach Hopping
This trip is still in the development stage, but we will be paddling the Gower coast, with plans to stop off and explore the beaches on the South Gower coastline.
Did you know there were so many beaches around Gower? Have you explored the nooks and crannies of the cliffs between the beaches?
A slow-paced paddle around the coastline, wildlife spotting along the cliffs and stopping off to see some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK!
Join for: a slow-paced exploration of Gower’s beaches, wildlife and shoreline from the water’s perspective.
Drop us a message if you’re interested in this and we’ll let you know when the trips are up and running!
Brecon Beacons Reservoirs – more to come!
You may have seen that we have started these adventures already! We have been out for a few paddles on the Beacons Reservoir (the one you can see from the A470 with the island of trees!) and it’s well worth the short uphill walk to get to the water!
Join for: a relaxing paddle in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with unbeatable mountain views all around.
There are many more reservoirs throughout the Brecon Beacons National Park and we have big plans to explore them all – with you!
Still being planned and explored, we will be paddling Usk Reservoir (west of Sennybridge), Pontsticill Reservoir (just north of Merthyr Tydfil) and Pentwyn Reservoir (close to Pontsticill) – drop us a message if you’re interested in any of these and we’ll let you know when the trips are up and running!