It’s no secret that North Wales is quickly becoming a world focal point for adventure leisure sport, with ocean, mountain, lake, river, woodland environments all enclosed in a naturally glorious of corner of the country.
Inherrently, it lends itself to all manner of extreme sports, and in this respect, It’s been a very constructive and forward thinking few years for North Wales, with a massive forward leap of tourism prospects and activities. There are just too many prime choice locations to choose from in the region.
While North Wales already hosts a range of quality surf spots along its coastline, it's now becoming the location at which the sport is being revolutionised. The likes of the world’s first commercial surf lagoon barrelling into action over at Surf Snowdonia in Dolgarrog, gaining an unprecedented amount of international attention and press.
Europes largest zip wire and it’s family of various other lines over at ZipWorld, Including Zip Worlds Velocity, Titan, and Caverns. Deep below the mountains of Bethesda you will find the world’s first subterranean playground of its kind; Bounce Below where a massive course of trampolines are secured within caverns which have previously been inaccessible for over 200 years.
Built overlooking the newly reclaimed Blue Flag Colwyn Bay beach is the unmistakable structure of Porth Eirias, which has become a bustling hub of activity along the North Coast. Resident facilities of the centre include celebrity chef, Bryn Williams’ newly opened restaurant which boasts the finest in local delicacies and unrivalled panoramic views of the bay.
Porth Eirias is also home to Colwyn Bay Watersports, rocking an impressive array of water faring facilities, including lessons, instructor courses and equipment hire.
Go Below's latest course; Ultimate Extreme features an adrenaline filled adventure assault course which is a 5km odyssey which takes you deep down under the mountains of north wales. This is a tough, full day of unequivocal fun, which has already taken place as the greatest trip of some people’s lives.
Regardless of which interested in, North Wales is very much becoming a new mecca for outdoorsmanship, which enthusiasts from all over the world are flocking to explore, don’t miss out!
It's all about activities and things to do in Wales. Wales has a few clearly definable regions North Wales, South Wales and Mid Wales.
With the main counties of interest being Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Isle of Anglesey, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Pembrokeshire, Powys, Rhondda Cynon Taff and Swansea.
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