Why Come Coasteering with Us?
Want to scramble around the rocky coastline and leap off cliffs into the sea? Then why not try Coasteering with PointBreaks.
We have three amazing locations, each with their own unique mix of terrain and types of jump; we’ve got something to suit every ability.
- £35 pp for 2-2.5hr session @Baggy point *
- £35 pp for 2-2.5hr session @Hele bay *
- £35 pp for 2-2.5hr session @Illfracombe *
* All costs include appropriate equipment, see what we provide and what we need you to bring below.
Generous discounts apply for groups of 8 and 12 or more… get in touch to find out more
What does it involve?
More on the locations and sessions below, but rest assured all our instructors are all fully trained and know the areas that we use extremely well, to prove it, we always jump first. And we provide two instructors for group booking of 8 or more people.
Coasteering is a mixture of scrambling and climbing around cliffs, through hidden sea caves, traversing rocky outcrops, swimming through ocean carved channels and jumping off headlands into sea pools and gullies, all the time being toyed with by the ocean swells.
Coasteering can be as challenging as you want it to be, some of our jumps are only six feet high, and others are over 20 feet. They all have a scramble round option so don’t worry if you don’t want to jump.
Point Breaks provides top quality wetsuits and safety equipment to keep you safe and warm. Our instructors are all fully trained and know the areas that we use extremely well, to prove it, we always jump first.
Here at Point Breaks we can offer you a few different routes:
A wonderful route ideal for beginners as it traverses Coyde’s famous Baggy Point. It offers a great variety of jumps, short swims and some epic sea caves.
It has an excellent range of jumps, swims and rock features that will keep the adrenaline levels fueled.
An awesome route perfect for those seeking out adventure. It offers a great range of jumps and sea swims in spectacular locations.
**Ilfracombe route subject to conditions on the day – mainly operated in the summer months when conditions allow.