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Coasteering Devon, so what’s that? It’s an exhilarating pastime and one of the fast-growing adventure activities in the UK. If you are thinking about trying out coasteering in Devon, this post can help. The experience you have while coasteering can vary dramatically depending on the route, weather and sea conditions, and guide you choose. In this post, we look at Devon’s most famous routes and the best guides for a coasteering experience you will never forget.
The best route for you or your group will depend on your ability level and what you are looking to get out of your coasteering experience. There are two popular coasteering routes in Devon, Baggy Point and Hele bay which each offer unique and exciting experiences.
Baggy Point, situated in North Devon, is easily accessible from Croyde, Putsborough, Woolacombe and Ilfracombe. The area is wild and picturesque heading along the northern side of Croyde Bay, with something for all of the family to enjoy. Baggy Point is the route we would recommend for beginner coasteering parties and families. At Baggy Point, you can enjoy exploring caves and gullies, small jumps and more significant jumps. Jumpers can delight in taking on The “U-Bend”, “The Waterfall”, “Swirly Gully”, and more. It is one of the best areas in the country for coasteering as the terrain is varied, with unique sea caves and rock formations.