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If you’re visiting North Devon any time soon and you like an adventure then Baggy Point is a great place to go Coasteering Croyde. You may have been coasteering before, or you may have never even heard of coasteering. Either way, there are opportunities for both beginners and veterans to go coasteering in Croyde Bay. If you’re new to coasteering then don’t worry, we’ve put together a short guide for you about everything that you need to know about coasteering Croyde Bay.
Coasteering is a great way to explore coastlines while also having adrenaline-fuelled fun. It’s an adventure sport for those that want to push themselves and don’t mind getting wet in the process. Essentially coasteering involves exploring areas, (like Baggy Point if you’re coasteering Croyde) by combining rock climbing, swimming, scrambling, traversing and cliff jumping. Coasteering isn’t for the faint-hearted and is a unique experience. Coasteering Croyde will have you work your way through impact zones where you’ll be against the power of the sea, you’ll get to see the caves that aren’t accessible any other way.
You have to be fairly physically fit to take part in coasteering but you don’t need to be super athletic and there are different routes available. You’ll need to feel comfortable with the activities that are involved in coasteering such as rock climbing, swimming, walking narrow edges, exploring caves and cliff jumping. If you feel like you’ve got it in you then this is a fantastic way to get closer to the natural habitat of the Devon sea life and birds.