Call the outdoor active sports team on 07971 562512.
Kayaking on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales can be as fast-paced as you like, or as relaxing as floating on the sea, enjoying the beautiful scenery. Tired of sitting on the beach wondering what it’s like to be out on the water? With Outdoor Actives’ kayaking sessions you will be out on the sea; self-propelled, and as close as humanly possible to the water.
The sites we use around the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales are the best available. Whether you would like a relaxing trip exploring the bays and inlets around Trearddur Bay, or a more action packed surf kayak session, Outdoor Active provide what is right for you.
You will learn new skills, experience the beauty and diversity of the natural environment, play some fun or challenging games, and maybe even discover a new hobby. All this whilst learning to handle the sit on top kayaks on the sea.
Rock climbing on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales is an unforgettable experience. With Outdoor Actives’ rock climbing sessions, you will experience the thrill and satisfaction of conquering a rock face through your own skill, and determination. With us, you will be safe throughout under our expert supervision.
As Outdoor Active is situated on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales there is no shortage of opportunities to learn the ropes or hone your climbing skills on the Isle of Anglesey’s Holyhead Mountain. In our opinion, this is one of the most underrated rock climbing venues in the country, perfect for groups of all abilities. Whether you are a complete beginner or wish to test yourself on something harder this venue (only 5 minutes from the coasteering) has lots of opinions!
Nothing beats the exhilaration and triumph of scaling a rock face. Rock climbing serves as an all body workout, involving most of the major muscle groups. It can also help you to build confidence, develop problem-solving skills, and sharpen your mental focus. This makes it the perfect outdoor active sport for learning about the environment and yourself through sport.
If you want more information on what a full day adventure consists of, more the timings, kit, expectations etc, and a link to pay for a session please look at the Full day Adventures page.
If there is less than 4 in your family, we ask you to take a look at our “Open adventure sessions”. These are sessions where we put smaller families together to make the day better for everyone! Click the link to find out more.
If you have a family of 4 or more, or have got some friends to come along then please look at our Full day Adventures page and contact us with your preferred time and date.
You can contact us via the phone number and email found at the top of the page. Or, fill in the enquiry form at the bottom of the page.