Coasteering

Canyoning

Adventures in the tidal impact zone

Coasteering is a great way to explore our coastline and offers plenty of excitement. On your journey you should expect to do some swimming, climbing, scrambling, jumping and caving.

Coasteering is an activity that the centre has worked on and developed a lot in the past few years. Our trips can be tailored to each group and offer the best bits of the Coastlines around Fife and beyond.

Venues

Elie  is our original venue that offers a great opportunity to explore coasteering for the first time. A day at Elie will be plenty of time to complete a journey that will build skill and confidence through progressive swims, scrambles and jumps. On a nice day keep your eyes peeled for seals, dolphins and the occasional jellyfish.

Arbroath  is a brand new venue for 2019. The team have been working hard to explore the expansive Cliffs to develop a route that offers a good variety and some serious excitement. Arbroath is a great next stage if you have been on our Elie trip and want explore somewhere new.

 

Canyoning, also known as canyoneering, is an adventure activity that combines rock and water activities into a sport full of adrenaline and natural beauty. When you go canyoning you will be trekking through river gorges, around rock pools and behind waterfalls. You will find yourself abseiling down waterfalls and tackling cliff jumps into stunning water rock pools.

Canyoning is a brand new activity for 2019. The centre have been working hard over the past couple of years to develop this thrilling activity. With input from The Canyoning Company, the centre is excited to be able to offer trips in to some of Central Scotland's best and most exciting canyons.