Posts Tagged ‘Wales’
The world’s best cliff diver’s descended upon a disused quarry in Pembrokeshire to somersault it out in front of a 3,000 strong crowd. The Red Bull Cliff Diving Series made its penultimate stop near the Welsh town of Abereiddi on the 7 and 8 September, diving into the aptly named Blue Lagoon. American Steven LaBoue won the [...]
Bronze, Silver or Gold? Visit Wales is challenging you to Team GB inspired action.
Looking to keep the kids busy and have some fun while you’re at it? Our family-friendly events will keep you entertained all summer long Suffolk Walking festival When: 19th May – 10th June How Much: Varies A month of walks around Suffolk, from two mile ambles, to hefty day-long treks, all taking in the [...]
It’s summer (apparently) so if we couldn’t encourage you to sleep under the stars in winter or spring, then we won’t take no for an answer this season, rain or no rain! So grab your sleeping bag, practice pitching your tent and head to one of our favourite summer campsites Now is the ideal time [...]
The new Wales Coastal Path is already clocking up a number of firsts: the only path to cover an entire country’s coast, longest trail in the UK and now one more; the first to use QR barcodes to gives walkers with smartphones more information on the path. The Conwy section of the path features hundreds [...]
The 1087 Wales Coastal path is due to open this bank holiday weekend (5 May) just in time for an early summer hike.
From Chester to Chepstow, Cardiff Bay to Colwyn Bay the River Dee to the Severn Estuary, big things are happening in Wales as the brand-spanking new Wales Coastal Path will covers the entire length of the Welsh coastline. Yep, that’s right, all 870 miles of it. And it’s due to open in just two months [...]
The North Face (R) Global Athlete James Pearson has made a remarkable on-sight ascent of Point Blank, a fantastic E8 6c in the imposing zawn of Stennis Ford in Pembroke, South Wales.
Four prime locations to practice the arcane arts