On this page you will find information about where to go and what to bring on our daily activity session.

Meeting Points For Activities:

Canoeing and Stand-up Paddle Boarding,

Meeting Point: The Stanners, Warkworth, NE65 0UT. Please park in a free space and in the riverside car park. Please note weekends and ban holidays, this car park can be very busy, please arrive early.

Sea Kayaking

Meeting Point: beach car parks at Sugar Sands. The nearest Post Code is NE66 3AL, this will take you to Low Steads farm, Longhoughton. Continue through the farm yard towards the sea. As you reach the sea front turn right and wait in the first bays. You will see our vehicles and trailer.

Please remember to close all gates - this is a working farm.

Coasteering

Meeting Point: Public car park beside Seahouses Farm, Howick. We meet in the public car park, please do not go to the Farm. For a link to Google Maps Click Here

Rock Climbing

Meeting Point; Location is Corby Crag on the B6341 near Lemington Bank Top – Click Here to view in Google Maps. Please note there is no Post Code for this location.

Sea Kayaking at Howick - this is a fall back location, used only occasionally, we meet in the public car park beside Seahouses Farm, please do not go to the Farm. For a link to Google Maps Click Here

For all other activities please contact us for more information.

Equipment Lists:

For water based activities - you will need to bring clothing for under your wetsuit including socks, as well as shoes that will get wet, and a towel. We also recommend a drink and some food for afterwards.

For activities on land - you will need clothing that's is suitable for the prevailing weather conditions, including Sun Block. Footwear is important and training shoes or walking shoes are most appropriate. We also recommend a drink and some food.

Activity Courses For courses we will send a specific kit list and meeting point to you nearer the time. However Kit Lists are as follows:

Canoe or Kayak:

Canoe or Kayak with Paddles (s)

Personal Paddle Clothing including buoyancy Aid

Safety Equipment - personal and group

Food and drinks

Walking / Climbing:

Personal Kit including waterproofs and appropriate footwear

Safety Equipment - personal and group

Food and drinks

Rope and harness (if appropriate to the course)

Map of the area

Guide Book (Climbing Courses)