Activities & Excursions
North wales is one of the most interesting and beautiful areas in Europe. It has plenty of places that are attached to some of the strangest tales and legends imaginable.
You will all kinds of adventure activity provided for here, from quiet walks along the coast to Climbing, kayaking and wind surfing. As you can see we have a wide variety of resources here in North Wales to keep you active. Throughout the year there is always somewhere to go and plenty to do.
Below is a small selection of the types of activities and excursions that are available.
Boating - from a gentle trip on a canal or paddle in a kayak on the sea, powerboat trips, whitewater rafting.... There are a multitude of opportunities for boat based activities and trips.
Bowling - There are a number of places to go 10 Pin Bowling as well as Bowling Greens in Rhyl and the nearby area.
Cities, Towns & Villages - From small villages like Bethgelert to large Cities like Liverpool, We have a wide range of experiences we can tailor to your requirements.
Climbing - North Wales has many climbing centres and organisations for all levels and abilities. Indoor and mountain climbing activities can be arranged.
Cycling - There are many cycle routes in our area from gentle and mostly level cycling along the Wales coast path to Black level Mountain runs in Snowdonia. We tend to focus on the more gentle side of cycling and have a small fleet of on-road bicycles. but there are many organisations catering for mountain biking in the area.
Games - Rhyl has a wonderful beach, playing grounds, tennis courts and other facilities where a wide variety of games can be played according to numbers willing to join in.
Fishing - Sea fishing trips can be arranged from Rhyl Harbour as well as shore fishing along the North Coast.
Golf - Rhyl has it's own Golf Course and the area has load more for those who have a handicap (Golf term - not disability). For those who just want some fun, there is crazy-golf in Rhyl with lots of alternative mini & crazy golf courses in the area.
Horse Riding - There are many horse riding stables providing opportunities for all ages and levels in the area. North Wales provides some of the most spectacular scenery accessible by bridleways.
Ice Skating - We can arrange a trip to an Ice rink which can be very popular with groups.
Kiting & Kite Surfing - Rhyl has a consistant onshore wind combined with some open areas suitable for kiting. There is also a Kite Surfing School in Rhyl who can offer both traning and activities in the best spots in North Wales.
Kayaking, Boating & Whitewater - The area has plenty of boating opportunities including everything from a chartered boat rides, Kayaking on still through to whitewater. Rhyl has Sailing, Kayaking, pedalo's in Marine Lake and also hosts an annual raft building competition in the harbour.
Scuba Diving - Geoff is a qualified PADI Scuba Instructor. Geoff has courses available from beginner to professional he can also act as a guide for underwater tours and arrange try dives to see if you like it. Please Click Here to find out more.
Skiing or Snowboarding - We can arrange a trip to a dry ski slope.
Surfing & Wind Surfing - Various surfing and wind surfing opportunities are available around the Northern coasts of Wales but there are also many conservation areas. There is one of the biggest artificial wave centres in the world near Conwy. This centre produces 'the perfect wave every time'.
Swimming - There are several swimming pools nearby with different opening times. Rhyl beach is a blue flag beach so swimming from the beach is also available.
Walking & Hiking - With Snowdonia and it's famous 3000ft peaks to the West, the Clwydian Range to the East and a beautiful level plain between them. Our area provides spectacular scenery wherever you choose. All levels of walking ability is catered for in our area from a short amble along the beach to the challenge of Snowdon via the intimidating Crib Goch!
Historic Buildings - There are a wide range of historic buildings, archaeological sites as well as the many castles. North Wales holds 5 of the 6 Welsh World Heritage Sites as well as sites dating from the bronze age to modern day. You will find many places linked to stories and legends as well as the most amazing background scenery.