As a high-risk activity, it is essential to begin with an experienced guide. However the Top Spots below will give you an indication of where the action will happen.
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Situated between Bushmills and Ballycastle on the Causeway coastal route Ballintoy offers a diverse selection of coastal features and landscape perfect for coasteering. It is recommended that a guide is used at this location.
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Boasting a variety of sea caves, cliff jumps, rock scrambling, Irish Sea swells and sheltered waters Ballyhornan on the shores of Strangford Lough provides a great place for a coasteering session with a qualified guide.
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The Bloody Bridge near Newcastle in Co Down offers an excellent location for both bouldering and coastering. The river gushes over granite boulders on its way from Slieve Donard to the sea, creating excellent waterfalls and deep pools.
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Jumps, pools, climbs and gullies, this venue offers it all. This venue is great for beginners and veterans alike. Just round the corner from The Giants Causeway and with views of Rathlin Island this place is idyllic. It is recommended that a guide is used at this location.
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Extreme coasteering! This is a fairly exposed venue and most definitely a guide should be used at this location as there are hazards at certain areas to be aware of. Some great scrambles and jumps to negotiate.
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A beautiful location but very exposed and highly dangerous to the inexperienced person as you can find yourself cut off by the tide if not careful. Some great caves to explore. A guide is most definitely recommended.