Faq

1. What activities do you offer?

Like most centers all of our activities are weather dependent however we offer the following activities:

Adventure Days: Coasteering, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, sea level traversing, gorge scrambling, mountain walking, improvised raft building, orienteering, problem-solving, and mountain biking are the core activities that we offer on our adventure day.

Skill Based: As well as the adventure activities we offer a range of skill based courses in the following disciplines, rock climbing, mountaineering, kayaking, canoeing and sea kayaking. Please see the website for father information relating to theses courses.

2. How old do you have to be to take part?

We take children from the age of eight upwards.

3. Can I book on the day?

Yes. If there places are available that is not a problem, however we do recommend that you try to book activities in advance to avoid disappointment.

4. Can we go out as a family?

Yes. We can tailor an adventure day that is designed especially for you and your family, if we do put together groups we will always do our best to ensure that you are with compatible people which means that if you are going out as a family you will be put with other families.

5. Can we leave our children with you unaccompanied?

Yes. Anglesey Adventures holds an Adventure Activities License, The scheme ensures that those that provide certain adventure activities to young people under the age of 18 years, will have their safety management systems inspected. Where appropriate, a license is then issued.

6. Is it safe?

Outdoor adventure by its very nature will always contain an element of risk. If we were to try and make it completely safe you wouldn’t experience adventure and wouldn’t need us! We are experts at pitching adventures at the right level for a variety of groups, avoiding & protecting foreseeable dangers and maximising the fun elements of playing in our natural environment. Accidents do occur due to the nature of the environment that we operate in, but the reality is that your journey to us by car is statistically more dangerous.

7. Are the guides qualified?

Yes. We only employ experienced staff, trained and qualified with the British Canoe Union, Mountain Leader Training Board and other National Governing Bodies as well as up to date first aid qualifications, so you can rest assured when you come out with us you are in highly experienced safe hands.

8. How fit do I have to be to take part?

If you can carry two bags of shopping up the stairs without stopping or run to catch a bus/ train when it pulls in a hundred meters ahead of you then you are probably fit enough to come along. You will be asked to complete a Medical Form before you set out, please make sure you complete it with as much detail as possible. If you have particular concerns please contact us by phone or use the form here.

9. Am I insured when on my chosen adventure?

Bookings with Anglesey Adventures do not include personal travel or accident insurance; please ask your insurer for details of the cover necessary for taking part in our adventures. Anglesey Adventures do hold public liability insurance to a sum of £5 million.

10.What happens if there is bad weather?

All of our activities can be affected by the weather in one way or another: climbing by the rain, surfing by the waves (or lack of them!), kayaking and Coasteering by high winds and rough seas. The proposed session will be adapted to meet the prevailing conditions and if this is inappropriate you will be offered the opportunity to swap to another activity or rebook for another day.

11.When do the sessions start/finish?

Morning: 9.00am - 12.30pm

Afternoon: 1.30px - 5.00pm

Evening: 6.00pm - 9.00pm (July/August only)

12. Where do I meet my Guide?

For all of our Anglesey Adventures we meet at our base at Anglesey Outdoors in Holyhead. Occasionally, some courses meet at other pre-specified locations.

13. How far away are the sites you use for the activities?

Unless stated otherwise all of our activities are run within ten minutes walk or drive of the centre.

14. Am I going to be stuck in a group with people much faster or slower than i am?

No. You will be put with people of a similar profile to your own in order to maximise fun and excitement for everybody.

16. Can I use my own wetsuit?

You can, although we wouldn’t recommend it for Coasteering as the wear and tear can be quite severe. It is also worth avoiding ‘shorty’ wetsuits for Coasteering.

17. Can I hire equiptment?

As our equipment is needed to deliver our adventure activities, so we have decided not hire it out, however surfboards, body boards and mountain bike can be hired from the Surf Shack that is situated on the same site.

18. Is lunch provided?

Packed lunch is not included in the course cost however is available from us on request. Please make sure you order before your morning session.

19. Can i pay on the day?

We cannot confirm your place until full payment is received and advise that all monies owed are settled before your arrival. This also gives you less to worry about on the day. Payment can be made with a cheque our by phoning us with your credit card details.