Explore the rugged coastline of North Cornwall with us on one of our action packed guided coasteering sessions.  We’ll travel along an otherwise inaccessible stretch of the Cornish coast, swimming into rocky coves and through exhilarating whitewater features, adventuring into caves, and of course leaping from our favourite jump spots.

We offer a range of routes and activity levels, making coasteering with Cornish Rock Tors a truly accessible experience.  We have a variety of coasteering venues along the coast of North Cornwall stretching from Newquay to Bude, focusing primarily on the Rock, Polzeath and Port Isaac areas. Our standard introduction and intermediate sessions are run out of the beautiful National Trust locations at Port Quin and Port Gaverne (both within a short drive of Polzeath Beach) offering us access to stunning stretches of unspoilt coast.

Coasteering man leaps into the sea off Cornish coast
Coasteering sessions typically last for around three hours, two hours of which are spent in the water or on the rocks.  All necessary equipment is provided, including a warm 5mm wetsuit, thick-soled wetsuit boots, a buoyancy aid and a helmet.  Participants must be aged 10 or over and competent swimmers (i.e. able to swim 50 meters in a pool unaided).

Cornish Rock Tors were the first to pioneer, risk assess and commercially guide all of the routes in the area and we have a decade of operational experience, making us one of the South West’s premier coasteering providers.  Our team of experienced coasteering guides are all Beach Lifeguards, as well as completing our in-house, location specific training.  Cornish Rock Tors is a member of the NCC (National Coasteering Charter) and is licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Service adhering to all of their safety guidelines.