1. Paddle Boarding Along Anglesey Coastline and Snowdonia
Enjoy a unique and memorable experience along the 130-mile Anglesey Coastline. Surrounded by woodlands, rocky cliffs, dunes, and a National Nature Reserve, visitors can explore all that the great outdoors has to offer at Psyched Paddle Boarding. Build your confidence while you have fun through comprehensive courses designed to teach you the fundamentals of Stand-Up Paddle Boarding (SUP), a sport that has recently gained tremendous popularity in the U.K. Paddle Boarding is a great activity for family and friends hoping to experience the outdoors in North Wales. Lessons are also offered along the lakes of Snowdonia. You are welcome to book a course during the day or at night with qualified professional trainers.
2. Get Your Adrenaline Pumping at Zip World
Twist and turn your way through tall forest trees on a one-kilometer coaster ride at Conwy Valley in North Wales, test your courage on an 80ft swing that will send you flying through the forest, or walk the plank amidst high trees before zip-lining your way through challenging obstacles. Packed with excitement and fun, Zip World is the ideal spot for adventure and fun during the summer. Children as young as three years old are permitted to ride the coaster, and fun games and rides for toddlers and juniors can be found 60ft up in the trees. After all the laughter and fun, relax while you dine at the Blondin Restaurant, or the Fforest Caffi located onsite.
3. Surf Snowdonia
It’s never too late to learn to surf and Adventure Parc Snowdonia is the perfect place to catch the waves. Ride on inland waves in a surf lagoon that range according to your experience level. Test your skills as you surf on waves that are produced every 90 seconds. Adventure Parc Snowdonia is another perfect adventurous spot for thrill seekers and kids who want to experience an outdoor water adventure. There are also indoor activities such as zip-lining, climbing a 15-meter wall, as well as, an opportunity to get geared up and explore their indoor artificial caves. There is plenty of activities to do that will test your endurance, abilities and keep you fit while you have fun with friends and family along the way.
4. Visit a Trampoline Park Underground
The is definitely something out of the ordinary, and an extraordinary place to visit if you are looking for something new, fun and exciting to experience this summer. Ride an old mine train beneath Blaenau Ffestiniog, and bounce on trampolines extended 20ft, 60ft, and 180ft off the ground. Visitors at Slate Mountain can also crawl through the tunnels and enjoy a historical mine tour.