Go Wild: Go cliff jumping in Ballintoy

Go Wild: Go cliff jumping in Ballintoy

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Go Wild: Go cliff jumping in Ballintoy

Leap out of your comfort zone and into the crisp, blue waters of the Irish Sea. Combining rock climbing, jumping and swimming, coasteering is a thrilling activity that lets you to make the most of Northern Ireland’s amazing coastal scenery.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Kitted out with wetsuits, helmets and neoprene socks, you’ll be shown how to safely navigate rocky crags, jump off cliff edges into the sea below and how to scramble back up to do it all over again. And the experienced, friendly guides know the area like the back of their hand, so you’ll be treated to only the best coasteering locations.

 

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Ballintoy

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08 Oct 2019(last updated)