Gorge Walking, Gorge Scrambling, Canyoning, Ghyll Scrambling near Cardiff, Swansea and South Wales: I think the word for next week is definitely variable. All depends on the rainfall at the moment how the activities will be accessible. The land is definitely saturated with the rainfall being very high over the past few weeks, but if the rain holds off in patches there could be the possibility of the perfect day for Canyoning and Gorge Walking. The weather is very unpredictable at the moment, so its all about watching the forecast to make sure the events are safe and therefore enjoyable.
Coasteering near Cardiff, Swansea in South Wales NO! NO! NO! NO! nothing else to say really, hugh sea's, big wind, shocking weather. This event is definately not on the agenda, so steer clear, I even go as far to say to get your Christmas shopping done, well maybe not! Get your old episodes of Star Wars, now thats a plan.
Surfing, Surf Kayaking and Paddle Boarding - YES! YES! YES! YES! Surf is definately up and covering the coast of South Wales. As usual look out for the wind, the stuff that creates the surf but also ruins the surf, big south westerly which means exposed beaches near to Cardiff and Swansea will be blown out for the most part. Look to Coney beach in Porthcawl and Caswell Bay in Swansea for the most protected Surfing areas.
Events and Activities - We are as always guided by the conditions especially this time of year, the rain fall, wind, swell and weather are all playing a massive part on the events at the moment, were hopefully Canyoning on Saturday with Matt and the lads on their Stag weekend in Cardiff. If this dosent come off then were off down the beach to Surf and get wet what ever the weather.