Looking for an adrenaline rush? Wales is the place for you. There are plenty of extreme sports to try.
Coasteering, an activity invented in Wales
Scramble up the rocks, explore the caves and then get ready to jump off the cliff! Coasteering is great fun!
Climbing and abseiling
If you’ve a head for heights give climbing and abseiling a go.
A mile long 100 mph zip-wire
Get up to speeds in excess of 100mph and take in great views of the north Wales coastline at Zip World.
White water rafting
Bucket list item number 4, white water rafting – tick this one off and let us know how you enjoyed it.
Kite-surf World Wave Champion Kirsty Jones says Wales beats Hawaii when you want to learn this exhilarating activity.
Downhill on two wheels
At BikePark Wales trails head for the black trails if you feel you can handle it.
Revolution Bike Park has 100 acres of woodland with over 300 metres of vertical descent. This video of the black main line shows you what’s in store.
Skydiving and gliding
If you’ve always wanted to try skydiving or gliding, what’s stopping you? There are plenty of opportunities to give it a go in Wales.
Caving and potholing
The Brecon Beacons National Park is one of the most exciting and varied caving areas in Britain.
If you’ve come to Wales and enjoyed an extreme sport let us know! We’d love to share your photos and videos.