There are over 250 lakes in including the popular (Llyn Tegid) and . There really is something for everyone. And we love to find quiet spots for peace sakes. Outside the park, we’re partial to exploring the calm bits of the .
Wild swimming and paddleboarding days are suitable for all levels but ideal for complete beginners. That means, making them as calm and stress-free as possible so you can just enjoy the activity! There’s no rush, no jargon, no need to be the fittest, fastest or strongest. All of our experiences are guided by women-led activity providers. To help keep you safe and acquire new skills in and on the , it makes sense to learn from the best. Plus, the outdoor sector is still heavily male-dominated, so by adventuring with us, you’re helping to keep more women in the outdoor sector in business!
We’re proud to work with Caz from SUP Lass, a highly qualified WSA guide accredited by the Leave No Trace organisation. Most of the sessions happen at ‘ Loggerhead’s country park at a private sheltered lake.
You’re welcome to bring your own board or hire one from SUP lass – she has everything you’ll need to get on the water safely.
There’s nothing quite like a floating meditation or a chance to improve your mobility, strength and balance with plenty of giggles guaranteed. Moving on the gives you the opportunity to explore your body in a different way compared to dry land. Join a SUP yoga class in Wrexham.
Getting into open can feel intimidating and scary, but you’ll have Harriet from HEB coaching, an open swimming coach to guide you and keep you safe in the . Explore the clean blue lakes of North Wales, whilst learning how to incorporate mindfulness and meditation into your day for the sake of your mental wellbeing.
We hover around , and the Dee Valley and from time to time, head to the .
Currently, it’s wild swimming, paddleboarding and SUP yoga. We’ve been asked about , , and but feel they don’t encapsulate the calmness we’re looking to provide. is a strong possibility but we’ve yet to find the right providers. We’re constantly growing so keep a lookout for future adventures!
No. For swimming, a bathing suit and footwear you don’t mind getting wet is just fine. Some choose to have a neoprene jacket to keep their arms warm. You are welcome to bring your own wetsuit.
For paddleboarding, it’s recommended to layer up and accept your clothes may get wet. Some choose to wear a wet suit or a dry suit but it’s not mandatory and we do not provide them. Please remember to bring footwear you don’t mind getting wet.
Yes – it’s our hope that if coming alone, you’ll meet some likeminded people for future adventures! Equally if you bring a friend – the more merrier.
We tend to take no more than 8 people due to environmental impact.
Yes! To make it affordable we take a deposit and can offer installments.