Adventure Elements is an outdoor adventure company specialising in the delivery of sea kayaking courses. Now in its second year of business it is run and owned by James Stevenson. "As well as offering sea kayaking courses across the technical ability range from introductory to expert, we also run incident management clinics. Starting in June we will be adding An Introduction to Expedition Paddling to our course list, for paddlers wanting to do overnight trips."
James has been paddling for 15 years. During this time he has paddled in the waters of many countries including Alaska, Canada, Thailand and Sardinia. He said: "It was the variety and interest of the Anglesey coastline that captured my heart when I moved to the area in 2001."
Originally a river paddler James moved across full-time to sea kayaking when he started work for Nigel Dennis at the ASSC in Holyhead. James believes: "A sea kayak is the ideal vessel to explore every bay, cave and island of the stunning Anglesey coastline. One of my favourite trips has to be around the Stacks on Holy Island, huge cliffs, caves and plenty of wild life, all mixed-in with exciting tide races and overfalls."
Throughout this summer, Adventure Elements will be running evening sea kayaking trips and lessons every Thursday night. The evenings are aimed towards local people who want to get out on the water and experience our great coastline. Adventure Elements will aim to take people paddling in areas such as the Great Orme, Puffin Island, Menai Strait, Moelfre and Rhoscolyn. All abilities are welcome. They will provide all the equipment and even sort you out with a hot brew when you get off the water. Meet 6.30 p.m. at Menai Bridge boat yard (next to the Liverpool Arms pub) and it only costs £20 per person.
For more info go to adventureelements.com
Topic: Sea Kayaking in North Wales, Adventure Elements.
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