Gorge Walking Wales from only £30pp

Gorge Walking or Gorge Scrambling as we prefer to call it is no simple walk in the park! This activity  involves scrambling, climbing, crawling, waterfall jumps and much more,  set in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. For full details take a look at our photos and video below which were taken on the routes we use.

On arrival you will be provided with a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet for your gorge walking experience…as soon as you start you’ll see why! Our gorge walking experience is unique, we have been running gorge walking in Wales for many years and during this time have established the most challenging, exciting, fast paced and adventurous experience set amidst spectacular scenery.

Gorge Walking WalesThe Brecon Beacons national park is the perfect setting for Gorge Walking it covers 500 square miles and has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty it also includes South Wales highest mountain- Pen y fan. This activity takes place in  area at the head of the Vale of Neath which has so many wonderful waterfalls that it is known locally as Waterfall Country both brimming with life and wreathed in legend. Our standard Gorge Walking route lasts approximately 3hrs for more detailed information on the routes we use please click this link

We believe we offer the best Gorge Scrambling experience in the Brecon Beacons but dont just take our word for it take a look at our numerous Trip Advisor reviews to see what previous customers have to say.

To arrange a booking we require a minimum group size of 4 if you do not have a minimum group size you are welcome to join one of our open events

All the Videos & Photos on this page were taken from the routes we use in the Brecon Beacons- Copyright Blue Ocean Activities.


Frequently Asked Questions

Will gorge walking be too difficult ? / What if a member of our group has a fear of heights/ confined spaces etc.?
From the very start our instructors will assess the overall ability of your group, coupled with weather conditions on the day the route will be adjusted accordingly, ultimately we want you to have fun and be safe!

All (except one) of the challenging elements of this route are optional, at no times are participants under any pressure to do anything they are not comfortable with, they can simply choose to opt out. The exception to this rule is a waterfall scramble (climb without ropes) that everybody has to complete to get to the next stage- however we have managed to get everyone through...so far!

What is the minimum age?
For our standard trips the minimum age is 10 years old, please note 10-12 year olds may not be able to take part in all the challenging elements of our standard routes however an easier and alternative option will always be possible.