Unit 2 Lake Road, Coniston LA21 8EW

Tel: 015394 49003,  Mob: 07967380734

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Ideas on what to wear

Being comfortable is all part of the game when taking part in outdoor activities. Striking the balance between too much and too little clothing needs a bit of thought.  

Finally, if it's wet and windy, a wind/water proof top keeps you warm and dry.

For water based activities we will give you a wetsuit and water proofs.  You need to bring:

spare footwear such as trainers or wetsuit boots for kayaking canoeing or raft building.  DO NOT bring sandals or open toe footwear.

Why our wetsuits are better than most.

Some companies...

Only ever offer you summer weight 3mm wetsuits.  If you’re lucky they will be dry and maybe they will have arms and shoulders rather than just a Long John.  Long Johns are fine for boating activities; they actually give you a bit more freedom of movement in the shoulders, but are not as warm, so if you think you might get cold you should definitely wear a full wetsuit.

Joint Adventures....

Give you full wetsuits which are always dry when you put them on.  Wetsuits work because they are a good fit so we make sure that we give you a suit which fits. We do have some 2 piece wetsuits so if you just want a Long John for boating, this can usually be done.

We also have some winter weight wetsuits for outside summer months but we always offer groups 2 summer wetsuits if we do not have a winter wetsuit in your size. In short we have the resources to keep you warm and comfortable in all seasons.

For gorge scrambling sturdy trainers with a thick treaded sole and thick uppers are OK but walking boots do give your feet more protection.


Don’t bring wet sock shoes or boots or light plimsoles.

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