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It's all about the great outdoors! You can't help but get active in Cornwall, whether you're hitting the waves on your surfboard, climbing cliff faces or simply taking a mellow coastal walk, it's the perfect place for sporting pursuits in the open air.

Our friends at the luxury hotel Watergate Bay know a thing or two about getting active. And, being set on a two-mile long surfing beach means that surfing, swimming and water sports are part of everyday life. Take a visit to the Swim Club, featuring a 25-metre ocean-view infinity pool, café-bar, cardio room, yoga classes and treatment rooms. Or there's the Extreme Academy offering all-year-round lessons in surfing, kitesurfing, waveski, stand-up paddlesurf and latest craze of handplaning. Lessons include technical equipment hire and expert tutors.
www.watergatebay.co.uk

Rise to the challenge of rock climbing in Cornwall, one of the best places to climb in the world, with dramatic sea cliffs, wild inland tors and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to choose from. Perfect for escaping from the crowds below, climbing is a mental and physical challenge - plus it's a fun, full-body workout improving cardiovascular health, muscle tone, coordination and motor skills. So, you can have a little more clotted cream with your scone when you get back down. Check out Salt Air Adventures who offer taster sessions, introductory courses and group climbs all over Cornwall with Mountain Leader Training Board qualified instructors.
www.saltair.co.uk/climbing

Mix sport and scenery, and take a kayak out on the crystal clear waters of St Mawes and enjoy the Percuil River and creeks, birds and wildlife. A longer paddle will bring you to St. Anthony's Head where you can kayak right up to the lighthouse and you may be joined by a playful seal or two! This relaxing pursuit is low impact and can improve your aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility.
www.stmaweskayaks.co.uk


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