In spite of the kennels that we do to her, Mother Nature remains generous with us and gives us the best of her so that we can enjoy, in the best possible way, our brief passage through this world. In the beautiful Basque coast He has lavished his gifts with great care and the possibilities of outdoor sports are varied and to each one better.
People from all over Spain come here in search of the best waves to practice the surf; others walk the paths that pierce dense forests and towering mountains; Many cyclists They perform their tuning on these hard roads and surrounded by green. And so we could continue to list many more. Among these activities there is one that is relatively new: coasteering. But let's start with the basics ...
What is coasteering?
This term, used to designate a new adventure sport, is said to have been coined in Welsh lands. At least they told me when I was testing it there for the first time, just a year ago.
It comes from the English word "coast" and comes to mean, more or less, "cost." The truth is that there is no simpler way to literally describe what this activity is about.
In the coasteering you play with the coastal attributes of nature. The sea and the rocks become your allies to spend some hilarious hours in which you will not stop moving. You will be wading the coast, sometimes swimming, sometimes walking on rocks and sometimes throwing yourself into the water from them.