Lundy 29/06/2024 - 02/07/2024

Explore, climb, swim

Just off the coast of Devon, surrounded by the clear waters of the Atlantic, Lundy Island is a world apart. A haven for divers, climbers, swimmers and birdwatchers.

Bursting with an abundance of wildlife, Lundy is an island where you can unwind, relax and enjoy nature's delights.

Lundy's spectacular and often rare marine life was featured in a special documentary inspired by BBC's Wild Isles. Fifty years ago, the island’s surrounding waters became Britain’s first Voluntary Marine Nature Reserve, and in 2003, Britain’s first No Take Zone was established on the east side of the island. The programme is available to view on BBC iPlayer and explores the success of these initiatives.

The episode features Andrew Bengey from Lundy Diving, talking about the astonishing richness of the underwater natural world around Lundy, thanks to its special designation as a Marine Protected Area.

To avoid disappointment, climbers on this meet must, must, must tackle The Slide as well as other classics [the climbing restrictions in place still allow climbing on these routes).

The Barn offers luxury bunkhouse accommodation with the island's cosy pub, the Marisco Tavern. on its doorstep.

A brilliant meet to be experienced at least once in a lifetime!
Grid Ref:
Bristol Channel
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