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Boomboards, Far and Wild

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St Columb's Park House, 4 Limvady Road, Derry-Londonderry, Londonderry/Derry, Co Londonderry, BT47 6JY
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Far and Wild - not far and wide. We’re right here in the North West of Northern Ireland. But we can take you to another level. 

There’s nothing quite like pulling on the pads, slipping on your helmet and jumping onto your long board (we bring all the gear - you bring all the adventure), for a guided, slow adventure of Derry’s finest sites that’s both immersive and informative. From a short lesson at St. Columb's Park, you’ll ride like a pro (or like a complete novice - either way, it’s all good) on the Hawaiian long boards through the smooth streets and over the gently meandering Peace Bridge to the nearby Walled City Brewery Restaurant. 

Take your pick from the finest craft beers and a delicious gourmet burger, to a freshly roasted coffee and a tasty treat…

If you like surfing, you’ll love boom boarding, invented in Hawaii when there were no waves in the ocean. It’s like riding a wave through the streets (you can even get wet at the Guildhall fountains if you like)… and seriously, no previous experience required!

There are oodles of other giant adventures to choose from with the leading eco-adventure company in the North West of Ireland. We focus on investing time in you, so you can benefit from your time spent in nature.

We like to add new adventure tours each year - In-line Skating, Long Boarding & Stand-Up Paddle Board Yoga have all recently joined our Moonlight Kayaking, Urban Mountain-biking, Wild-swimming & Coasteering & Rock-climbing for women, to name a few.

So embrace that giant spirit of yours, grab a few mates, a board and ride like the epic adventurer inside you commands.

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:From Belfast: Take M2 motorway North/West out of Belfast. Continue via Toome bypass, Dungiven, Drumahoe. The city outskirts are apparent when the large Altnagevlin hospital comes into view. From Dublin: N2 via Slane, Ardee, Monaghan, Aughnacloy. Cross border and continue via Omagh, Sion Mills, Strabane. City comes into view from Strabane road. Cross Craigavon Bridge to access city centre.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest bus stop:Derry City- Foyle StreetNearest train station:Derry City- NIR station

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