Adventure Uncovered Presents: Destination Wild Swim Featuring The Wild Swimming Brothers
Durdle Door, Dorset | 2-3 September 2017
Adventure Uncovered’s inaugural event takes you to the dramatic World Heritage Jurassic Coast, one of the country's most beautiful, unspoilt areas - Durdle Door - for invigorating, guided ocean swims by the Wild Swimming Brothers, promoters of wild swimming, conservation and reconnecting to the natural world. Join other like-minded adventurers as Britain’s coastal waters reach their warmest temperatures of the year, a one-off opportunity not to be missed!
The aim of the main swim is to swim from the beach out beyond the arch and then loop back round swimming directly through Durdle Door and back onto the beach, with other swims included.
Type: Sea Location - Jurassic Coast, England
Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Distance(s): min 500m -> 1,500m throughout the weekend
Availability: Only 25 places
Experience 3-4 wild swims through and around the crystal clear, tropical-esq waters of iconic arch Durdle Door (formed 140m years ago) and the remote, rugged Man of War Cove, exclusively guided by the Wild Swimming Brothers
Get motivated by the Wild Swimming Brothers and inspired by their stories of wild swimming, adventure, conservation and reconnecting with nature, as they recount their journeys swimming across maelstroms in the Arctic Circle
Discover Britain’s Jurassic Coast and learn about its heritage from those leading its conservation efforts via a guided cliff top walk
Be reinvigorated and reconnected with nature; camping, swimming and enjoying this unique experience with like minded people
Swim in the beautiful clear waters of Britain, when they’re at their warmest (18°C)
Wake up to big skies and clear sea air!
To find out more or to book tickets, follow this link. We'd love to see you there!
Little brother Jack (26) - the youngest of the Hudson brothers - is an author represented by the literary agency Curtis Brown. He writes mostly for Adventure Uncovered, focusing on personal stories that link exploration and conservation. He was also the guest adventure editor at Red Bull UK. 'Swim Wild' is his debut book.