If you are already interested in Outdoor pursuits you will be spoilt for choice by the huge range of sports available on your doorstep. Snowdonia is the adventure capital of the UK with a high concentration of opportunities, from exceptional rock climbing to scrambling and hill walking to an abundance of water sports including, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, sailing and sea kayaking.
Maes Glas, the University's sports and leisure centre, is located at the heart of the main student accommodation site at Ffriddoedd. Facilities include two main sports halls, three well-equipped gyms, a gymnastics hall, a multi-route climbing wall with ascents varying in difficulty. Outdoor facilities include grass pitches for football, rugby and American football, a floodlit synthetic pitch for hockey games and training, a shared athletics track and multi-purpose facilites for tennis, five-a-side football and netball.
In terms of getting involved, there are currently over 50 sports teams and clubs within the Athletic Union. These range from football, rowing and cricket to otcopush, trampolining and wakeboarding, so there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved.
Visit the Students' Union website for a list of all the Sports Clubs at Bangor.