Choose 2 daytime stag activities from the following list:-Extra Details
.22 Assault Rifle Shooting
Now guys, we don’t want to hear ‘But, I just touched it and it went off in my hand’ or ‘Oh, I thought I had to keep both eyes open’! Includes 30 Shots
Clay Pigeon Shooting - 18 Clays
Who has the eye of the tiger and who has the eye of a spud? Try your chances at this competitive sport. Shooting 18 clays per person from various traps so keep your eye on the clays and not on the gun!
The pace is fast and furious as you pitch yourself against wild terrain. You will be given preliminary briefing before setting off. You can really see what the bikes are capable of, there are fast parts on the trail, but there are also some very tricky bits so you will need your wits about you. Enjoy the ride of your stag do life.
Rage Buggies - Mid February to End of October
As mentioned on Top Gear, these race karts with 600cc v-twin Honda powered engines, are fast, fun and very safe, in fact they are the mutts nuts of race karting! Get caked in mud as you rip along a challenging off road dirt track in a low to the ground rough terrain kart. Fly around hairpin bends and speed through chicanes.
Try out a range of bows and arrows on a variety of targets. With instruction and state-of-the-art bows we give first timers a real chance of hitting the apple above the stags head - only joking!
Axe or Knife Throwing
Axe or knife throwing have we gone mad? No this is definitely a unique experience for that competitive stag do looking for something a little different. Hurling a Tomahawk or a knife through the air and hopefully sticking it into a variety of targets, what could be more satisfying?
Ideal for back seat drivers! Your skill will be tested as you take it in turns driving blindfolded around what appears to be an oh so simple course, navigated by your friends who cannot use the instructions left or right. Frustrating but hilarious stag do fun!
A competition to end all competitions, Crossbow shooting is an amazing amount of fun and will give your stag do the ultimate experience. Crossbows are like Archery however, with Crossbow Shooting you have a trigger giving your bolt a more powerful release and with a shot speed of around 250 feet per second.
Human Table Football - March to End of September
You have played table football in the pub, now imagine the same thing super size and with you as a player! You must hold the bar and can only move side ways, your moves need to be coordinated with your team mates.
Wrapped in a giant bubble it's the only game of football where fouling is encouraged. Run at each other at full pelt and bump and bounce your way around the football pitch. If there's time finish with a game of bulldogs, last man standing, sumo wrestling or human bowling.
Make your opponent the Bull's-Eye as you strut around the battle zone like Robin Hood pumped up on steroids, take everyone out in the last man standing game or be the hero as your team takes on another team assault.
Attack steep mud banks in these 6 wheel all terrain vehicles with no steering wheel just controlled by handlebar type steering.
Once you have got the hang of them they are great fun. These powerful machines are like mini tanks with minds of their own, they are capable of driving virtually anywhere and with you at the helm, that is probably a good thing!!
This assault course is not just about speed and strength, you'll need to be able to climb, roll, balance and cope with surprises on the way. Don't worry it's not up to Marine standards it's more a mixture of fun and physical challenges without a Sergeant Major screaming at you.
Think Mad Max meets Whacky Races. You’ll each pull a lever instead of a steering wheel, which power two engines, only fast and furious communication between you will get you moving; yes generally a lot of yelling and dictatorial expletives!
Minimum Group Size: 4 (smaller parties may have the option to join with another group subject to availability)
Duration Approx: 2 hours
Weight Restriction: 18 stone on Rage Buggies
Rage Buggy Season: March to End of October