Stag Weekends in Wales and exhilarating activities go hand in hand like Charlie Sheen and cigarettes.
White water rafting weekends in Wales are a top stag activity option, all your specialised equipment is included so all you need to do is turn up and tune in.
Other popular adrenalin fuelled activities include gorge walking or canyoning, basically jumping into deep pools from 60 foot ledges and walking under waterfalls and traversing sheer rock faces it’s such great activity, stags come back year after year.
For a more chilled out water experience you can canoe down the river Wye starting in Wales and ending up in Beautiful Herefordshire on the welsh borders.
Water ever you go for on your stag do in Wales be sure to pack your sun cream as in the summer months a suntan is guaranteed even on cloudy days.
Stag dos in North Wales and South Wales are becoming walkers, however, we are not talking about rambling, luckily, we are talking about Gorge scrambling, canyoning or better known as Gorge Walking.
This is not for the faint hearted, you need buoyancy aids, helmets, rope and balls of steel as you jump into deep pools, walk behind waterfalls and traverse across sheer rock faces.
Gorge Walking is becoming a very popular stag activity and is very similar to Coasteering in Newquay, which is also a very popular activity to do on your stag weekend.
“Canyoning (another name for Gorge Walking / Scrambling) is a unique and fantastic activity to do on your stag do, it keeps the boys together all day, giving them danger, excitement and a bit of team bonding to boot”, a spokesman from leading stag do organisers DesignaVenture advised me.
Why have a stag do in North Wales when you have Barcelona, Prague and Bournemouth all within easy reach?
Well first of all it may not have the weather but boy does it have the stag do activities.
The White Water Rafting sites are by far the busiest within the UK, and you can expect White Water all year round.
The quad biking sites take in fantastic scenery and give you some of the most exciting treks you will ever experience, with one climbing a mountain to views of seven Counties!
Gorge Scrambling also known as Canyoning is what an outdoor activity should be; exciting, hair raising, group bonding and all with stunning views.
On the North Wales / Shropshire borders you have Clay Pigeon Shooting, Hovercrafting, Karting, Paintball and archery to name but a few.
One thing I haven’t mentioned is that feeling of getting away from it all, one of the major North Wales stag selling points.