Adventurous Stag Do Ideas

If your groom is a bit of an adrenalin junkie and likes to live on the edge, then below is a rough guide for adventurous stag do activity ideas I am sure he would like to get his teeth into.


Just Jump

First of all Coasteering, this is a wild activity with bells on, jumping into deep water pools obviously on the coast, hence the name. All the specialised equipment such as wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets are included, all you need to bring is an old pair of trainers and balls of steel as the jumps get higher and higher.

Staying with water based stag activities; get yourselves to Wales or Scotland for some Gorge Scrambling action. Also known as Canyoning, this adventurous stag do activity includes walking behind waterfalls, jumping into deep pools, traversing sheer rock faces and in some locations exploring a cave or two. Again all your specialised equipment is included.

White Water Rafting finishes off the water based activity list in style, frothing water and a thrashing river awaits your group’s raft so get your paddles ready and prepare for a dunking. Most of the white water river sites are grade 2 – 4 however; there are some man made sites, which are also popular with the newest in Cardiff Bay.

Abseiling may not be the first activity on the stag do essential list but the one in North Wales is pretty special. SAS style abseiling from 80ft bridges will certainly get the blood pumping and the adventurous hungry stag happy.

Talking of the SAS, try out the mega assault course in Hereford with a high ropes course that will curl your toes, fly down a zip line and walking the Jacobs ladder.

To finish off without a snifter of motorised stag do activities in sight why not try Mountain biking in the Scottish highlands near Edinburgh or in North Wales. Cycle along stunning mountain paths with some high narrow ledges and some great down hill action.

All these adventurous stag do ideas can be done by themselves or in a DesignaVenture bullet-proof stag package, call us for details.

Go Gorge Walking On Your Stag Do

Gorge Walking has a number of names including canyoning, Gorge Scrambling, Cliff jumping, but they all mean a the same thing; a full on fantastic stag do activity.

After being fitted out with wet suits, buoyancy aids and helmets (all included) you will be ready for your briefing by the river bank.

Once you have had a full safety briefing get ready to tackle some fast flowing water, climb some sheer rock faces, walk behind waterfalls and jump into deep pools.

If all of that is not enough for your stag party, there is a jump at the end of your session which will sort out the puppies from the big dogs, no peer pressure though.

So if you are pondering over what to do on your stag do, Gorge Walking is definitely a good place to start.

Gorge Walking is available in North Wales, South Wales (including Bristol) and Scotland.

A good alternative to Gorge Walking is Coasteering in Newquay.

Shockingly, Stag Parties are booking up walking weekends

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.