Unleash your inner Viking with this opportunity to sling an axe in a safe, yet exhilarating environment!
The history of axe throwing dates all the way back to the medieval 7th century and has since become a popular outdoor activity for the modern day human; there’s even a proper league in Canada! Similar to darts, but packing a bigger punch and demand for technique, rhythm and coordination, the goal is to hit the wood target with any consistency from a distance of three to four metres. It might sound tough, but you don’t need to be a big, brawny lumberjack to ace a shot. The key is not in the force you use, but the control and trajectory you choose. A fantastic activity for you and a companion or as a gift for a pair of adventurers, you’re sure to laugh your way through and learn new skills along the way!
You will experience the best axe throwing in Yorkshire on professional, picturesque ranges, with a choice of locations in either Leeds or Harrogate.
Your session will begin with a full safety briefing from axe-pert instructor, who will advise you the best hacks, tips and tricks to sling your way to victory! During your session, you will both be shown how to fully handle and throw the axes at targets and will play a variety of games to keep the healthy competition and excitement flowing. You will also be using Tomahawk axes, which are authentic, yet perfect for beginners and are serviced on a regular basis meaning there are no excuses for not whacking that centre target. The finale will really put your new skills to the test, so make sure you sling like a true Viking!
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*(Beaver skin accessories are not included).
This experience will last approximately 1 hour. This experience is for two people, there may be other people there on the day. Unfortunately this experience is not suitable for spectators.
The minimum age is 12 years old. This experience is available on selected dates, throughout the year, subject to availability.
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