More about Stag Do luge...
While tobogganing might be see as a hugely dangerous winter sport, if you really want to ramp up the risk factor, remove the toboggan and add a luge instead (which for the uninitiated appears to be a fancy tea tray!?!).
"Scream if you want to go faster." Scream if you want to stop, in fact screaming is something even the hardiest of blokes will work to fight back as you're hurtling down the 400m track at approximately "Aaaaaaarrrgghhhhh!" miles an hour!
Take your place in a single seater luge and start sliding down an extended 400m track (it's a cross between an iced-up fairground ride and a frozen waterslide... except faster. And a lot more dangerous). Once seated and kitted up, you'll head down the exhilarating track sitting up before embarking down the luge face up and feet first. Steering will be done by flexing the sled's runners with your calves or putting shoulder pressure on each side of the seat and in doing so, it's possible to reach some pretty extreme speeds! In fact even without doing so you're still going to hit the kind of warp factor you thought was only possible on Star Trek.
Of the three Olympic sliding sports (luge, bobsleigh and skeleton), luge is the fastest and most dangerous so you can be sure that you and the lads are in for an adrenaline pumping treat! The Guinness World Record is held by an athlete who reached an incredible 95.69 mph in the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
The challenge has been set, so get the lads over to one of our great luge venues and see who'll be crowned king of the slopes!