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If you and the lads are up for some full-on, adrenaline-pumping action on your stag party, gorge walking is the activity for you. If the sound of quad-biking or 4x4 driving sounds too tame because there's a ruddy great machine separating you from the full-on wrath of mother nature, then take away the mechanical comfort blanket and face Mother Nature in hand to hand combat as you scramble and climb over rocks and boulders.
But it won't be as easy as hopping over a few large stones, you and the lads will need to abseil down rocky slopes, jump over obstacles, leap into foaming rock pools and swim in rivers to reach otherwise inaccessible parts of whichever gorge you've chosen to conquer.
Our stag party gorge walking is done in some epic locations and our highly experienced instructors will always be on hand to teach you and the boys how to get about as well as helping you through the brown-trouser moments that this extreme sport can offer like abseiling and cliff jumping.
Ultimately, you'll learn a load of new skills and make some phenomenal memories to take home with you that you'll remember long after the groom has said "I do". It'll really test those 'balls of steel' too, you'll find out which of your mates are fearless adrenaline junkies and who should really have been left in the ball pool of the local children's soft play centre.
Stag party gorge walking is a unique and extreme event that definitely isn't something that the lads in your stag party will have tried before. It's physical, adrenaline-pumping action that is a true adventure worthy of any awesome stag weekend.
Because of the pandemic, there's limited availability for 2022 due to 1000s of events being rescheduled and new events being booked in daily.
Please Note: We work with 1000s of suppliers across the UK & Europe so prices, availability, photos and specifics on our gorge walking activity may vary depending on your preferred location and dates.
Feel free to ask your Destination Specialist at the time of booking if you have any questions about this.