Axe Throwing FAQ’s

Who can take part?

The minimum age to take part is 12 years old. Anyone taking part under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please remember axe throwing is a physical activity and will require a degree of mobility and strength. Participants with back or neck injuries are excluded from taking part. If you have a injury or disability which you think may affect your training, please inform your instructor.

What is provided

Our undercover 5 lane multi target throwing range can accommodate 10 people per session. Sessions can be combined with archery.

All the equipment needed for axe throwing is included. You may be using our specially designed throwing angels, some really awesome Norse Viking tomahawks and our mighty double bit axe.

All our instructors are all trained to a KATTA (UK Knife, Axe & Tomahawk Throwing Association) standard, to ensure first class safety and the correct throwing methods are taught.

Safety briefing and tuition from our professional KATTA trained instructors

60 minute standard session which can be tailored in both content and duration to suit your event.

On the day

Please remember you will be outdoors so come suitably dressed. Comfortable clothing with no hoods, full length trousers & closed toed shoes. Trainers are ideal and if its cold lots of thin layers work best.

Restrictions

Grey Goose Archery reserve the right to cancel an individual or persons booking without refund if our instructors believe an individual or persons physically unable and unfit to take part in the activity.

Due to the nature of the activity no alcohol or drugs shall be consumed at any of our activities.

How to find us

Our address is Grey Goose Archery, Mill Drove, Blackborough End PE32 1SW. A map to the venue, and further information can be found here.

Contact us to book your session