Try Axe Throwing to set free your inner warrior. Outdoor axe throwing is a fantastic experience on our huge woodland throwing range, in Manchester. You'll not be sharing targets like you would in most indoor venues.
This medieval sport will guarantee satisfaction, it's bags of fun and a great stress reliever.
Our experienced axe throwing instructors will coach you in various throwing techniques, whilst keeping your safety paramount. This experience is suitable for complete beginners as well as the more experienced axe throwers, as your instructor will be with you throughout the session to provide guidance and top tips to help you improve and perfect your technique.
Upgrade your session to include a range of Novelty Axes for £2pp, including a Double Headed Axe and Mini Axes.
A fun safety briefing and demo from your friendly and knowledgeable axe throwing instructor
Plenty of Norse Hawk throwing axes and large wooden targets
As well as one to one instruction you'll be able to learn from each other's mistakes
With ongoing guidance from your skilled instructor, you'll learn the best axe throwing technique for you in a friendly, but still competitive way until everyone is sticking axes
Fun, games and competitions that give everyone a chance to win
In our normal Axe Throwing sessions, you'll be using our standard Norse Hawk Axes.
With the Novelty Axe Upgrade, you'll get to try out our giant Double Headed Axe as well as a collection of Mini Axes.
The upgrade costs £2pp and adds an extra exciting element to the session.
"Axe throwing was great fun, they taught us five different throws and included fun games"
Our Axe Throwing sessions take place in our 300-acre woodland near Worsley Village, Eccles, Manchester, just a few miles from the Trafford Centre. See our directions for more details.
Worried about safety? Don’t be!
Our Axe Throwing Instructors will teach you how to hold the axe, throw it safely and find the technique that works for you. Then you're off, to work on accuracy and winning games.
Open-toed sandals and flip flops are not a great idea!