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Top 5 Extreme Stag Do Actvities

Katherine Jackman

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A stag do comes with a lot of requirements. It should be carefully planned so that you get the best out of your time, and most importantly it should be fun. There are all kinds of activities you can do, and these days the stag do is more diverse than ever; you can do whatever you want, however you want.

Extreme outdoor activities have become popular over the years because of the excitement they offer, which means that there are thousands of Best Men trying to cater to the Stag’s desire for thrills by any means necessary. With so many great activities on offer, it can be hard to know where to begin. If you’re planning an extreme stag do, whether it’s a one day thing or a full blown weekend of making merry and doing the things you love with the people you love.

1. Quad Biking

What could be better than riding around a dirt track on quad bikes with your best friends? Quad biking is fast, furious and lots of fun and a great way to kick off your

For stags in the North East, Fury Events offers 2500 acres of stunning Durham countryside for you to explore on a quad biking stag weekend as well as an excellent outdoor multi-activity centre with plenty of other great stag do activities in the North East.

2. Rage Buggies

An exhilarating experience indeed, Rage Buggy racing can be a great way to inject some healthy competition into the celebrations as you’re split between two teams. Try to navigate a series of terrains and mud and the opposing team trying to sabotage you, and do your best to win it. Rage Buggies are powerful and fun to drive, and with the right course you’ll have a great time.

3. White Water Rafting

Not one for the faint of heart, but certainly something you won’t forget! White water rafting pits you against the elements in the best possible way, and there’s nothing more thrilling than successfully keeping yourself afloat when careening over rocks. It’s even better when you have your buddies with you.

4. Paintballing

While getting pelted in the stomach with a ball of paint is kind of painful, paintballing is still incredibly enjoyable. There’s something about running wild in the woods with your friends, childishly trying to take each other out with balls of brightly coloured pain that’s impossible to resist, and it offers enough thrills and adrenaline to keep everyone happy.

5. Surfing

Pick the right place and get lucky with the weather and surfing may be one of the most extreme and exciting things you ever try. It’s notoriously tricky of course, but there’s no reason for the whole stag party to give it a try and see if you can catch some waves.

This is only beginning to scratch the surface of all the stag do ideas in the UK , but there are also plenty of stag do companies out there waiting to help you make the best of your weekend celebrating. For stag do ideas in the North East , check out Fury Events for their list of activities, prices and packages.


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