7 Super stag activity ideas

Your stag do is a chance to have a good knees up with the lads before you get hitched to your other half.

However, it can sometimes end up falling flat with the groom tied to a lamppost, having had too many sherberts. Well throw the cheesy rule book out and check out these top 10 ideas to spend your stag do in style

Blindfold Driving Experience
Taking driving to the next level, with one big difference. You can’t see a thing and you have to put your trust in your future brother- in-law who doesn’t like you all that much. Seriously though, this is a real ice-breaker and could turn out to be a real bonding experience as you’re guided round the track through obstacles by your mates who (hopefully) have your back. With you blindfolded and your stags sat in the back directing you, this is bound to create some memories that you won’t soon forget.

It’s A Knockout
This one had to be in the mix for stag do ideas. This is bound to get your mates laughing and involved with the inflatable obstacle course. Like the TV show, you and your mates will compete against each other to muddle your way through obstacles and really get in the it’s a knockout spirit. It’s the perfect chance to let go and really enjoy yourself whilst battling the inflatable courses.

Bubble Football
If you’ve never heard of this, you haven’t lived! You and your stag group will run around wearing giant inflatable balls on your upper half and will take part in all sorts of games. One thing though, you can’t use your hands to help you balance so will have to try even harder to score a goal and defend against the other team! A host will be here to introduce and explain everything and make sure you can get out of your inflatable ball at the end of the game. It’s a lot harder than you think!

Bear Grylls Survival Weekend
This really is the best of the best in terms of stag do appeal. This is probably the toughest, most brutal stag weekend you will ever go on. It takes place over 2 nights and 3 days in the Brecon Beacons, where you will learn rock climbing, shelter building, gorge walking and much more. You’ll live the real survivalist lifestyle like having to build your own sleeping quarters and eating gross delicacies to put Bear Grylls to shame! (maybe we’re exaggerating a little) The last day will find you building a raft to safely get the groom to the wedding completely unharmed to avoid the wrath of the bride!

Pub Crawl Challenge
This is a pub crawl with a difference. You will be sent a unique code to download your very own personalised app. You’ll then split your group into teams and begin your pub crawl where you’ll race each other from pub to pub to answer questions and complete tasks along the way. You can even enter personal questions about the groom to make it more difficult for the stag party! You can also stop off for a well-earned drink at each pub to quench your thirst! The team who get to the finish and complete the tasks the quickest will be crowned the winners!

Outdoor Pursuits
If you’d like a more hardcore outdoor pursuit than bouncing around on an inflatable, check out Parson House who offer great ideas like canoeing, abseiling and even rock scrambling to really beef up your stag do! You need only turn up with the clothes you’re wearing as all the equipment is provided for you. A particularly good idea Parson House offers is caving, where you explore the Peak District’s underground caves and have to squeeze through tight holes and passages in total darkness to navigate your way out to the other side.

Comedy Club Night
Comedy Club nights are always happening somewhere and are a great way to add laughter to your night and really set it off to a good start. It also breaks the ice a bit if you’re not as familiar with your future male in-laws as you’d like to be and helps break down those barriers for an all-round good night out. Plus you can also tell the host of the night you’re getting married for some free ammunition for your stags to slate you with later!

I’m sure you’ll have found something a little different from the ideas above to celebrate your stag do in style and have one last hurrah before you get hitched. Hopefully, some of the ideas above will make sure that you’re laughing in years to come.

 

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