Axe Throwing

Axe Throwing

What is Axe Throwing

The modern sport of axe throwing involves a competitor throwing an axe at a target, attempting to hit the bullseye as near as possible. Axe throwing has historically been an event in lumberjack competitions but now is seen as a regular past time across the world 

While axe throwing has been a part of woodsman and timbersports for some time, the resurgent popularity of axe throwing leagues and clubs has been tied to the 2006 formation of the Backyard Axe Throwing League, now leagues and competitions are global 

The sport of axe throwing is taking the world by storm, like with all our activities, we promise we will show you an experience you won’t forget!

At Sup2summit safety is always our number 1 priority, so for this activity, we have maximum group size of 8. This allows us to keep safety a priority but also eliminates long waiting periods between throws.

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We aim to give you an experience that will leave you feeling invigorated from the natural world around you but smiling from ear to ear from laughter and newly learned skills! 

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I've done a couple of activities with Sup2Summit now and every time it's been amazing. Took my daughter on the rock climbing experience as a Xmas present. Then we did paddle boarding out of Catterline and also montrose basin both times we had great fun. And most recently we hired equipment from them to use on our own.

Each time the service has been excellent and every time someone asks about SUP experiences I can't recommend Jim at Sup2Summit highly enough

Deeg01

Had a morning rock climbing and have the say how fantastic it was. After no climbing experience I was set and ready to go very quickly, with great instruction from James I felt confident in what I was doing.
Heartily recommend for anyone and I’ll definitely be having another go.

Mark G

Have to say James @SUP2SUMMIT is great, laid back attitude, friendly, approachable, great communicator, quality of the gear fantastic, difficulty level: med – low (all about balance), fun: HIGH, this is well worth the try and well worth repeat visits, even as a first time event its perfect, and I can imagine as an accomplished group still an awesome experience.

Allan M

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