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We won’t make any Cool Runnings jokes because, you might not be going somewhere where it snows, but what we will tell you is that there is no better feeling than hurtling down a bobsleigh track at a million miles an hour (a million might be a slight exaggeration!) Still, if you're looking to surprise the stag with something unexpected and put on a stag do with a difference then a bobsleigh session is what you want!
There are plenty of different variations when it comes to bobsleighing so if you’re planning to book this activity for your weekend away then make sure you pay attention to the below location variations as they do vary from location to location and are heavily reliant on weather conditions.
Riga — This activity only runs on weekend and if you want it to be icy then book from November till the middle of March. During the warmer months the bobsleigh ride will be a dry, and on wheels. The bobsleigh track is actually run by the state so please keep in mind that unscheduled training sessions and track maintenance can happen.
Prague —This ride takes place in dry conditions. You’ll get a total of five rides each on a 1km long course and you’ll reach up to speeds of 40 miles per hour! After your activity finished you’ll be given one celebratory beer each. Private transfers and an activity guide are also included.
Budapest — This ride takes place in dry conditions and you’ll each 10 slides each between your group on a 700m long track. Once the event has finished everyone will get a burger and beer each to help settle yourself after your fast ride! For this activity we’ll also provide a guide and private transfer to the event.
Bratislava — This ride takes place in dry conditions. The track is 360m and you can reach speeds of up to 30miles per hour. You’ll get three runs each.
Clothes that allow for hungering into bobsleighs! So no tight jeans you can’t comfortably sit down in. Also comfortable, casual shoes. If you’re doing this activity in Riga during the colder months then make sure you bring the appropriate winter clothing and don’t forget the gloves.