Archery, Outdoor Karting, Paintball & Tomahawks - LNOF

Archery, Outdoor Karting, Paintball & Tomahawks – LNOF

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Archery, Outdoor Karting, Paintball & Tomahawks. This quadruple activity will pump every single bit of blood in your body

This award-winning centre hosts a whole load of activities, boasting the largest and most technical karting track in the UK, a realistic World War II paintball scenario and extensive off-road terrains. 

Discover your apache roots with an intense archery and tomahawk session. The instructors will take you through the sport before letting you loose on the stationary target it all gets seriously competitive. Travel all the way back to World War II and take on the action-packed paintball zones, packed-full with sandbag trenches and machine gun nests. It requires nerves of steel and the instructors will set up a variety of strategic games to attempt and conquer. 

Get ready to rally around the 1200 metre circuit, the best in the North East, and take on the Grand Prix session in the Sodi GT4 karts. Complete with a 4 stroke petrol injection engine – this activity will blow you away.

Archery, Outdoor Karting, Paintball & Tomahawks

The Details

  • Outdoor karting on a 1200m floodlit circuit
  • Archery target shooting session
  • Drive 390cc Sodi karts, capable of up to 60mph
  • Grand prix session 15 minutes qualification + 30 minutes race
  • Paintball in WW2 themed outdoor arena, with 400 paintballs per person
  • Tomahawk throwing
  • Includes a burger & drink for lunch
  • Safety instruction & equipment provided
  • Duration: approx. 4 hours

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