Stag Bob-Sleigh in Nottingham
Bob-Sleigh in Nottingham
OK boys we're encouraging you to send yourselves hurtling down the cresta run. Come on, let's see you picking up speed as you master the twists and turns. Yes, this one is definitely for the thrill seekers on a Nottingham stag party.
- 30 minutes sno-tubing
- 2 toboggan rides
- Choice of pint of beer or glass of wine.
- Full instructions
8 Minimum Guests
Experience 30 Minutes spinning downhill fun on Sno-Tubing and 2 exhilarating rides on the awesome Toboggan Run.
The toboggan run is 500m of Nottingham Bob-Sleigh fun fun fun! One toboggan per person. You control the brake handle, this allows you to ride from the top of the hill, all the way down the run through the series of twists and turns.
Sno-tubes are large inflatable rings which can be spun and linked together to slide down the slopes.
They are safe, fun and always popular with all ages. No prior experience needed. Simply get on and enjoy the ride.
This will then be followed by a Tasty Fondue in the Alpine Lodge and a choice of Drink*
Fondue’s consist of a Cheese Sauce and choice of either Beef or Pork Stock with Steak Strips, Seasoned Wedges, Baguette, Vegetable Accompaniments and Salad Garnish followed by a choice of dessert. *Drink option will be a choice of pint lager/bitter or wine.
Not suitable for the disabled.
Length of activity is dependant on group size.
40 minutes South West from Nottingham City centre.
Car parking facilities.
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