There's arguably nothing more fun to do on your hen afternoon than tossing wellies and battling the girls in a tug of war! Bring on the Highland Games activity, our homage to this world famous Scottish sporting tradition, where you and the girls can get involved in a number of fantastic challenges including tossing the caber, hurling the wellies and the Farmer Dash! There's a great range of fun, physical challenges on offer which are all based around the legendary games. You and the girls will have the chance to indulge in some friendly hen competition whilst embarking on this hilarious, muddy adventure!
Whether you stick to tradition and get involved in Edinburgh or Glasgow or work on your Tyre Flipping in coastal Blackpool, you're guaranteed a great afternoon that all the girls will love, plus, our team of skilled instructors will be there to talk you through it from start to finish and give a brief background to every element of the day. So, what are you waiting for? Let the games begin...
Fantastic hen weekend. The activities were all phenomenal. I would definitely book with GoHen if i had another hen party to organise. Very professional service!Siobhan Obodai, Cambridge - 25/07/2014
You and your group will arrive at the venue and be given all the necessary safety briefing and equipment, before a quick introduction to all the games you'll be trying out as a part of this activity. Once everyone's ready to go, let battle commence! You'll all get pretty muddy during this totally physical activity, so we'd recommend bringing along some spare clothes to change into and perhaps a towel.
what's included: All equipment for the games is included, as well as instructors and safety marshals to keep an eye on you and the girls
duration: The Highland Games usually run for around half a day.
equipment: Everything you need is provided.
clothing: Wear comfortable clothes as the event can get quite physical.
availability: This activity is available 7 days a week.
seasonal: No, available all year round.
group size: Eight ladies or so are required to make this activity a reality.