Skeleton FROG Ride

Duration: 3 hour inc. road.
Minimum group size: 4 persons.
Available to do: November – March
Price from: 65 Per Person (Based On 10 Persons)

Included: 1 ride per person, round transfer, guide

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If you’re planning a winter stag do in Latvia, we’ve got an exhilarating activity that’s perfect for those seeking an adrenaline rush. Imagine hurtling down a track headfirst, feeling the power of your blood pumping through your veins, and experiencing the ultimate thrill. This is the ideal adventure for adrenaline junkies, stag weekenders, and lads looking for an unforgettable holiday experience in Riga.

Prepare to reach mind-blowing speeds, if you dare, and put your nerves to the test. We’re talking about skeleton racing, the oldest competitive sled racing sport in the world, and it’s a force to be reckoned with in the world of sports.

Our skeleton track is conveniently located just a 50-minute drive away from Riga’s charming old town. It’s not only a place for daredevils but also a hub for Olympic bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton training sessions, held year-round, as well as international and local competitions.

The track itself stretches for 1200 meters and boasts a heart-pounding 16 curves, allowing you to reach a maximum speed of 125 km/h. Worried about your lack of prior skeleton experience? Don’t be! This adventure is open to everyone, regardless of their previous knowledge.

Our tour package includes hassle-free transfers to and from the activity location, ensuring you have nothing to worry about. You’ll also have the company of a friendly English-speaking guide who will take care of all the details, leaving you free to enjoy the thrill of the ride.

So, if you’re looking for a real adventure and want to keep your group guessing about what’s in store, look no further. Just keep in mind that there’s a weight limit of 115 kg for participants. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to feel the adrenaline jitters as you take on the skeleton track. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you’ll be talking about for years to come.

Don’t need skeleton experience.
Better, if the group doesn’t know what will happens.
The weight of the athlete is limited to 115 kg