This program includes:
Transfer in/out to activity
Mineral water in reusable bottle
Souvenir and photos
Hygiene kit: sunscreen, gel alcohol and tissue paper
Theoretical module of 2 hours
Lunch or dinner; drinks & toast
“What do I wear?” is a very common question for many new archers. Most ranges and competitions have specific rules about what you can wear, but here are some general guidelines that are always true:
No open-toed shoes, no flip-flops. No high heels, you’ll have to look glamorous somewhere else.
No jewelry, watches, rings, and anything else that might get tangled in, or impede the movement of, the bow and/or arrow. That includes earrings or necklaces, and if there is any facial jewelry that could get in the way of the bowstring as it is drawn to your nocking point (such as a nose piercing or lip piercing), that may need to be removed as well. That’s not an issue for most people, but it’s something to keep in mind.
Long hair needs to be tied up. If it got pulled into the bowstring, that would be very, very bad.
No loose, flowing clothing. This is perhaps the most important issue, and one that many people forget.
• Departure / 10:00 am
• Return / 04:00 pm
• Suitable for: Experienced and inexperienced archers
• Personal Gear: See Recommendations
• Minimum Age: All ages. Please let us know if there are children under 15 years old.