Feel like a true lumberjack at Bad Axe Throwing in Denver. Perfect for team building or as a stress relief, this Denver business treats axe throwing like bowling. Guests pay by hour to throw axes at a target. You don’t have to be a true mountain man to throw an axe either. There are coaches at Bad Axe Throwing that will teach you how to throw and hit the bullseye. You don’t have to wear flannel to enjoy an experience at Bad Axe Throwing in Denver.


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Bad Axe Throwing

Bad Axe Throwing is a Canadian-based chain founded by CEO Mario Zelaya. Apparently in Canada, axe throwing is a backyard pastime, a pastime that Zelaya wanted to bring to the public. The first Bad Axe Throwing location opened in 2014 in Burlington, Ontario. Now however, Bad Axe Throwing has various locations in both Canada and the United States. The Denver location opened in 2017.

Due to Zelaya’s ambition, Denverites can now enjoy axe throwing. Axe throwing has both group rates and walk-in rates. You can book a private event here too. Kids are even allowed to join in on the axe-throwing fun as long as a parent or guardian is present. Bad Axe provides all the training and equipment required for your session. No need to bring your own axe!

If you just so happen to fall in love with axe throwing after a visit to Bad Axe Throwing, Bad Axe also runs a league. The league at Bad Axe Throwing runs for eight weeks and will end in a Championship Tournament.

If you’re looking for a unique experience in the Mile High City, Bad Axe Throwing is a great option. Axe throwing is so much fun that Bad Axe has grown into a go-to place perfect for corporate groups, date nights or family-fun night. Show off your mountain man skills in the big city by visiting Bad Axe Throwing in Denver.

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