Axe Throwing for Teens

The Backyard Axe Throwing League (BATL) is proud to announce the introduction of teen axe throwing tournaments, starting March Break 2016.  Our new programs will be made available exclusively for teens aged 16 – 18 years old to experience the thrill of axe throwing in a safe and casual indoor setting.

At BATL, our mission is to show people the power of being good to each other, using the axe as a tool to build community inspired by our backyard roots, and nothing that excites us more than the idea of introducing the sport of axe throwing to our next generation of league champions.

Teen Axe Throwing

What to Expect:

Our March Break events will last 2.5 – 3h and are hosted by BATL experienced coaches in a private area, where you’ll participate as part of a larger group of up to 35 other teens aged between 16 – 18 years old.

Things begin at 1pm with practice and instruction before starting a group tournament to crown a champion.  You’re welcome to bring in outside food – facilities have  fridges and plenty of counter space to make yourself comfortable.


Event cost is $30.97 per person plus tax in Ontario ($35.00 incl. tax), and $33.33 per person plus tax ($35.00 incl. tax) at our Calgary location.

Pre-payment is required at time of booking to secure your spot, which can be made by cash, debit or credit card by contacting your nearest BATL venue.

How to Register:

Advance registration is required, with sign-up open to individuals and groups of friends.  To register, email, or use our online form indicating ‘Teen Registration’ as the Subject.

Please make sure to include the following information:  (1) BATL location, (2) preferred date – Tuesday March 15, or Thursday March 17, (3) number of people, (4) phone number, (5) email address.

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