Axe Throwing – Our Story
PNW AXE Throwing Company grew out of an idea to bring the great sport of axe throwing to our home, the Pacific Northwest. We were inspired after throwing axes at a few venues in Canada and wanted to share this opportunity with others. Axe throwing is easier than you think and a fun way to bond with friends, family, co-workers, etc.
Axe Throwing FAQs
What is Axe Throwing?
Axe throwing involves throwing an axe towards a target in hopes of sticking the target or better yet, a bullseye!
What ages are allowed?
You must be 16 years of age of older and have a legal guardian accompany you if you are under 18.
What is the best attire for axe throwing?
Comfortable clothes that enable you to easily throw an axe is advised. Closed toed shoes are required.
What kind of wood is used for the targets?
Douglas Fir & Pine are some of our favorite log rounds to use.
What are the dimensions of the trailer unit?
The trailer is approximately 18×10 feet. When fully set up, the total length is 24 feet which includes stairs and the trailer tounge.
Does the rental come with food and drink?
No, the rental does not provide food or drink options.
PNW Axe has full liability insurance. We can add your business to our policy at your request and will always supply a copy of the certificate of liability insurance.
Click here to view/download a copy of our waiver.
Throwing lanes in the mobile Seattle axe throwing trailer are to be used by patrons and participants of scheduled events. Before throwing an axe, all participants must read the safety and best practices rules and sign the PNW AXE Throwing Company waiver.
All participants must wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Footwear should have good traction for stability. Closed toed shoes are mandatory, no sandals.
All PNW AXE Throwing Company functions and private events are run under the supervision of an Event Leader. Seattle axe throwing is only permitted when an Event Leader is present and actively supervising a throwing lane.
No person impaired by alcohol or drugs will be allowed to axe throw. Participation in PNW AXE Throwing Company events is subject to the Event Leader’s discretion. Staff may ask anyone to stop participating in Seattle axe throwing at any time.
PNW AXE Throwing Company will be armed with a first aid kit in the case of minor injuries. All Event Leaders will be certified in First Aid.
Axes will not be overly sharp to the touch. An axe doesn’t need to be super sharp to stay in a target.
Participants must wait until both axe throwers throw their axes before retrieving their throws. After both axes are thrown, participants are permitted to cross the throwing line to retrieve their axe.