One Bell of a Start
Participants will begin the course by running out to the North Pier and
scale a wall equipped with a small ledge and protruding pegs to ring a bell,
signaling that they have completed their first obstacle.
This one has special meaning, as our students helped design the look of the obstacle! We've gotta give them a hand -- it looks pretty good, right?
Hit The Deck
to get down and dirty. Stay low, and try to crawl as fast as you can to make it
out of the fabricated barbed wire jungle.
Friday, July 15, 2016
This obstacle was built by the Army National Guard will make you feel like you’re in basic training! Participants climb up one side of the trusses and head back down the other side. Doing one is just too easy so to complete this obstacle you have to go over three!
Thought the Beast was an easy sand run? It sounds easy, until you have to do it through the Phragmites--the muddiest, muckiest part of the park. I wouldn’t recommend wearing your new shoes for the day of the event.
Friday, July 8, 2016
Unfortunately we can’t incorporate a skiing slalom due to the weather so this obstacle is the next best thing! Participants will have to weave between sticks with large truck tires in a zig-zag pattern. You’ll go to the end of the obstacles and then come back to return the tire before being able to move on. Different size tires will be provided.
Double Duty Pipe Roll
Participants will have to get down and dirty as they crawl through a 20 ft. black industrial pipes. Four rows will be set up but you’ll only have to crawl through one. That was easy right? Not so fast. Once you get out of the pipe you’ll have to run around and hurdle over the four pipes to complete the obstacle.