Following the great success of our 2016 run, were upping the game with more obstacles, a new extreme course layout and even more mud for 2017!
With a new 3k family fun run for 10 years and over you’ll find lots of mud, challenging low obstacles and cheers from friends and family as you cross the line together.
A complete revamp of the course has been planned for the run in our second year and were really excited about the lay out utilising even more of the vast Slaley Hall estate pushing your limits to the max! And if you were too young to compete in our main runs last year, fear not as we’ve also dropped the age limit for the 5 and 10k courses from 18 to 16 years for 2017.
With a new 3k family fun run for 10 years and over you’ll find lots of mud, challenging low obstacles for the little ones and cheers from friends and family as you cross the line together.
2017 is set to be bigger and better with more mud, water and obstacles making it even more challenging and with the 3k fun run you can bring along the whole family to take part and enjoy the day.
EARLY BIRD DEALS UNTIL 31st May 2017
10% DISCOUNT FOR TEAMS OF 10 OR MORE!
Call our team for more details: 01434 676980
Watch highlights from the 2016 Mud Run
Here’s all you need to know about the day. Including what you need to bring along with you in order to make your run as safe and as fun as possible.
10 years + for the 3k fun run (must have a responsible adult running with under 16) 16 years + for the 5 and 10k run
Please make sure that you are fit and physically able to compete. If you suffer from any of the following, we strongly suggest you do not participate:
The weather in Northumberland can be extremely changeable at this time of year so be prepared! Suitable running shoes or sturdy boots will be fine for your feet. Shorts, t shirt, sweat shirt or waterproof jacket will be fine for your top half although you will be given a full warm up session before you head out and you don’t want to be getting too hot on the run.
You’ll need to bring your signed disclaimer along with you to hand in at our registration desk which will be signposted upon arrival.
Water, a snack, perhaps a warm drink or soup to help warm up after the run, although we will be selling teas, coffees and a selection of drinks and warm food on the day.
You’ll also need a change of clothes including footwear to change into after the run along with a towel to dry off after you get cleaned up.
There’s ample onsite parking, just follow the signs but why not fill a car and have some great banter whilst en route deciding on team tactics or who’s going to get the fastest lap time!
Parking is on site and will cost £5.00 per car
You should arrive at least 40 minutes before your allocated start time. Upon arrival you should head straight to the registration desk where you will need to hand in your signed disclaimer then one of our team members will hand you your race number and electronic timing device. You will be shown how to correctly fit your timing device at registration.
Once you’re looking the part and electronically tagged you’ll need to head over to Race control where our team will run through some safety points, do’s and don’ts and get you warmed up and stretched out for the challenge ahead of you.
Please leave all valuables and bags in the boot of your car and hand in your keys at the registration desk where we will match your keys up with your race number and keep in a safe place until you return.
There will be plenty of places for people to spectate. Spectator areas are marked on the run map so why not bring along the family for some great photo opportunities.
Disclaimers must be read, fully understood, signed and handed in at the registration desk before you can participate.
Please also refer to the “Eligibility” section if you are unsure if you are fit to enter.
After your safety brief you’ll be given the chance to warm up and stretch out any tight muscles you have before the start of the race.
A full safety brief will be explained to you by our team after you have registered. This will include details of any hazards to watch out for and safe practice for the run. There will also be trained first aid staff present throughout the day along with paramedics on site just in case of anything more serious than a bump or scrape. And just remember. None of the obstacles are compulsory.
The run will start from the Allout Adventures log cabin in the bottom car park at Slaley Hall.
Each run will head off in waves of up to 30 people every 20 minutes.
To save you taking selfies around the course, we will have a group of professional photographers on site all day. Photographs will be uploaded onto our web site and available to purchase shortly after the event.
Refreshments such as bottled water, energy drinks and snacks will be available at the start/finish area, there shall also be a snack van selling hot food. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial to replenish all of your lost energy you have Slaley Hall hotel which is on site, The Anchor Inn, The Manor House Inn, The Rose and Crown and the Manor Inn. All within a 5 minute drive.
After the total elation of completing the Allout Extreme X and you’ve crossed the finish line you must remember to swipe your timing device to record your time! You’ll then need to head over to the finish desk to hand in your timing device, grab a drink and more importantly your finish medal that you’ve worked so hard for!
We have basic washing facilities and basic male and female changing areas so don’t forget your towel and clean clothes. There are also toilets on site.
Telephone: 01434 676980
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