5 mud run obstacles that make you go “Ooooh!”

When it comes to mud runs, don’t settle for railroad ties and a bunch of tires. Look for mud runs with big, awesome obstacles like the ones below. They’ll test your athleticism and your sense of humor.

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  1. Just sit yo’self down and slide, my slippery friend. You’ll achieve maximum velocity as you go feet-first into the drink, making a splashy entrance.
  1. What goes up must come down. There are no recess monitors out on the course telling you not to jump off the swings. Jump and make a show of it.
Swing Set

Obstacle: Swing Set, MuckFest MS

  1. Everyone loves a zip line. This one zips you on a slight incline and stops short, launching you forward into a graceful or not-so-graceful water entry.
  1. They’re big. There are 9 of them. And they’re swinging from a crane and may bump you into the mud. You’ve been warned.
Big Balls

Obstacle: Big Balls, MuckFest MS

  1. Before you jump, remind everyone, “Yeah, I do my own stunts!”
Crash Landing

Obstacle: Crash Landing, MuckFest MS

Take a spin through the MuckFest® MS course and see all the big and bodacious obstacles.

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MuckFest MS is the FUN mud run with the best obstacles. Fired-up and fun-loving teams of friends, family and co-workers run on a well-designed 5K course, featuring super-sized obstacles and mud from start to finish. No special training or equipment is required. This event is built for laughs, but we’re also on a serious mission toward a world free of multiple sclerosis (MS). 100% of fundraising dollars go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

After getting dirty on the course, participants shower off and meet up with guests to celebrate in the MuckFestival area. It’s a party with beer, soda, food, games, and a mucky toast or two. There’s even a muddy, pint-sized play lot called Lil’ Muckers that’s just for kids.

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