Tough Mudder Yorkshire
Broughton Hall, Skipton, North YorkshireBroughton Hall, Skipton BD23 3AE
Sat 31st July 2021 - Sun 01st August 2021
Performance finisher t-shirt
Water on course
Broughton Hall, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 3AE
General Parking – £15 online or £30 onsite
Disabled Parking is available both days. Ensure handicapped pass is visible.
Please arrive 45 minutes before your assigned start time to ensure you check in, drop your bag, and get to the Warm Up Zone 20 minutes before your start time. START TIMES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to high demand, some participants will have been assigned a different start time than requested. Please do not contact us directly as we will not be able to accommodate changes.
WHAT TO BRING:
1. A VALID PHOTO ID*
Don’t forget it in your car.
2. ACTIVE.COM PARTICIPANT TICKET*
Print it or have it ready on your phone. Registration confirmation is sent from INFO@MAIL.TOUGHMUDDER.COM or you can login to Active.com to access your ticket.
3. CARD OR CASH
For bag drop, food, and (more) beer.
*Items 1 and 2 are necessary to enter event.
WHAT TO WEAR
At all events, we suggest wearing normal running shoes – spikes and cleats are strictly prohibited. Dress in comfortable clothing (or a costume that will make you more stylish on course) and bring dry clothing to change into once you’re done.
If it’s cold, gloves are recommended. If it’s hot, sunscreen is a necessity. No matter what the weather is, make sure to come hydrated and take advantage of water stations on course.
If you don’t plan on traveling home muddy, you’ll probably want to bring a change of clothes. Stop by the bag drop tent to store your belongings while you’re on course. £3 online and onsite – Card or Cash.
Spectator Pass - £10
LIDL MUDDER – KIDS 5-12 YEARS OLD
Designed for fun and based on teamwork and adventure, Lidl Mudder is a 1-mile course jam-packed full of obstacles to give kids the chance to work as a team and get a little muddy.
How To Get There
By road: Broughton Hall Estate is on the A59 approximately 3 miles West of Skipton. The A59 is a major road which runs from Merseyside to York, connecting with several motorways.
By rail: Skipton railway station gives access to destinations such as Leeds, which is a mainline station, Bradford, Carlisle, Lancaster and Morecambe.
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