Tough Mudder Returns To Yorkshire For An Exhilarating Challenge

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Tough Mudder, the world’s most famous obstacle course, lands back in Broughton Hall, Skipton, on the 29-30th July 2023 as they prepare to welcome all to take on the iconic challenge.

With up to 10,000 participants descending to the mesmerising foothills of Yorkshire, the event, which has become a staple in these parts, will be bringing a variety of distances from 5K to infinity loops of the 15K course. As participants gear up for the muddy weekend, they’ll be faced with upgraded obstacles only furthering the need for extreme teamwork and determination. One thing that’s for certain is you can expect a sensational weekend, some BIG obstacles and a LOT of mud. 

The fan favourite course is located within easy travel distance of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool and will have event waves across Saturday and Sunday, making it a real family affair for all.

Event Details & Distances

Tough Mudder 5K

The muddy course is stacked with 13 insane obstacles and thick mud over a 5k distance, this will definitely be unlike any other short distance run.

Tough Mudder 10K

 Level up to 20 world-famous obstacles if you’re feeling confident, just be aware that the 10K Mudder has seen the rise and fall of many entrants.

 Tough Mudder 15K

Not for the faint-hearted, this obstacle course exhibits 30 incredible obstacles across a gruelling 15K distance, you will need to depend on your fellow participant if you want to even get close to earning a finisher’s headband.

Tough  Mudder Infinity

The multiple lap infinity course to many is  all but a dream, however with an exclusive 50K club already forming, the competitiveness amongst our fellow Mudders is always to encourage just ‘one more lap’. Set a target and see what your endurance levels can achieve in the challenge of a lifetime.

 1 Mile Lidl Mudder Adventure

With many obstacles included, the one-mile muddy obstacle course is the perfect event for children who seem to have unlimited energy, the adventure encourages children to get muddy and perfect their teamwork.

Matthew Brooke, Managing Director of Tough Mudder said:

“We’re so excited to welcome people back to our stunning Yorkshire course. It’s one of our biggest events of the year with an amazing atmosphere so we look forward to seeing everyone donning their finishers headband at the end.”

Tough Mudder welcomes people of all ages, sizes and fitness levels with open arms to come out and try their best across the weekend. Whether participants are returning for the challenge or newly attending, it’s set to be a weekend full of adventure, laughter and mud.

For more information and to register, visit;

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