Adventure runs evoke instinctual ties to humankind’s primate ancestors, such as climbing, running, and drinking mud as a natural milk shake. Channel your inner beast with this Groupon.
$55 for One Entry to Obstacle-Course Race (Up to $110 Value)
Choose between two dates:
- Saturday, May 18, beginning at 9 a.m.
- Sunday, May 19, beginning at 10 a.m.
Each entry includes a bib and bag, race T-shirt, wristband, free beer for of-age racers, and entry to the after-party. The Gladiator Assault Challenge kicks off at Seven Oaks Recreation in Boone, sending participants aged 18 or older through a 5- to 7-mile course littered with obstacles and mud. Teens aged 16–17 may participate with a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Registration must be completed two weeks before the event. See the FAQ page for further information.
Gladiator Assault Challenge
The Gladiator Assault Challenge confronts racers with a 7-mile course surrounded by scenic woodlands, cheering spectators, and 30 intense military training obstacles. Gladiators aged 18 and older go solo or join forces with other competitors to ford the waist-high waters of Mud Mayhem, rope-swing through Jungle Love, and use oversize novelty scissors to break the finish tape. Additional obstacles test physical stamina with 12-foot vertical walls, fallen trees, and cargo nets that act as moats blocking the finish line. After the Slideway ushers racers to a skidding finish, a complimentary beer and raucous after party lend ample time to scrawl "wash me" on opponents' backs.
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“This is a great groupon if you like outdoor races. I can bring myself to pay full price for a race so as long as they keep having a groupon I will keep attending the...”
“This is a great groupon if you like outdoor races. I can bring myself to pay full price for a race so as long as they keep having a groupon I will keep attending the race. Well organized and challenging and good atmosphere.”
“I had an awesome time doing the Galdiator Challenge. They put on a great event and hope next year is even more challenging. Thank you and keep it up.”