What You'll Get
Teamwork is most effective in pairs, from the vaudeville acts of Laurel and Hardy to the crime-fighting melodies of Batman and Garfunkel. Reap the benefits of a sidekick with this Groupon.
$65 for Two Entries to The Tribal Challenge (Up to $130 Value)
Held on Saturday, June 9, The Tribal Challenge will begin with the first check in at 9 a.m. at Estabrook Park. Participants are required to work with at least one partner and will have the opportunity to join teams during the registration process. Bicycle and canoe rentals are not included with this Groupon, but two-person canoes can be rented for an additional $20. All participants will receive an event T-shirt and, upon completion of the challenge, a goody bag and complimentary beer. Click here to see the challenge's full route.
The Tribal Challenge's rates vary based on the size of teams, military personnel, or if participants are raising money for charity.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must register by 6/2/12. Must sign waiver. Extra $20 fee for canoe rental. Two people who registered must be same people to use Groupon. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Tribal Challenge
Equal parts running, pedaling, and paddling, The Tribal Challenge sends teams of two or more huffing and puffing across a 15-mile gauntlet rife with mental and physical challenges. Designed to replicate the tribulations of pre-industrial tribesmen, the route intersects three 5-mile legs with hunting and gathering missions. The fibers of endurance and camaraderie stretch to their limits as partners demonstrate specific survival skills that were essential before humans could simply buy meat from a butcher or trade dusty VHS tapes with monkeys in exchange for fruit. After completing the course, tribes can bask in the euphoria of accomplishment at a post-challenge powwow, where complimentary beers squelch thirst and live music from the Fire Water Festival helps cast a celebratory tone across the finish line.