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Kid Mudder

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West Bragg Recreation Area Kananaskis Country

June 17, 2017 - June 17, 2017

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ARE YOU READY FOR AN ADVENTURE?

An obstacle course designed specifically for adventure-seeking kids. The course gives kids the chance to work as a team, get muddy, and experience the thrill of adventure.

Location: Bragg Creek, Easter Seals Camp Horizon

Registration: $30 (Child), $10 (Adults & Spectators)

What: A kid's event with different distances for each age category

Why: Get active, be healthy, have fun, support a great cause

How: Sign up and show up!

About Kid Mudder: The approximately 500 meter course (depending on age kids will do multiple laps) includes 6 smaller obstacles including walls, tires, tunnels, balance beams,half pipe and a kid’s mud pit.

  • Monkey Swing- Imagination takes hold in this kid-designed jungle themed obstacle. Swing from bar to bar, as if you were in the canopies of the Amazon!
  • Tunnel of Terror -Brave the dark and muddy tunnel as you shimmy and slide through to the other side.
  • Secret Agent Squeeze - Feel like your very own super spy as you slip through the cracks of this ‘laser’ maze.

 

What Kids Get

  • Event T-shirt
  • Amazing obstacles
  • Finishers ribbon
  • Snacks

Awards:

  • Top Fundraiser
  • Top Fundraising team
  • 1st place (age group)
  • 2nd Place (age group)
  • 3rd Place (age group)
  • Team Spirit (girls)/ (boys)
  • Best costume (girls)/ (boys)





Silent Auction & Raffles!!

Volunteers:  We are currently recruiting volunteers to help out with this event. If you are interested, please kdrrAd%60rudsrd%60mr/%60c/b%60

KID MUDDER POSTER



For more information:

Events Manager
Address:
Phone: 403-235-5662 ext. 211
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