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Scottish Assault Courses (SAC) Edinburgh recently launched its purpose-built, 2 mile long Edinburgh Assault Course on Winton Estate, chock-a-block with entertaining obstacles. There are challenges for all-comers, from children and parents, and stag and hen groups, to company teams, OCR enthusiasts and running clubs: monkey bars, high walls, tunnels and, of course, lots of mud and water!
“We wanted to provide a fun but challenging obstacle course for families, as well as one that would appeal to more experienced obstacle course runners (OCR). There’s a muddy crawl net followed by a ‘car wash’ where runners squeezed through tyres and over rollers,” say Scott Smith and Gus Mcleod co-owners of Scottish Assault Courses Edinburgh.
The assault course is suitable for adults and kids age 8 upwards. It’s popular for birthday parties, hen and stag groups, schools, corporate incentive events, company awaydays and OCR enthusiasts. Winton can cater for hungry appetites by laying on delicious party food, from sandwiches and picnics, to BBQs and hog roasts.
The versatile assault course can even be tailored to you specific party’s needs by adding new challenges on the way around.
Safety comes first, of course: our experienced instructors will introduce you to the course, explaining the safest way to tackle the various obstacles, with the focus on fun and fitness.
Why don’t you and your team sign up for Winton’s second Halloween Night Time 5k Obstacle Course Run on Saturday 2nd of November 2019?
Nearly 100 runners took part in the inaugural Halloween Run last year which was definitely a ghostly success!
There were families with kids age 8 upwards, as well as more experienced runners from running clubs and obstacle course race (OCR) groups. Runners came from Edinburgh and East Lothian as well as further afield.
Last year the music and DJ were provided by Lasertech Disco and Karaoke, and runners devoured one of Winton’s famous BBQs.
“We got some great feedback from the runners on both the route and obstacles. They loved the course with its steep hills and varied obstacles. The water tunnel was a favourite. The terrain on Winton Estate is excellent and vast, with a route through woods, across fields and over water crossings,” Scott and Gus from SAC Edinburgh conclude.
Read more in our blog Spooked by Success of Winton’s First Ever Halloween 5k Obstacle Course.
We’re very grateful to Bulloch.Photography for the photos.