Some are here and some are still in the lab

We’re still tough testing, but this is what we can tell you

A Tough Mudder is made up of between 18-20kms of course with between 18-22 obstacle or challenges. All the exact obstacles are still being determined as is the course so please stay tuned as we will be revealing these very soon! However we can tell you that the all your muddy favourite obstacles below will be there and smacking you in the face at every turn.

Kiss of Mud 2.0

Kiss of Mud requires Mudders to transverse a series of elevation changes, all while hugging the mud-coated ground below and avoiding the barbed wire above. Keeping your head down while sliding into deep trenches and crawling over hay bales ain’t as easy as it sounds.

Blockness Monster

The Block Ness Monster is as epic and tricky as Nessie herself. Mudders have to push, pull, and roll their way through 60ft of slick, rotating barriers. With a little help from your friends, you can rock and roll your way through one of Tough Mudder’s newest obstacle taking teamwork to a whole new level.

Everest 2.0

Faster, higher, stronger – that’s not only the Olympic motto but also the motto of Tough Mudder! Everest 2.0 is impressive 20% steeper than his predecessor, and drives quite a few Mudders to desperation. Conquering Everest takes major grit and teamwork. Sprint up this quarter-pipe obstacle and enlist the help of other Mudders℠ to pull you over the beastly summit. Everest is coated in mud and grease, a combo that might send you right back from where you came. Suck it up and keep climbing. The view from the top is worth it.

Arctic Enema

The Tough Mudder Obstacle Innovation Lab is determined to create the biggest, baddest brain freeze on planet Earth. Mudders will now be forced to plunge head-first through a tight, dark tube into the ice-laden water before having to upright themselves and duck back under a barrier to get out the other side. Arctic Enema is now truly the ultimate mind f*ck. Mission accomplished.

Don’t freak out, it expends your natural body heat. Stay calm. Think. And just keep moving forward. Though these won’t make it any easier, having a strategy may help you to get in and out as fast as possible.