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Try an Assault Course in the heart of the National Forest

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Try an Assault Course in the heart of the National Forest

Challenge yourself to complete an assault course in the heart of the National Forest. Our assault course is great for training, general fitness and stamina and has been designed to test physical endurance and co-ordination but in a fun and exciting way.  Train alone with the pay and train option or bring friends and family along for a thrilling race off. 

All ages and capabilities are catered for from 8 to 80 years. The assault course is great if you want to train for OCR, Tough Guy or Tough Mudder events or just for a routine workout in beautiful outdoor surroundings.  It includes two parallel lanes with 17 varied obstacles, and you are welcome to finish off with a run. 

Suitable for beginners

From Boutique B&Bs to Top Notch Glamping, there's plenty of great accomodation nearby in the National Forest. Stay - National Forest

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  • ACHIEVEMENT
  • FITNESS LEVEL - Moderate to Vigorous
  • HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE? - From 60 Minutes
  • PRICE RANGE - £5 Per Hour
  • SUITABLE FOR GROUPS

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Melbourne Road, Newbold, Coleorton, Leicestershire, LE67 8JH

Tel: 01283 763 350

Opening Times

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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      • Clothing/Equipment - Wear equipment suitable for outdoor activity that allows for movement.
      • Restrictions - The course is open 10-3 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and 9-5 on Saturdays.

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