Tough Mudder returns to Yorkshire this summer with new obstacles course

One of the UK’s best known assault course races Tough Mudder is back for 2023 and promises a new ‘tougher course and new obstacles.

Taking place on Saturday 29 July and Sunday 30 July at Broughton Hall in Skipton, Tough Mudder is one for the whole family.

Tough Mudder is designed to challenge participants of all ages and abilities, including a one-mile Lidl Mudder event geared towards children. 

For the grown-ups, there are three lengths of obstacle course to choose from – a 5km with 13 obstacles, a 10km with 20 obstacles and a 15km event with 30 obstacles. Plus there’s an additional Infinity event that’s all about endurance. 

Iconic Tough Mudder obstacles include Everest, where runners pull each other up a greased 13′ quarterpipe; Arctic Enema, where you’re plunged into icy water; and the Mudderhorn, a huge net to climb up and over. 

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With up to 10,000 people on every course, it’s an absolute haven for fitness enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies alike. 

Whichever course you choose, you’re guaranteed two things – a lot of mud, and a lot of fun.

There’ll be events right across the UK this summer, including one that promises to be Europe’s Toughest Mudder in June.

Tough Mudder will even take a trip across the pond to the USA, where there’ll be the World’s Toughest Mudder event at the True Grit Ranch in Texas. 

You can see the full event calendar and get your place booked at

Full Tough Mudder 2023 events

6 and 7 May – Culden Faw, London 

3 and 4 June – Drumlanrig Castle, Scotland

24 and 25 June – Belvoir Castle, Midlands

15 and 16 July – Heaton Park, Manchester

29 and 30 July – Broughton Hall, Yorkshire

15 August – Badminton Estate, South West

9 and 10 September – Cholmondeley Castle, North West

23 and 24 September – Holmbush Estate, South

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