is fun adventure obstacle course racing using the natural outdoor environment for children and adults. Our current venues are West Dunbartonshire, Douglas and South Lanarkshire. Each race location has good travelling links from Glasgow.
Our races consist of a 10k, 5k and 2K courses for family/kids and can be used for family fun, team building, charity fundraisers. Our more serious runners can take on tough challenges in our 10k races.
Come along for a run with the family and have a whole lot of fun!
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Trailtroopers have been delivering Scottish Obstacle Course Races at various venues throughout Scotland since September 2013 and our obstacle courses are a unique mix of great challenging terrain across open grounds and through woodlands.
There are a variety of physical challenges using man-made obstacles whilst focusing on a number of nature’s natural finest obstacles, from rivers and streams runs to mud pits, fallen trees, boggy ground, ditches, waterfalls, hills and dense foliage, making the run more natural creating a challenging run.
Obstacles include Balance beams, water slides, tyre carry, fast feet, tyre flip,see saws and tyre sleigh. The monkey traverse, mud runs, river runs, cone carry, log carry, barb wire and a water dunk. Slippery slopes, stair climbs, tunnel runs, spiders webs and many over and unders.
From car parking, providing refreshments, registration and marshalling the race, volunteers are much needed to ensure the smooth running of our events.
As we support both local and national charities you are helping the community as well as participating in a fun, challenging and rewarding day.
Volunteers will also gain valuable work experience.
To be considered for a volunteer place please Contact us.
What our runners think!
"Had an absolute ball today, first time ever doing anything like this and will definitely be doing it again."
"Excellent event today, it was the business!"
"Great race pushed well outside my comfort zone what a challenge. Would recommend it!"
"My kids ran the 1 mile and they had a ball today. They can't wait for the next one."