|10th September 2022|
Royal Highland Centre
Royal Highland Centre Ingliston, Edinburgh West EH28 8NB
|£19.99 Young Adults / £10 Child / £19.99 Adults|
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The Pretty Muddy Edinburgh course is a single-lap flat route utilising the paths and grass on the west fields of the Royal Highland Centre. The main event site is on grass so may be slightly muddy underfoot depending on recent weather.
There are a mixture of obstacles along the way including inflatables, climbing, crawling and mud!
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