What is The Reaper?

The course aims to provide a challenge for experienced and novice mud-runners alike, taking you to the edge of endurance with serious cross-country terrain, demanding obstacles and yes, plenty of mud. This is obstacle running at its very best.

The challenge presented to you by the Reaper changes with every run. The Reaper course is never designed and built the same way twice. This ensures the challenge remains fresh and there will always be that element of uncertainty – can you beat the Reaper… again?

You should expect the course to be around 10km, with at least 40 obstacles, which will challenge you physically and sometimes mentally.

The Reaper is the only mud-run to offer both day and night events on the same date, meaning you can beat the Reaper twice – once in the cold light of day, and once on his terms – in the dead of night. Once you’ve completed the day run and are covered in mud, why not stick around and take on the Reaper again – twice the challenge, double the reward!

And just in case you were wondering, The Reaper was and will always be the original Night Time OCR.

The Reaper has several devilishly-good photographers stationed at points around the course, capturing your mud-covered image to prove to your friends that you took on the Reaper and survived. Use it as a challenge for them to do the same next time. All event photographs are available for free download from the Reaper FaceBook page.

Independent Review, The Obstacle Man

An awesome obstacle course race organised and put together by a great team. With challenging and innovative obstacles, a great event for OCR novices and experts alike……..

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Independent Review, Obstacle Race Magazine

Reaper has innovation in abundance. Each obstacle is tested time and time again and all of them are sturdy wooden structures that they’ve designed and built themselves………

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Runner Review, SR on Facebook

Think it’s fair to say that The Reaper, Reaped!! Brilliant mix of natural and manmade obstacles. Wonderfully encouraging and supportive marshals! I love Reaper so much more for the fact that you’ve embraced that forest area and made it feel like Trail meets OCR in places.