Chilliwack's Amber Short takes part in last year's Unbridled Mud Trials.

Mucky madness at Mud Trials return

The second annual event takes place at Island 22 in late September, with some new wrinkles.

The second annual Unbridled Mud Trials take place Sept. 27.

Last year’s inaugural event at Island 22 park was a huge success, with participants traversing a five kilometre mud-filled course peppered with 22 obstacles.

New obstacles are being added this year.

A children’s course has been set up, covering two kilometres, with six to eight obstacles mimicking what the adults face.

This course will be open to youths ages 6-11.

All money raised stays in Chilliwack and goes back into the maintenance of the park. Tickets are on sale now and ticket sales end Aug. 31.

Pay online and sign up for your wave of choice at unbridledmudtrials2014.eventbrite.ca.

See general info, see unbridledmudtrials.com

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