Courtesy of Big White Ski Resort

Kelowna’s bravest tackle Mudd, Sweat and Tears at Big White Ski Resort

Yesterday the tough took on an obstacle course

Mudd, Sweat & Tears Kelowna 2018 hit Big White Ski Resort yesterday morning where 319 racers charged through a 8 kilometer obstacle course.

Related: Practice is over, the main events for Big White’s new Slopestyle event is today

Racers climbed over a net, crawled through mud underneath barbed wire, swam through a pond and climbed up a steep wooden feature and down the other side among others.

Related: Big weekend for Big White’s Liv Willoughby

Next weekend Big White is hosting the annual L’Alpe de Grand Blanc road bike ride from Kelowna to Big White. This fully-supported 60 kilometer ride is an incredible challenge for any cyclist. There is also a shorter 9.8kilometer hill climb for juniors and youth starting at the Gem Lake parking lot.

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