Register now for the third annual 100 Acre Challenge, an obstacle adventure event set in the 100 Acre Wood in Intervale, NH. On September 26, 2015, competitors will run, swim, crawl, and climb as this 5K challenge takes them into the mud, water, over walls, rock piles and through the 100 Acre Wood. It’s all in good fun and for a good cause with net proceeds benefiting the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation.
Individuals and teams of two or four are invited, and for kids 12 and under there is the Mini Acre Challenge. Registration is limited to 250 participants. The Mini Acre Challenge has a limit of 100 and does not require teams. Register online at http://www.100AcreChallenge.org.
Racers will face over 20 challenging obstacles ranging from mud pits to water crossings to steep climbs in the dirt. The Mini Acre Challenge features its own course of obstacles for the kids.
“This is our home-grown event that’s every bit as challenging as the syndicated ones, and it’s fun for everyone. All right here in the 100 Acre Wood!” says A.O. Lucy, Executive Director
This fundraiser is one of many that the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation has created to meet the goals of exercising the body and brains of youngsters with education and engagement of healthy habits. The Literacy Foundation is a Charitable 501(c)(3) Non-Profit guided by the needs and involvement of the communities that it serves.
The 100 Acre Wood property which includes the Foundation office, the Theater in the Wood, and a trail system are located on Observatory Way in Intervale, NH, just two miles north of the Scenic Vista, directly across from Town Hall Road on the west side of Route 16.
For more information call 603-356-9980 or visit 100AcreChallenge.org.