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    Physically Strong 12 or 6 Hour Adventure Race

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    Date:
    March 17, 2018
    Time:
    08:00 - 17:00
    Event Category:
    Website:
    http://mississippivalleybsa.org/Activities%20and%20Events/AdventureRace

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    Race Length #1
    12
    Race Length #2
    6
    Difficulty
    Easy (Beginner-friendly), Intermediate
    Disciplines
    Bike, Kayak/Canoe/Paddle, Run/Trek, Ropes, Obstacles/Challenges
    USARA?
    Yes

    Venue

    Saukenauk Scout Reservation
    Mendon, IL United States + Google Map

    March 17, 2018 @ 08:00 - 17:00

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    The Physically Strong Challenge will feature 2 and 4 person teams with co-ed divisions available. Co-ed teams must have at least one female competing. The 12 hour course is a regional qualifying race and includes canoeing, mountain biking, climbing, zip lines, orienteering, and special Scout Challenges! The 6 hour course offers most of the same activities on a shorter course.

    Date: Saturday March 17, 2018
    Location: Saukeanuk Scout Reservation
    2948 E 1000th St
    Mendon, IL 62351
    12 Hour Race: A regional qualifying race and includes canoeing, mountain biking, climbing, zip lines, orienteering, and special Scout Challenges!
    $135/Person or $50/Youth or Scout
    Save $10 by registering by 2/28/18
    6 Hour Race: This course will be a shorter route than the 12 hour race and include most of the same activities.
    $85.00/Person or $25/Youth or Scout
    Save $10 by registering by 2/28/18
    Register Today: Register your team today by clicking HERE !
    Documents: 2018 Gear List (Coming Soon)
    Race Printable Registration Form (Coming Soon)
    Map to Saukenauk Scout Reservation
    More Info:  J. David Gilbert , Staff Advisor 314-805-0168

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    Organized by: Mississippi Valley BSA

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