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Posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 1:45 pm

The Banzai Physical Challenge is a fun-filled, yet technical obstacle course created specifically for families to test their physical limits and tolerance for getting muddy. Never fear, a rinse off station will be provided.

The event is at Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek Nov. 2-3. Prices escalate as it gets closer to the event. For the month of September the price is $40 for 4 to 6 year olds, $55 for ages 7 to 16. Spectators cost $10.

The muddy heats begin at 9 a.m. and continue every 10 minutes with food, music, a beer tent, and games for everyone to enjoy.

This unique obstacle course is created for children ages 4-17 years old to participate either alone or alongside their parents.

Participants will be running a muddy course snaking 2 miles with 20 obstacles that will have families scaling “Spider Wall,” swinging from a rope on “Rope Swing,” and trying to conquer “Warrior’s Mountain” 1/4 pipe before they slide down to the finish line.

The event will also feature inflatable bounce houses and obstacle courses, family tug-o-war, and a D.J. There will be a beer garden for the adults, and food trucks.

For more information, go to www.Banzaichallenge.com.

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