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Im looking for feedback for my new venture. World strongest man meets tough mudder meets logger games! If anyone's got any nice ideas for tree themed challenges I'd be keen to hear them!

 

 

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Looks interesting...

 

How about the 'team' lifting a log over an obstacle? eg 2 platforms of increasing height and bring the log up and over - similar to army obstacle carrying an injured soldier. Doesn't have to be very high, as you wouldn't want logs dropping from a great height.

 

Not the same obviously - but perhaps some ideas here:

 

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Looks interesting...

 

How about the 'team' lifting a log over an obstacle? eg 2 platforms of increasing height and bring the log up and over - similar to army obstacle carrying an injured soldier. Doesn't have to be very high, as you wouldn't want logs dropping from a great height.

 

Not the same obviously - but perhaps some ideas here:

 

Sod the log, how about trying to get a rg13 over a half rotten larch lap Pannal covered in roses then carry it across a dog poo laden field

A truck pull unbogging a transit stuck in a wet chip heap

Clear leaves into a oncoming wind with a blower.

Just a normal day really....

 

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Sod the log, how about trying to get a rg13 over a half rotten larch lap Pannal covered in roses then carry it across a dog poo laden field

A truck pull unbogging a transit stuck in a wet chip heap

Clear leaves into a oncoming wind with a blower.

Just a normal day really....

 

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This!!!!

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Sod the log, how about trying to get a rg13 over a half rotten larch lap Pannal covered in roses then carry it across a dog poo laden field

A truck pull unbogging a transit stuck in a wet chip heap

Clear leaves into a oncoming wind with a blower.

Just a normal day really....

 

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This, perhaps with a bit of raking, carrying beech rings through a narrow passage for a few hours. Trying to start a flooded husky, all with the first twinges of tennis elbow👍

 

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