Mud & Chocolate Weekend
If you love running and you love chocolate, these races are for you! The Mud and chocolate series of races are a groups of half marathon and 4.5 mile events that follow well marked tree lined paths.
True to their name the race organizers throw chocolate into the mix whenever possible. Runners can expect to receive a chocolate medal (along with your regular medal) along with a race area filled with tasty finishing treats.
Many of the events happen over two days with the 4.5 mile run on day one and the half marathon on day 2. The event does offer a "chocoholic" option where racers can sign up for both races!
Oh, and don't worry, you shouldn't actually encounter that much mud.
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Mud & Chocolate Run events.
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