The Zombie Run returns to the Jungle! #thejunglefrightnight2015

Brave souls across the country are preparing to lace up their running shoes and take part in the country’s most fiendish 5k obstacle trail in aid of Autism NI.   

Hosted by The Jungle Outdoor Adventure Centre in Moneymore, the charity zombie run will take place on Sunday 11th October and will challenge participants to complete a daring 5k obstacle trail while being chased by blood thirsty zombies.

Each mortal will start the race with three lives and will be given the task of completing the zombie infested obstacle course with all lives intact. Participants will have to dodge, duck ,dive and climb their way through mud traps, past paint balling zombies and across two new lake obstacles to get to the finish line.

Ahead of the charity event, The Jungle’s hungry zombies will be invading towns across Northern Ireland on the following dates to recruit willing participants for the terrifically twisted run:

Sat 12th – Bangor & Lisburn
Sun 13th – Carrick & Antrim
Sat 19th – Derry & Maghera
Sun 20th – Larne & Ballymena
Sat 26th – Belfast & Magherafelt
Sun 27th – Dungannon & Cookstown

Owner of The Jungle Adventure Centre, Robert Carmichael explained: “This is the third year we will have hosted the legendary Zombie Run which seems to increase in popularity each year. Runners have to face hills, mud, obstacles, water…and of course zombies! It’s the perfect event to kick start our programme of Halloween events which includes our renowned Fright Night throughout October.”

“This year, we want the Zombie Run to be bigger and scarier than ever so we’re sending our zombies out onto the streets of Northern Ireland every weekend in September to recruit ‘fresh blood.’ Those who spot the Jungle zombies are being encouraged to snap a selfie using the hashtag #thejunglefrightnight2015 and post it to the Jungle’s Facebook page for a chance to win access all areas tickets to The Jungle’s Fright Night.”

Registration for the event is now open via and costs £25 per person, in aid of Autism NI.


Post Author: Belfast Times

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