Tees Barrage 10k Race 2016

Halloween 5k Night Trail a Fantastic Turnout

What a fantastic turnout at the Halloween 5k Night Trail seeing over 200 runners on the start line. An amazing show of fancy dress costumes lined the White water course as they headed off into the unknown woodland. Blood sucking, flesh eating Zombies were dying to greet them as they came deep into their territory. Screams could be heard as they headed straight into a cloud of smoke being chased down by a man wielding a chainsaw!

Thankfully no one was caught to fulfil the Zombies blood curdling thirst managing to get back to the Beefeater Talpore in one piece!

We hope you enjoyed the event and welcome any comments/feedback.

Gary Read - Halloween Costume Winner 2015The Winner of the best costume selected by the Manager of the Talpore was Gary Read of Quakers Running club. It was a very difficult choice with so many amazing outfits.

Special Thanks:
We want to say a special thank you to all the Marshal’s, the ‘Zombies’ and the chainsaw man Doug Howes who did a fantastic job in scaring you all to death, Kay Stokes and Nicola Howes who did a terrific job in registration (it was manic)! The First Aid Team and the Photographer Matthew Wright. Massive thank you to the Talpore for fantastic facilities (hope you took advantage of the bar). The Candy Cones were supplied by Pop Larkins in Billingham, thank you Claire. Big thank you to Herbalife for bringing across the CR7 hope you took full advantage of the pre race drink. They are definitely worth a try, will be popping one in my drinks bottle for my next run!

If you enjoyed this event why not join us for the next night trail on 25th November, more details and entry here.

Look forward to seeing you at our next event.


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Watch daring runners brave a scary Halloween night race

Running group Muddy Roads hosted a spooky 5k run at the Tees Barrage White Water Centre last night.

And hundreds of people took part – with most dressing up in creepy costumes.

But they weren’t alone. Zombies, and even a man armed with a chainsaw, lurked in the shadows ready to jump out and scare the runners along the way.

Zombies jumped out on the runners along the way :: Running group Muddy Roads hosted the event

Source: Watch daring runners brave a scary Halloween night race

Do you fancy running a Halloween race set to get pulse’s racing?

Halloween 5k Night Trail Wednesday 28th October 2015

On the night registration 18:00 – 18:45 is upstairs inside the Talpore. Full details here.

Running group Muddy Roads is hosting the event at the Tees Barrage White Water Centre :: Expect surprises along the way

Source: Do you fancy running a Halloween race set to get pulse’s racing?

Scary Halloween Masks


Have some fun making yourself a scary mask for our Halloween 5k Night Trail Race:

  1. Click on a mask and print it out;
  2. Cut around the edge;
  3. Cut some eye holes;
  4. Staple string or rubber band to the sides.

Muddy Roads Trail Race Halloween Jack-o-lantern Mask Muddy Roads Trail Race Halloween Skull in Flames Mask Muddy Roads Trail Race Halloween Zombie Skull Mask

Tip: Print on card or glue to card before cutting out.

Sign up for our Halloween Night Trail Race on Wednesday 28th October 2015 at the Tees Barrage White Water Course and join in the fun.

Halloween 5k Night Trail Race Important Information

Important Information

Please download and read the Halloween Info Sheet, it contains important information to prepare you for the event.

See you all at the Tees Barrage White Water Course on Wednesday 28th October 2015 at 6pm.

Click here for information and how to register.

Halloween 5k Night Trail

Halloween Night Trail RunWednesday 28th October 2015

If you go down to the woods today you’re in for a big surprise!
If you go down to the woods today you’ll never believe your eyes!

The night trail is back but with a difference and is not for the faint hearted, you never know what spooks are down in those woods, or what sounds you may hear behind you…
Keep your eyes open for that chainsaw mad man he just loves runners.

This route is fairly flat with some great views, but once you enter into the woods be afraid be very afraid as you never know who you might bump into!

This race is not for the faint hearted and not recommended if you are pregnant or have any heart conditions.

Why not come in fancy dress for the occasion? Prize given to the best costume.

Halloween 5k Night Trail will be taking place on Wednesday 28th October 2015 at 19:00, registration from 18:00.

Important information

Updated 20th October. Important information; please download and read the Halloween Info Sheet.


Prize for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

Prize for the best costume is a FREE meal for two at the Talpore.

Plus everyone who crosses the finishing line will get a prize (subject to availability).

Required Kit

Head Torches are Mandatory – No Head torch no run!


Free parking, toilets and a bar with plenty of flowing beverages.

Venue and Registration

Starting and finishing at the Tees Barrage White Water Course

Online registration is available here or you can register on the night.

Collect your running number and on the night registration is 18:00 – 18:45 is upstairs inside the Talpore.

Whitewater Way,
TS17 6QB


Age on race day: 15+
£5 if affiliated, £7 if unattached


Tees 5k Night Trail Route

Wynyard 10k Trail Results

The Wynyard Results are in!!!! Well done to everyone who took part hope you enjoyed the event. Big thank you to all the marshals and the first aid team. Great job as always. We hope to see you at our next event.

Wynyard 10k Trail

The Wynyard 10k trail is back!

Taking you round the scenic trails of the beautiful surroundings of Wynyard Woodland Park. This race offers a mix of multi-terrain and plenty of challenges along the way. Officially designated as a Country Park in 1987 and the Boroughs most popular countryside site, the Woodland Park is based around a 3 mile section of the Castle Eden branch railway line, running north from the A177 Sedgefield Road to the A689.

Part of the site known as Thorpe Wood has also been designated a Local Nature Reserve to reflect its value for visitors and wildlife. It has Free car parking and is family friendly with a children’s play area and a planetarium.


Results to follow…

Welcome to Muddy Roads!

Hi guys, welcome to our new Muddy Roads website!

You’ll be able to find all the information on our upcoming and previous trail races, enter into races, view your race times and join our lovely community of likeminded runners.

See you on the mud 🙂