TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Runners looking for an extra challenge are invited to join the Quick Quack 5k this summer.

The event is put on to benefit Catholic Charities in Terre Haute and will be held at Griffin Bike Park this year. The new location will allow for exciting additions to the run which will take place on what’s being called an ‘Adventure Course.’ Runners will traverse obstacles like floating bridges and ramps as they scramble through rugged trails to compete to finish first.

An alternate route will also be made available for those unable or unwilling to race over the extra obstacles. However, strollers, bikes, and dogs will not be permitted to join the event. Runners must be 11+ to run alone, if under that age they must register and run with an adult.

There is a $30 registration fee for individuals, Families (groups of 4+ racers) can register for $100.

Participants will receive:
– A Quick Quack race tee*
– A custom race bib number
– Disposable timing chip
– Giant rubber duck Overall and Age Group awards
– Post-race refreshments
– Live results

*You must be registered by June 12th to be guaranteed a race t-shirt.

Registration and packet pickup begins at 6:30 a.m. June 18, at Griffin Bike Park, 10700 Bono Road. Those who register by May 15 can use the code EarlyBird to receive a $5 discount on registration, families can use EarlyBirds to get $10 off a family registration. Those wishing to register can do so here.