Disney’s Expedition Everest Challenge in May


Disney Animal Kingdom run

The Disney Expedition Everest Challenge is one of the annual upcoming events at Walt Disney World. This thrill-packed event gives you a chance to experience the true meaning of “racing heartbeat.” Runners must complete a 5K on a course through the Animal Kingdom.

There are obstacles and challenges, as well as a scavenger hunt. Along with the Wine and Dine Half Marathon and the Tower of Terror Ten Miler, this is one of the most popular Walt Disney World’s nighttime races.

This fun filled event takes place every year. Besides the obvious attraction of a 5K race, there are many other exciting elements that make this nighttime adventure anything but ordinary.

The Expedition Everest Challenge is packed with obstacles, clues, and wild scenery. Event festivities include the Expedition Everest Challenge Family Edition the kids’ race and the post-race party, as well as a pre-race picnic.

The race will take place on May 3rd and 4th, 2013. Your journey starts in the Animal Kingdom theme park. Spectacular fireworks will enlighten the sky to announce the beginning of the race.

The road to victory is laid with obstacles and challenges. The Expedition Everest Challenge is a test of strength and endurance. Participants must be at least nine years of age to join the trek.

Those who enter the race receive lots of great gifts, including post-race refreshments, personalized race bibs, T-shirts, medals, and admission to the post-race party. Most people attend this event for the fun of the challenge. One of the most appealing aspects of this race is the opportunity to ride the Kali River Rapids and Dinoland attractions at night.

The obstacles are pretty simple, so there’s nothing to worry about. You can give up the race if you’re concerned about hurting yourself. If you have what it takes to enter this race, then find a partner and join the trek. The Expedition Everest Challenge is a fun packed event that your whole family will enjoy!


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