The world's most testing adventure race lands in Glendalough this weekend
There won't be a calorie left in Wicklow by the end of this weekend.
The world's biggest adventure race series sets up shop in Glendalough on April 23 and it's definitely not for the faint of heart.
Six weeks after a massively successful race in Killarney, Glendalough is the latest location for the epic endurance test that can take as long as 6 hours to complete.
The Glendalough leg of the race has been sold out for some time but spectators are encouraged to show up for the spectacle that is divided into three routes depending on your personal fitness levels - Mini 19km, Sport 41km and the Expert 57km.
If you're thinking about getting involved in something like this, why not pop along to see what it entails and sign up for one of the two future Quest Adventure Races scheduled for later on this year.
One will take place in Achill on September 3rd and, if you missed out on last month's Killarney leg, fear not as a return to beautiful Killarney is on the schedule for October 1st.
For more information on the race series, visit www.QuestGlendalough.com.