You know what they say about people who know more than they tell?
This squirrel obstacle courses have got it all: lots of twists and turns, some challenging jumps and some pretty tough sledding.
But the kids are really good at it, too.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the Salt Lake City area, where the Utah Crash Course Kids is based.
For this year’s challenge, there will be a $10 million prize in addition to $5 million in cash prizes.
The winning kids will get a ride on the “Big One” at the Salt River Project, the state’s largest amusement park, and the chance to be part of the first ever Utah crash course in the United States.
Utah Crateworks, which has a $1.6 billion budget and is the largest in the country, has been around for over 60 years and has more than 7,000 courses around the state.
The Cratworks’ courses are designed to simulate real-life traffic and traffic congestion.
The team at Utah Craseworks has been working with local children for years.
One of the courses at the Utah site is called the “Salt River Project,” and the kids in the project are learning to jump and jump and go through turns and curves.
“We’re trying to create the perfect game,” said Kevin Bales, one of the course’s principals.
“We’ve got the challenge where you’re stuck on a rope and you’re jumping on the rope and trying to keep up with it.
You’re trying not to fall.”
Bales said the kids at the CratWorks have an incredible level of skills and dedication.
“They’ve been doing it for years,” he said.
“They have this innate ability to go out and perform.
They’re not just kids.
They’ve been in the trenches, they’ve gone to the local police department, they’re out on patrol and they’ve done it.”
The Crat works at the “Crash Course Heroes” in Utah.
The kids can compete in a number of different categories and can win $5,000 in cash and $10.00 in prizes.
They also get to play in a new area of the park.
(Photo: Courtesy Utah Crasher)Utah Crasher, which is the national leader in obstacle courses, is a program that has been running for nearly 25 years.
The program was launched in 1994 and has grown into a $5.6 million, 3,500-acre facility.
The Utah Crater is located in the small town of Salt Lake, and Bales said he was always amazed to see how the kids who come to Utah Craser perform.
“You could go to a park in the middle of nowhere and they’d perform like they’re in a circus,” he recalled.
“I’m really impressed.”
In addition to the Utah area, Utah Crasure has been a major hit in other states, such as Texas, Florida and Ohio.
The organization has courses in Ohio, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and has locations in Texas and Wisconsin.
In 2015, the Utah project won a $500,000 award from the National Jumping Association, which was announced in March.
“That’s a huge deal, because it shows us how many kids are jumping out of Utah,” Bales noted.
“I don’t think anyone can say they’ve never seen kids perform in a Utah Crate,” Bale said.
Utah is home to a variety of different types of trails, including one that can be accessed only through the Utah Mud.
The Utah Crature is a unique event, Bales added.
It takes place on a single day of the year, so the kids have to plan their routes.
Utah has some of the most difficult terrain in the U.S. Bales has done several Utah Crates and found that the terrain was not easy.
The Salt Lake Crashers can use their jumps and jumpsuits to help them navigate the terrain.
Utah Crasher has made several Utah Crash courses, including the Salt Creek Valley, which features twists and gradients.
It has an average of 3,000 jumps per course.
Bales has a lot of fun with the kids, too, and he loves how their reactions to obstacles have improved over the years.
“There are a lot more kids jumping in there now,” he laughed.
“And they are doing a lot better than they were in the past.
The problem is, they are so focused on the jumps, the jumpsuits and all that.
And the rest of the kids aren’t.
It’s like, I’m gonna be the bad guy and I’ll just go out there and do my own thing.”