Youtuber KSI and the cast of The Traitors were among 14,000 people who took on an obstacle course event near Henley at the weekend.

The muddy fields of Culden Faw hosted the Tough Mudder London West course on May 18 and 19.

The team from series two of the BBC series The Traitors tackled electric shocks and muddy pits and scaled walls to raise funds for Alzheimer's Research UK.

Reading Chronicle: The cast of The Traitors taking on the Tough MudderThe cast of The Traitors taking on the Tough Mudder (Image: Tough Mudder)

Matthew Brooke, managing director of Tough Mudder, said: "This event transcends the ordinary; it's a celebration of resilience, camaraderie, and the spirit that defines the Tough Mudder community."

London West is known to be one of the most demanding events on the Tough Mudder calendar, boasting hills and a technically difficult course.

It offers a range of different courses, from a 20-obstacle, 10-mile route described as "the ultimate test of strength and resilience", to a one mile course designed for younger participants.

There is also Tough Mudder Infinity, which offers lap after lap of obstacles, as well as a 3.5 mile course which consists of 12 obstacles.

Reading Chronicle: The cast of The TraitorsThe cast of The Traitors (Image: Tough Mudder)

The Culden Faw estate sits on the banks of the Thames in beautiful surroundings.

Founded in 2010, Tough Mudder is a leading global sports and active lifestyle brand.

With more than six million participants, the company hosts more than 130 challenges and endurance events annually across 10 countries.