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Kids’ Mud on the Mountain

Kids’ Mud on the Mountain

Kids, it’s your turn to take on Mud on the Mountain and play in the mud without getting in trouble with your parents! The course is based upon the highly-popular grown-up Mud On The Mountain as it shares many of the same obstacles, some scaled down versions of classic obstacles, and some new fun features! Kids’ Mud on the Mountain takes place on Saturday, May 27, 2017, the perfect event to kick off your summer vacation!

About the Run

  • – You have to be 8 – 17 years of age to participate
  • Event Registration has been extended and will close at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, or when all spots are filled. We suggest early registration. There will be NO on-site event registration the day of the event
  • Due to the high volume of last-minute Kids’ Mud on the Mountain registrations, all participants who register after Monday, May 22, will receive their finisher medal by mail after the event.
  • – Packet pick up and bag check will take place starting at 7 a.m. in the Timberstone Room located on the top level of the Skier Services Building. There is no Friday night packet pickup.
  • – The event is split into three heats, which are divided by age
  • – There are no prizes, just bragging rights and camaraderie with the runners in your heat.
  • – Each participant receives a wicking shirt and medal when they finish.

Juniors Ages 8 – 9

  • – 1.15 mile course
  • – 15 obstacles
  • – Starts at 12:30 p.m.
  • – Participants will go part way up the mountain and down ski slopes

Tweens Ages 10 – 12

  • – 1.15 mile course
  • – 15 obstacles
  • – Starts at 11 a.m.
  • – Participants will go part way up the mountain and down ski slopes

Kids Mud Map Ages 8-12

Map and obstacle list is subject to change.

  • 1. Time to Step Up – Climb over these large steps.
  • 2. Hay Hay Hay! – Hay bales are in your way, make your way over them, Hay, Hay, Hay!
  • 3. Mud Pit at Tyrol Pass – Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  • 4. Clints’s Mini Hurdles – Named after our favorite skipper. Just remember what Clint always says, ”Every pitch is a game within a game. Don’t take a pitch off.”
  • 5. Picasso Pass – Wind your way through the corkscrew path and you’ll come out a little brighter.
  • 6. Water Cooler – Slide down our giant slip and slide.
  • 7. Valley Mud Pit – Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  • 8. Balance Smalance – Try these balance on these obstacles as water hits you.
  • 9. Log Out – The ultimate endurance test when you are the most tired. Carry a log to a designated spot.
  • 10 . Tired Yet – An easy climb over a tire wall.
  • 11. Flat Tires – Work through this tire obstacle with water pouring on you.
  • 12. Reverse Car Wash – Wade through this wall of soap suds as you go through our car wash.
  • 13. Mini Slice of Pizza
  • 14. Fort Pitt Tunnels – Crawl through these tunnels. it may be a little dark and wet inside.
  • 15. Log Jam – Make your way over these logs and you are just steps away from the finish line!

Teens Ages 13-17

  • – 3.5 mile course, the equivalent to a 5k
  • – 21 obstacles
  • – Starts at 9 a.m.
  • – This course is designed to take participants up and down the mountain, over the water and through the woods

Kids Mud Map Ages 13-17

Map and obstacle list is subject to change.

  • 1. Snake – A winding leg burner to get you ready for the physical challenge that your mind and body is about to endure
  • 2. Log Jam – Climb over this pyramid of logs.
  • 3. Flat Tires – Work through this tire obstacle with water pouring on you.
  • 4. Are You Allergic to Hay? – Make your way over our large hay bales.
  • 5 . Teeter – Welcome back to the playground except this time you can run up and down the teeter totter.
  • 6. Slice O Pizza – Picture climbing up and down the Leaning Tower of Pisa, But this obstacle actually looks like pizza.
  • 7. Tahoe Trot – Don’t be afraid of the water because it is only thigh deep but it might get cold as you make your way through 70 yards of our version of Lake Tahoe.
  • 8. Speed Bump – An easy climb over a tire wall.
  • 9. Swamp Swaggle – Down in the valley where the green grass grows you will pull or push yourself through this mud pit covered by a fence.
  • 10. Hang Over – Back to the monkey bars on the playground but don’t slip because you will get wet.
  • 11. Granite Scamper – Over the creek through the woods but watch out for the small boulders and rocks. This isn’t a very smooth scamper.
  • 12. Pole Land – “Over and Under”. Are you tired yet?
  • 13. Dunk Dunk Goose -Probably the toughest mental challenge on the course. Going under the barrels in this spring fed lake. When you get out of the water you will feel like Einstein.
  • 14. Mountain Mud Pit – Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  • 15. Clint’s Hurdle – Named after our favorite skipper. Just remember what Clint always says, ”Every pitch is a game within a game. Don’t take a pitch off.” This 8ft obstacle is that pitch within that game.
  • 16. Picasso Pass – Wind your way through the corkscrew path and you’ll come out a little brighter.
  • 17. Water Cooler – Slide down our giant slip and slide.
  • 18. Valley Mud Pit – Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  • 19. Balance Smalance – Try these balance on these obstacles as water hits you.
  • 20. Log Out – The ultimate endurance test when you are the most tired. Carry a log to a designated spot.
  • 21. Tired Yet – An easy climb over a tire wall.
  • 22. Reverse Car Wash – Wade through this wall of soap suds as you go through our car wash.
  • 23. Fort Pitt Tunnels – Crawl through these tunnels. it may be a little dark and wet inside.

Registration Fees & Deadlines

 

 

Mar. 5 – May 24

Juniors – Age 8-9

 

 

$45

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Tweens – Ages 10-12

 

 

$50

SIGN UP

Teens – Age 13-17

 

 

$60

SIGN UP

Due to the high volume of last-minute Kids’ Mud on the Mountain registrations, all participants who register after Monday, May 22, will receive their finisher medal by mail after the event.


Memorial Day Weekend Lodging

Seven Springs Mountain Resort celebrates the unofficial start of summer with festive activities, including Kids’ Mud on the Mountain, two concerts featuring Chris Jamison on Saturday and The Hillbilly Way on Sunday, Zambelli Fireworks and plenty of family fun all weekend long! If you want to stay late and start early, take advantage of our special Memorial Day package. Spend your holiday weekend with the kids at Pennsylvania’s Summer Adventure Headquarters and two children under age 11 stay FREE!

Starting at $301 per person, based on double occupancy

Add an extra night to your stay for only $59 per person

Available Friday, May 26 through Monday, May 29, 2017

Package Includes:

  • – Two nights of lodging
  • – Two All-Day Activity Bracelet per adult
  • – A $5 Bear Trap Fun Zone game card per child
  • – Tickets to Saturday night concert with Chris Jamison
  • – Tickets to Sunday night concert with The Hillbilly Way
  • – Resort-wide entertainment and activities
  • – BBQ Buffet Saturday night
  • – Fireworks Sunday night
  • – Breakfast each morning
  • – Use of the indoor and outdoor pools

For more information or to make your reservations, please call (866) 437-1300.

Check Availability

Hotel rates are per person, based on double occupancy. Two children ages 11 and under stay free with paying adults. Age 11 and under is classified as a child for lodging and package inclusions. The all-day activity bracelet does not include any add-ons for ziplines, paintball or biking. Hours for activities may change without prior notice. Please check the Mountain Courier for current hours. Price is subject to change and availability. Blackout dates may apply. Advanced reservations are required. Package cannot be combined with any additional discounts, coupons offer or contracted rate. Restrictions apply. Hours for activities may change without prior notice.


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