Mud on the Mountain
Across more than seven miles of body-breaking terrain you will traverse ponds, scale boulder fields, climb your way over obstacles and claw your way up impossible inclines, all on your way to a triumphant finish! After working to destroy your body, stick around for the Recovery Party in the Foggy Goggle, pamper yourself in the Trillium Spa and dine in one of the resort’s amazing restaurants or give sporting clays a shot for a little extra excitement!
Individual Registration Deadline & Fees
- Now - Jan. 16
- Jan. 17 - March 14
- March 15 - May 8
Timed Heat Registration Deadline & Fees
- Now - Jan. 16
- Jan. 17 - March 14
- March 15 - May 8
- You have to be at least 18 years of age to participate
- Event Registration closes Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 8 a.m., or when all spots are filled.
- We suggest early registration.
- There will be NO on-site event registration the day of the event!
- There are heats that go out every 15 minutes beginning at 8 a.m. Sign up for the 8a.m. heat and get the fresh mud and be one of the first people to cross the finish line!
- There are 300 people in each heat
- A limited number of time slots are available. Be sure to register early to ensure your spot.
- When you register you pick the time you wish to run. People have asked about being in the same heat with their friends. We recommend registering early and together.
- There are no prizes, just bragging rights and camaraderie with the runners in your heat.
- Each participant receives a wicking shirt, medal and drink ticket for the Foggy Goggle After Party.
- Complimentary spectator shuttles will be available from the Skier's Circle near the Ski Lodge to Tahoe Lodge.
Packet Pickup will be in the SKI LODGE on Friday, May 8 from 5-9 p.m. and Saturday, May 9 beginning at 6 a.m.
FOGGY GOGGLE RECOVERY PARTY
Celebrate your accomplishment at the Foggy Goggle Recovery Party with your fellow Mud on the Mountain runners. Grab a drink or a bite to eat and talk about your favorite moments of the day and hit the dance floor as our DJ plays your favorite tunes!
RACE DAY BAG CHECK
Bag check is in the Timberstone Room, located near the Ski Lodge and is available from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Check out the obstacles runners encountered during Mud on the Mountain 2019! We are working on some new and exciting obstacles for 2020!
Download the 2019 Mud on the Mountain Map by clicking on the image above.
- 1. The Snake - Right off the bat, your legs will be warmed up on this up down trot up Wagner Slope
- 2. Log Jam - Running over a bunch of logs sounds easy but this jaunt is uphill.
- 3. Needle in a Haystack - Tunnel through the pile of hay so you can learn what it feels like to be a needle lost in a haystack.
- 4. Mystery Obstacle - ???
- 5. Pick Yourself Up - Imagine yourself climbing a giant set of steps lucky for you there are only three!
- 6. Giant Hurdles – Get a good jump to make it over these giant obstacles made from oak trees.
- 7. Treadmark - Get muddy or get treadmarked...your call.
- 8. Lug Nut - You might need a tire iron to get through this one.
- 9. Trout Line – A pond that has been filled with melting snow and 2 flimsy ropes, can there be a better obstacle? Current water temperature slightly above freezing.
- 10. Bicep Burner - Holding your weight in your arms, make it from one end of a set of parallel bars to the other.
- 11. Tired Yet - A wall that is a conglomeration of tires and wood.
- 12. Human Frogger - Don’t fall in the bog, frog! This obstacle will test your hopping skills and separate the bullfrogs from the tadpoles!
- 13. Boulder Dash – Here are your giant boulders. Be careful traversing this granite obstacle.
- 14. Bone Chiller - Try your best to make it through this teeth chattering obstacle without turning blue!
- 15. Slice of Pizza - NEW Picture climbing up and down the Leaning Tower of Pisa, But this obstacle actually looks like pizza.
- 16. Teeter – Welcome back to the playground except this time you can run up and down the teeter totter.
- 17. Are You Allergic to Hay? - New Bailing hay is one thing and throwing it is another but this obstacle involves a pyramid
- 18. Speed Bump – A big giant wall of tires. Are you tired yet? You are at mile 5.5 so you have a little less than 2.5 miles left.
- 19. 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.
- 20. Mystery Obstacle - ???
- 21. Granite Scamper - This obstacle is no walk in the park. It was created when the glaciers created the Laurel Highlands. You will travel through a bed of granite that is hundreds of yards long.
- 22. Pole Land – “Over and Under”. Are you tired yet?
- 23. 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.
- 24. Mountain Mud Pit – Have you ever felt dirty?...Well you will be after this muddy chasm.
- 25. Toe The Line- Your chance to earn a 10 as you cross the balance beam...but only if you make it across without falling in the mud pit!
- 26. Clint's Hurdles with a Twist - 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 obstacle is even higher and mightier this year!
- 27. Cork Screw – Finally running downhill, but you are not done yet.
- 28. Valley Mud Pit – Have you ever felt dirty?...Well you will be after this muddy chasm.
- 29. Water Cooler - A new twist on an old premise. Carry the water up the hill dump it in the new and improved slip and slide and enjoy your ride down that big padded sheet of plastic.
- 30. Roller Derby – You did it, get over these rollers and get your medal you are a champion today.
- 31. Fireman Fred – Who doesn't want to get hit with water from a fire hose?