Mountain Information 2013 Monster Mud Run Course Description and Map
Unlike other mud runs that stretch on for a dozen or more miles, our run is a fast and filthy 5k, over hills, across ski trails, and through rugged terrain that only Loon can provide. You'll tackle plenty of challenging obstacles like the now infamous Horse Barn Hurdles and Snowmaker’s Boot Camp. But this year, you're in for a whole new world of hurt. We’ve invested in bigger & badder features aimed to test your agility, endurance and commitment to filth.
We will be unleashing the new obstacles to the world each month in 3 groups leading up to the 3rd Monster Mud Run on July 13th – we'll post them here, so keep checking back! Sign up now to save on registration and be the first to hear about these new bad-ass obstacles. Remember to stretch those hamstrings.
Dumpster Dive – Channel your inner hobo by diving into a dumpster. What's inside? You'll find out. Yep, you'll definitely find out.
Sadistic Slalom – Ascending rock ledges and weaving through thickets of bushes and brambles on the way up a steep lift line sounds pretty rugged, huh? That's because it is.
Horse Barn Hurdles – A crowd favorite that rewards flexible hamstrings and a complete lack of dignity. Hop over several chest-high horse stalls in quick succession, and hope for the best.
Culvert Crawl – With snow guns blasting overhead, this crawl through the mud is sure to soil your armor – if it's not soiled already.
Lincoln Logs – We'll have you do something crazy with logs. And mud, lots of mud.
Arachnophobia – Run through a giant spider web and try not to freak out. The good news? We couldn't find a giant spider this year.
Wall Puzzle – You'll need all your problem-solving skills to scale this wall, which is pretty skimpy on hand holds, honestly.
Easiest Way Down – In the winter, Snubber is a green-circle trail for beginners. When you run up the same trail in the summer, it will feel like you're summiting Mount Everest. The best part? You get to climb a big rock wall at the top.
Chairlift Challenge – Some jerk left a bunch of chairs lying out on the course. You’ll have to climb over each one. Sorry.
Snowmaking Boot Camp – Snowmakers have the toughest job on the mountain. Walk a quarter-mile in their shoes by lugging heavy snowmaking hose up & down the mountain. Oh, and we’ve thrown in some barbed wire too.
Check back June 13, when we'll release details about more obstacles!