Mud on the Mountain offers athletes a chance to get down and dirty atop the beautiful Laurel Highlands. The seven mile mud run course winds its way up, down and through some of the most challenging terrain in Pennsylvania. This event will take place on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
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!
After pushing your body to its limits, you will need to celebrate your accomplishments and unwind. Stick around after the event for the Recovery Party at the Foggy Goggle! Trade battle stories with your comrades, show off your battle wounds and enjoy the cold beverages, grab a bite to eat from selections from our special Mud on the Mountain menu and enjoy the live entertainment!
All racers will receive a wicking shirt and medal when they finsih. The top five Mud on the Mountain participants in the Elite Heat will receive a prize.
We have parking for thousands of cars on the mountain. Help the environment, and help ease the congestion on the mountain, by riding with a friend. If you are staying with us on the mountain you will have reserved parking near the hotel.
No need to worry about where to stash your dry clothes or your camera while you are slogging though the course. We will keep your stuff nice and dry in our bag check area. Bag check is in the Timberstone Room, located near the Ski Lodge, and opens at 7 a.m.
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Must be 13+ years of age
*Registration for Mud on the Mountain closes on Thursday, May 4, 2017.
Saturday, May 13, 2017