Lincoln, NH (May 21) – Loon Mountain Resort is excited to announce it will host the 4th Annual Monster Mud Run on July 12, giving adventure-seekers a race that will be more challenging – and muddier – than ever before.
Video from 2013, courtesy of Loon:
More Mud, More Fun
Returning for its fourth year, this fiendishly filthy 5k will test competitors with more than 20 mucky obstacles and some of the muddiest, most rugged terrain in the White Mountains. Along the way, racers will drag snowmaking hoses through the mud, crawl beneath barbed wire, and test themselves in new and exciting ways.
The designers of this year’s race have spent considerable time crafting new challenges and tweaking favorite obstacles from past races. Along the 5k course, competitors will negotiate obstacles with names like Snowmaking Boot Camp, Sadistic Slalom, Plunge of Paul Bunyan, and Bear Claw Forest. This year’s race will also feature a free Mini Monsters race for kids, with pint-sized obstacles for children under 14.
Following the race, competitors will enjoy a relaxing summer afternoon with live music, lawn games, and barbecue. An awards ceremony will also follow the race, with prizes going to top individuals and teams.
To register for the 4th Annual Monster Mud Run, watch the video teaser, and to get more detailed race information, please visit LoonMtn.com/MonsterMudRun.
About Loon Mountain – Loon Mountain is New England’s most-accessible mountain resort destination, offering plenty of exciting year-round activities, including scenic gondola rides, summit glacial caves, Aerial Forest Adventure Park, ziplines, rock wall climbing, and more. Located in New Hampshire’s White Mountains just two hours north of Boston and three miles from Exit 32 off Interstate 93, Loon is consistently rated one of the most accessible mountain resorts in the East by readers of SKI Magazine.
Loon Mountain is operated by Boyne Resorts, the largest family-owned four-season resort company in North America, and is located in the White Mountain National Forest, operating in partnership with the USDA-Forest Service. For more information about Loon Mountain, visit LoonMtn.com, like Loon on Facebook at facebook.com/loonmtn, or follow @loonmtn on Twitter.